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Gift of Joy

Written by Monica Edwards. Posted in 3D, Anything But a Card

Hi everyone! Just ten more day until Christmas!! Does anyone have anything different planned this year?  We decided to have a huge White Elephant Exchange which includes the kids and some are only 3 years old this should be fun to explain right?!!  Each kid will even have to go to a store and pick out a gift they want to “give” away.

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Today I made a tag using  Some Odd Girl.  She is holding a gift and the sentiment was perfect I thought for tags for the gifts the kids had.  She is an older stamp, but I really love everything about this stamp.  It was just perfect!!

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some odd girl tag scraps2treasure

I stamped her on Xpress-IT paper with Tuxedo Black Memento ink my usual of course.  She is colored with Copic Sketch/Ciao pens.

  • Skin: E000, E00, E11, and R56
  • Hair: YR30, YR31, YR24, YR27
  • Dress: R30, R32, R35, R37, R39

I hope everyone has an amazing holiday season from the MarkerPOP team!


Christmas Tags

Written by Valerie Ward. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Valerie here, and ’tis the season to be BUSY! And that is MY situation completely! Hence, I have a small project for you today, but one that was totally fun to make and easy to do, too. And that project is 2 Christmas tags using Lawn Fawn products!

I die cut the circles using the Stitched Circle Tags die set and paper from the Let’s Polka in the Dark paper pad.  Then die cut X-Press IT Blending Card paper using the circle die from the Stitched Party Banners die set.  

Lawn Fawn, Copics {ValByDesign, 2015}

I masked the stitched border on the circles using Mask It, and then  I stamped the images from Joy to the Woods stamp set with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. The images are colored with Copics.

Lawn Fawn, Copics {ValByDesign, 2015} Lawn Fawn, Copics {ValByDesign, 2015}

I added Lawn Fawn Mistletoe twine, Pretty Pink Posh Cupped 4mm and Cupped 6mm Sparkling Clear sequins, and Zig Wink of Stella Glitter. Then, I was done!

Have a great weekend, and Happy Crafting!

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MarkerPop! Challenge #81: Any Shape BUT Rectangle

Written by Heidi. Posted in 3D, Anything But a Card, Challenges, Eye Candy (Projects)

Hi Crafters!! It’s time for our next Challenge, and the theme is Any Shape BUT Rectangle!

MarkerPOP! Challenge #81: Any Shape BUT a Rectangle!

THE CHALLENGE: Any Shape BUT Rectangle!

Create a project using your Copics or any of the markers that we carry!

You may play along with other challenges, but excessive challenge pile-ons (more than 10) will result in disqualification for our amazing prize. As always, have fun creating!
THE PRIZE this month is the 2 Little Darlings Candibean stamps: Daisy’s Winter Lamp Post, AND Shop ’til You Drop!
 MarkerPOP! Challenge #81 Prize

One entry will be chosen at random to receive our prize. Three additional entries will be chosen for the ‘Top 3′ based on their amazing coloring skills. The prize winner and top three can all proudly post their brag buttons on their blogs for the world to see!

Entries are due by Sunday, November 15, 2015 at noon CST.  Winner will have TWO weeks to claim their prize.

**International winners will be responsible for shipping costs if they choose to claim their prize**


Hello everybody Heidi here with a new Marker POP challenge! This time we are hosting a very exciting challenge, “Any Shape But A Rectangle” how fun is that? I have some inspiration for you using Mama Elephant stamps and dies.

I made this ornament-tags using the adorable “Reindeer games” stamp and die set by Mama Elephant, I used other elements that I’ll list below. Let me show you and I will tell you all about it!

DSC_8242To cut the base of this round tag I used the large of the Lawn Fawn “Stitched Circle Tags” on white cardstock. Then I cut the Snow Capped Mountains by Mama Elephant and I inked the stitched tops. Then I cut a snow border using the Mama Elephant creative cuts “Landscape Trio” to set the little deer. I inked the little snow border a little bit to give it some of dept. 

DSC_8253I stamped and colored all the images using Copic Marker, then I die cut them, using the “Reindeer games” Creative cuts coordinated dies. I set the scenes, and I adhered all the elements using foam adhesive and liquid glue. I also added some details to the deer using a white gel pen.

DSC_8222To finish the tags I die cut a the smallest bow out of red cardstock using a “Dienamics Beautiful Bows” by My Favorite Things,” but you could used any bow you have handy or even ribbon. Then I thread some red and white bakers twine through the tag’s holes. At this point, you can decide, if you want a tag, then stamp the words “to and from” in the back, or you could make an ornament out of it, by inserting the tag in the middle of one of those ornaments that come in two halves, these tags fit perfectly in the 70 mm. ornaments. 

I hope you got inspired to enter this challenge, you’ll have until the Friday November 13th to enter.

Thanks so much for stopping by, have a lovely day!


Water Colored Halloween Tags

Written by Heidi. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects), Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized

Hello everybody, Heidi here, welcome back to the Marker POP blog! This week have been very hectic, with all the back to school, and other end of the summer projects. I’m so not ready for the summer to be over, but we have to start working on our fall and Halloween projects, so today I want to share with you some Halloween tags that I created using the “Bootastic” stamp set by Mama Elephant, some Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers, and Copic Markers. Let me show you the tags, and I will tell you a little bit more about them.

DSC_7799I used Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers to create a water color wash for the background of the tags, and I stamped and color my images using Copic Markers. 

DSC_7801I heat embossed the sentiment on the coordinated color card stock, using white embossing powder, I adhered all the die cut images using foam adhesive, finally I thread some bakers’ twine through the tags.

I didn’t use any specific method to make those backgrounds, I just played with the markers, I added water with a brush and dried with a heat gun, I like using the heat gun, because you can control the water color wash and making it  go where you wanted it to go, however, air dry can add some really cool effects too.

I hope you enjoyed these tags, have a lovely day!


Thanks so much for stopping by, I’ll see you soon with more projects and inspiration!

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