Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Looking for tutorials on Copics??

I just came across a very talented person who does the most beautiful work with Copics! She has these great tutorials, especially these ones where she stamps a flower on a card and cuts around the petals on the edge of the card and then stamps the image on the inside of the card on the other side of the flower. Then she does a beautiful job coloring them in with copics! Her name is Melanie and is a stamp designer/illustrator and Senior Design Team Member for Gina K Designs. You should go over to her blog, Hands, Head and Heart and see the amazing things she does. AND she's doing a giveaway of Copics!!!! The winner will win a brand new box of Copic Ciaos AND you get to choose which Box...A, B, C, or D! That is so amazingly genereous!!!!

Hurry and get over to her giveaway (plus you'll get to see a great blending tutorial), it's only open until Thursday night!

3 comments:

Melanie said...

Thaks Nikki! your comment went through, (4X LOL!) there is a problem with blogger, no worries, you're in!

Sonia Kertznus said...

Hello Nikki, I just came across this info and I wanted to thank you. I have been searching for copics myself on you tube and they also have awesome tutorials. I have a bid on ebay for 72 colors... I hope I win. Now... go to my blog girl, cause I just left an award for you...go pick it up. :)

EMTsweeetie said...

Nikki thanks so much for posting this on your blog! I've been looking for tutorials on copics. My husband bought me a set and the little airspray gun and I'm ashamed to have only used it once! My stamping isn't the best but this is very inspiring! Thanks! Your blog is awesome.

My to do list...

*Become a Project Corner & Spotlight winner on the Cricut™ Chirp Newsletter (or at least a highlighted thread)
*Ongoing Memorial Journal for Morgan
*Scrapbook for my favorite moments at DisneyLand and DisneyWorld (my other obsession, big, big, big Mickey fan!)
*Scrapbook for my trip to Europe
*Scrapbook for the last two years of the kids for my DF's mom and one for his Dad.