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  1. New For 2015!
  2. Foxy Felt Forest!
  3. Coloring Day!
  4. CHA classes and 2015 Copic Locations Announced!
  5. "nuts"
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New For 2015!

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One of the MANY things we did at our Copic Team Meeting was add some new images to our is a small peek of one of the added images to the Intermediate Certification....working with red and linear light! Yay!

Be sure to check out several Copic Certification classes for 2015 that are now on the Copic Website HERE....

Don't forget the workshops! This is an awesome opportunity to stretch your skills and have fun in a class setting as well! HERE is the link for those....

Wishing you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS and looking forward to seeing some of you in the New Year in Anaheim :)

Foxy Felt Forest!

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 Foxy, felt forest....say that quickly!

I always have fun mixing up my paper crafting items with felt and fabrics. Here is a tag made without paper.

The tag is the from the "Pierced Tag STAX" and the tree line is from "Campy Tree Lines".  The adorable fox is from the "Cute Critters" stamp set.

I stamped him with versacraft ink on cotton fabric and colored him up with my copic markers. If you look close you can see how fabric is a little different than paper, the ink wants to bleed and wick quickly!

The glasses and hat are from a Paper Smooches set called "Chubby Chum pals".  Finished off with a little red bead for his nose....

Coloring Day!

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 A stamp from years is so nice to pull out some of my favorites! This is "Santa's Lap" and I don't believe anyone makes it anymore....a discontinued stamp doesn't mean I can't use it!

I stamped him in natural hybrid ink from My Favorite Things. Colored them up with my copic markers....WAY too many to list!
I then airbrushed the background with E43 and E49. 

I used a couple of die cuts to add a little something to the card....first of the "Merry" can you see in the photo to the left how it is inset into the card? The card front is nice and flat. This is the "Christmas Greetings" Die-namics from MFT.

The whole card is cut from the "Mini Album Torn Notebook", the largest size in the stack, from MFT as well.

Below you can see a peek into the inside....once I had cut the "merry" from the front, I just had to use it on the inside.

Make sure you take a peek at all the new classes and copic details! Here was the last newsletter, in case you missed it! See you in Anaheim in January! Yay!

CHA classes and 2015 Copic Locations Announced!

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 Leaves are falling at our house! It looked like it was snowing leaves yesterday....
This is the inspiration behind todays' project. I used the "Out on a Limb" stamp set and Die-namics to create this clean and simple card.

I wanted to show the detail of the leaves on the ground up close....Just a wee bit of W1 and W3 copic markers added to the "grounding" of my tree .
The leaves falling indicate a season of change....what a great segway into my copic post!


There is change coming by the way of NEW classes being offered in 2015! You will have to read THIS newsletter to get a taste of what is is very exciting!

You can now see all the locations we plan to visit for the upcoming year as well! Classes for CHA are now open and there are a whack of em'! You can find the applications for these classes HERE on the copic website.

I have also updated my copic certifications details tab so you can see the dates for the CHA classes. 

Thanks for the visit....hope to see many of you at CHA this year!


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Ever had one of these days? Where you just want to say "nuts"?

I have had a few of those.....

This is an adorable set that I received as a gift! Thanks Cindy :)

This is the "Cute Critters" set from MFT. I just used the acorn and immediately thought of the movie Ice Age as that poor little critter was chasing the nuts all movie!

I stamped the acorns masking them off as I went. I then colored them with my copic markers. E50,53 and 34 for the lower half and then E25,47 and 49 for the upper half. The grounding I did with my E41,43 and 44. The background was airbrushed with BG11.

Just in case you are having a "nuts" day....

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