Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Q's Creative Copic Christmas Card Class

**Update:  Every class except American Fork is now sold out.  So sorry!   I will most likely do another Copic class in the spring.

It's taken almost a year, but I finally put together a Copic class.

Thanks for all your gentle persistance ladies...hopefully it's paid off!

For those of you who know what Copic Markers are (and even own them!), come join me for a fun technique based class.

For those who are wondering what Copic is...please read on below.

I'm teaching a limited amount of classes with a limited class size, so sign-up now before the seats are gone!

Copic Christmas Card Class

Payment for this class is a bit different than normal.  To order the paper card class kit (which includes pre-cut kit and stamped images, practice sheets and all technique tutorials) add the item above.  If you wish any additional kits, use the drop-down arrow to select.  If you'd like me to ship the kit (s) to you, add shipping from the drop-down menu.  Kits will start shipping November 14th.

You will need Copic Markers to create these cards.  If you have your own, bring them (list is below), if not, then you'll need the add-on, which includes 10 Copic Ciao markers, one colorless blender, one clear Spica glitter pen and one black multi-liner all in a zippered pouch.  If you'd like this shipped to you, please add shipping from the drop-down menu.  If you are ordering both the kit and the add-on you only need to add the Copic Add-on shipping.

Copic Christmas Card Class
This class includes the stamped images (by Penny Black) However, you may want to have one or ALL of these stamps, as they are gorgeous!  I have a limited supply of them, so it's first come first serve.  Use the drop down menu to select the stamp (s) you wish to purchase.  Please add 'Stamp shipping' from the drop down menu if you are buying stamps and would like them shipped to you, otherwise you can pick them up in class.

Phew!  Not done yet!
Now, let's talk about what is wonderful about Copic markers.  I bet, like me, you have a set of markers in your crafting area that are old and dried out and frankly, should be thrown away.  What a waste! 

Copic Markers are no ordinary markers!  These are superior markers used by artists world-wide.  These will last a life-time because the ink is refillable and the nibs are replaceable.  {For the same reason I'm a big believer is buying ink pad refills to extend the life of your ink pads indefinitely.}

Using these markers and applying the tips & techniques you'll learn in class will make your stamped images pop with vibrant color! 

Dig out all those stamps you've hidden away and bring them to life with Copic markers!

Ok, here's the list of markers included in the add-on...a great collection of skin tones, basic colors and warm grey shaders (the secret to great coloring!)

  1. YR00   Powder Pink
  2. R02     Flesh
  3. W1     Warm Gray 1
  4. W3     Warm Gray 3
  5. W5     Warm Gray 5
  6. YG95   Pale Olive
  7. BG10   Cool Shadow
  8. B14     Light Blue
  9. Y15     Cadmium Yellow
  10. R27     Cadmium Red'll need (or get with add-on)
  1. Colorless Blender
  2. Clear Spica Glitter pen
  3. Black Multi-liner .05
  4. Zippered pouch
Having said all that about Copic Markers...if you have a favorite set of markers you like to use, feel free to bring those instead.  I know some of the techniques I'm teaching will apply to other brands.

What else to bring to class:
Adhesive:  Foam Squares, glue dots, regular tape
Scissors: Fine tipped and long
Stickles glitter glue - Christmas Red
Small Paint brush and pencil

Class Schedule:
Tuesday, November 15th    South Jordan Roberts    10am - noon (Sold out) Tuesday, November 15th    South Jordan Roberts    6 - 8 pm (Sold out)
Weds., November 16th       Layton Hobby Lobby      (Sold out) 10am - noon
Weds., November 16th       Bernie Wood's Home     (Sold out) 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Thurs., November 17th       American Fork Roberts   6 - 8 pm

FYI:  I do have a lovely certificate that 'hereby' certifies that I have completed a Copic Designer case that's important to you :)

If you have any questions, please email me.


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