Tag Archives: Copic Markers

Snowy Days

 This is the cutest little snowman.  It is a Digital Image made up into an adorable Winter Card! This fun card was made by one very talented lady, Pat Frank.  You can visit her blog, Cards 2 Cherish, to see more great designs. This whimsical little snow man is called “Flat Bottom Snowy” and you can can find […]

 

Then Comes Baby

  I’m so excited to share  Lisa Pace’s line of Antiquated Stamps from Pink Persimmon! The Antiquated Collection is a tribute to the era of ascots, parasols, fancy hats, patent leather shoes and all things charming and endearing.  This stamp is all of that and more!   The detail of this stamp is wonderful. Stamp the […]

Christmas Sled

  Hello Friends, I found this adorable card on The Watermelon Sugar Blog and knew I had to share. I’d like to send out a special thanks to Katarina  as she is the original designer of this card.  You can see more of her beautiful designs on her blog Watermelon Sugar.   The stamp set Katarina used […]

Here Comes Santa

I just love this whimsical Christmas Card. It really inspired me to break out my Copic Markers and start coloring.   Stamps and Copic markers are all you need to bring any  card to life.  I really love the design of this beautiful Christmas card. I can see this as becoming one of my go to designs/sketches. […]

Pure Innocence Little Witch

We just couldn’t let Halloween go this year without sharing a couple more projects.  Here is a cute little card designed by Tara Godfrey using the Pure Innocence Little Witch stamp set and Die-namics from My Favorite Things. I love the layout on the front of this card and the continuity on the inside as well. Here […]

Autumn Thanks “Mixed Media” Card

I really like the idea of “mixed media” on a card, but am hesitant to try it.  I think “it’s too messy”, “it will be too bulky to mail” or “I just can’t figure out how to place things.” This is a great example of a mailable card that uses “mixed media” in the forms […]

Multi-Fold Card Tutorial

I really like this card format – just not sure what to call it.  It’s a tri-fold, but not the typical tri-fold format we normally see.  So, I’ll call it what the designer called it – a multi-fold card. The punched front edge is really clever – scroll down to learn how to make this […]