Over the last few years a COPIC CRAZE has been mounting–everyone loves them, has to have them, needs to buy them but then after you spent $100 on 3 markers (okay, they are not THAT expensive but you get where I am going) they sit on your shelf and collect dust. Or you might be the person who turns and runs when someone says “Copic” because you just don't wanna know because you might want to buy them after you see all the wonderful things they can do.

As a Copic Certified Designer myself, I can tell you that they are the most wonderful makers EVER for coloring in stamped images…but I always tell people I am not a stamper. This has led me to explore with Copics, asking, “How can they be used for scrabooking?” This month's Project 12×12 class is all about ways to use Copic markers in your scrapbooking. I'll also share tips on how to choose colors and how many you should choose depending on what kind of scrapbooker you are as well as ways you can use them to customize just about anything.

Copics for Scrapbookers:

February 25, 2010
530-730pm. $35
@ Collective Journey
Ph: 909-793-2200

April 14, 2010
530-730pm. $35
@ The Red Bee
Ph: 714-838-1200

Join me each month and complete 6 fabulous pages. Each month will feature a new technique or product. I'll share some ideas for getting the most of your scrap supplies while creating stunning pages. Every third session that you register for will entitle you to a free two-page layout kit from me. By the end of 2010, you will have completed 80 pages if you attend each month. Bring a Basic Tool Kit to class (Trimmer, Scissors, Adhesive, Ink).

Featured Technique: Copics for Scrapbookers
Receive a Copic Marker and bling in the class!!

Here's a few of the pages we'll be creating using Copic Markers in the class plus some brand new Prima papers:



And here are some other upcoming dates for Project 12×12 classes:

Stitching:

March 17, 2010
530-730pm. $35
@ The Red Bee
Ph: 714-838-1200

Glimmer Mist:

March 25, 2010
530-730pm. $35
@ Collective Journey
Ph: 909-793-2200

Iron-Ons:

April 22, 2010
530-730pm. $35
@ Collective Journey
Ph: 909-793-2200

See you there!!

Author: Jennifer Priest

It started with jewelry, beading, sewing, home decor, painting, basket weaving, pottery, and cross-stitch. Marry that to an entrepreneurial spirit & at 9 years old a girl is selling her wares at craft fairs as far as her parents and grandparents would drive her. These days, Jennifer enjoys crafts of all genres from sewing to scrapbooking to jewelry with a little dabbling in the mixed media world. Her style is approachable and she wants everyone who sees her work to feel that they too can embrace creativity and make their home and life beautiful.

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