New Class! Everyday Greetings – February 27, 2018 at the Queen’s Ink

I’m returning to the The Queen’s Ink on Tuesday, February 27th to teach a Copic marker card class.  In this workshop, we’ll make three cards featuring stamps from RubberMoon and sentiments from Penny Black. The images are colored using a very limited set of Copic markers. Details are below. All necessary techniques are taught in class. Seats are limited, so sign up today!

The Queen’s Ink
Savage Mill Box 2048 | 8600 Foundry Street | Savage, Maryland 20763
phone: (301) 497-9449 | website
Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Register online or call the Queen’s Ink at (301) 497-9449

BRING TO CLASS: The list below reflects the Copic markers that I will use in class. You can follow along using the same colors OR substitute colors based upon your personal Copic collection. Please bring all your markers to class and make sure your Copics are marked with Washi tape or some other means of identification. Markers are available for purchase at The Queen’s Ink. Students will receive a 10% discount on Copic markers. I will be available prior to class to help with selection.

PLEASE NOTE: You must bring your own markers to participate in class. If you need markers, please contact The Queen’s Ink in advance of class. If you wait until class time, you may not be able to purchase the markers you need.

  • Y02 – Canary Yellow
  • Y15 – Cadmium Yellow
  • Y19 – Napoli Yellow
  • YG06 – Yellowish Green
  • YG09 – Lettuce Green
  • B32 – Pale Blue
  • B34 – Manganese Blue
  • B37 – Antwerp Blue
  • R35 – Coral
  • R37 – Carmine
  • R59 – Cardinal
  • C4 – Cool Gray No. 4
  • 0 – Colorless Blender

OTHER SUPPLIES: Please bring scissors, foam adhesive squares (I used Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Thin Foam Squares), and a tape runner adhesive or double-sided tape.

Rowhouse Greetings | Happy Birdie by RubberMoon Stamps Rowhouse Greetings | Happy Birdie by RubberMoon Stamps Rowhouse Greetings | Happy Birdie by RubberMoon Stamps


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