In this workshop, I will show you how to add a simple sky and landscape to the Art Is stamp set by Colorado Craft Company that you can easily modify for the stamped images in your stash. You will complete an image that you could use for a card. However, the entire focus of this class will be on Copic coloring rather than card techniques. PREREQUISITE: Experience coloring and blending Copic markers. CLASS FEE: $25
Photo Scraps 1213 Liberty Road | Eldersburg, MD 21784 To register, call: 410-549-5187 Sunday, May 22, 2022 @ 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
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. Markers will NOT be supplied either by me or Photo Scraps. You must bring your own markers to participate in class. If you need markers, please contact Photo Scraps in advance of class. If you wait until class time, you may not be able to purchase the markers or other supplies you’ll need to participate in class.
NOTE: Please make sure that your markers — especially the blue and green markers — are filled prior to class. You can have your markers refilled at Photo Scraps if necessary. You will not be able to successfully color the background with partially filled markers, not because you will be using a lot of ink, but because you won’t be able to put down enough ink for successful blending.
You can substitute your favorite green combination for YG01/YG03/YG17/YG67 used on the grass and foliage.
You can substitute your favorite pink combination for RV55/RV63/RV66 used on the rag.
I used two different gray combinations (C0/C1/C3/C5 and W0/W1/W3/W5) for some variety in the rabbits. You can stick with one combination or choose the comparable markers from the neutral or toner grays.
In this workshop, we will make three slimline cards featuring layering stencils from PinkFresh Studio. No coloring experience necessary! Here, we’ll let the stencils do all the work for us to create these beautiful multi-colored blooms.
All experience levels are welcomed. If you’re an old hand at stencil projects, you’ll feel right at home. If you’re new to it, you’ll learn the basics to get you started with this fun project. CLASS FEE $38
The Queen’s Ink Savage Mill Box 2048 | 8600 Foundry Street | Savage, Maryland 20763 phone: (301) 497-9449 | website: https://queensink.com Thursday, March 24, 2022 – 12:30PM – 3:30 PM Register online or call the Queen’s Ink at (301) 497-9449
Students should bring:
CRAFT MAT or GLASS MAT
ADHESIVES for card assembly, including foam squares (i.e. Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares); repositionable tape (i.e. E-Z Dots Repositionable Tape by Scrapbook Adhesives); Beacons 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue for the base layers; any white glue that dries clear (i.e. Ranger Multi Medium Matte, Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive, Bearly Art Glitter Glue, etc.) for adding other card elements.
DISTRESS INKS: Please bring the following if you happen to have them in your stash: Abandoned Coral, Bundled Sage, Evergreen Bough, Festive Berries, Fossilized Amber, Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberry, Pine Needles, Rustic Wilderness, Scattered Straw, Shaded Lilac, Spun Sugar, Tattered Rose, Twisted Citron, Wilted Violet, Worn Lipstick Don’t panic if you don’t have all the inks – I will bring my ink pads to share in class.
HEY FRIENDS! I just posted a new online Copic class on my blog. In this class you’ll create three holiday cards featuring stamps by My Favorite Things. New to Copics? Don’t have a lot of markers? Need holiday cards but don’t have a lot of time? Then this is the class for you! CLASS FEE $26
Participation requires the purchase of a pre-made kit from Photo Scraps. Either stop by the store to purchase your kit, or call Tracy at 410-549-5187to have a kit sent to you. The class URL and password are provided in your kit.
Class includes two videos. The first shows you how to color the images and the second shows you how to assemble the cards.
Below are the supplies that I will be using in this class. For this class, I highly recommend that you use the same markers. In the coloring video, we will be doing a technique called underpainting and your results may be unpredictable if you stray too far from the colors I selected.
COPIC MARKERS: The list below reflects the markers that I will use for in class. I kept the color palette simple so that I could limit the number of markers.
ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES: You will also need the following –
Card kit purchased from Photo Scraps
Clear Wink of Stella by ZIG
Strong glue to adhere layers. I suggest Beacon’s 3-in-1 Craft Adhesive.
White glue that dries clear. I will be using Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive.
Foam tape or foam squares (such as Gina K. Designs Foam Squares or Scrapbook Adhesives 3-D Squares). I was out of foam squares at the time of filming so I used Foam Sticky Strips from Taylored Expressions.
HEY FRIENDS! I was on a roll yesterday and created another Copic coloring video using the Holiday Happy stamp set by Stampendous! I don’t think I’ve ever created two videos on one day, but these images are quick and easy to color so you can work through them pretty fast.
Just an FYI – this card will also be available as a card kit for Demo Day at Photo Scraps.. So if you’re interested, mark your calendar for Saturday, November 20th and call Lisa or Tracy at 410-549-5187 if you want to purchase a card kit.
So here it is!
And just like the previous card, the card kit does not contain red cardstock to back the image. I used white cardstock and used my R46 Copic marker to colored a border top and bottom.
HEY FRIENDS! A few weeks ago, I created a card using the Holiday Happy stamp set by Stampendous! Well, I decided to create a variation of that card for the upcoming Demo Day at Photo Scraps. So if you’re interested, mark your calendar for Saturday, November 20th and call Lisa or Tracy at 410-549-5187 if you want to purchase a card kit.
In the meantime, I’ve uploaded a Copic coloring video for the image.
JUST A NOTE: The card kit does not contain red cardstock to back the image. I used white cardstock and used my R46 Copic marker to colored a border top and bottom. This way, I don’t have to keep a lot of colored cardstock on hand and the accents always match the image perfectly.