The New Collection is Almost Here!

Gorjuss in her Spring and Summer Fun!

Dyan Reaveley Oh-So Vibrant spray is Here!

Create backgrounds on cards, scrapbook and journal pages, and in mixed media art projects. !

Cutters Dies!

From our favorite stamp company..WOJ, CC Designs and My Favorite Things!

Enjoy another great release from My Favorite Things!

Pure Innocence, Mouse in the House, Clearly Sentimental, A la Modes and Die-namics.

The one and only Henry the Mouse!

Fun, Upbeat and Animated designs perfect for traditional and classic styles!

Join the Fun!

Commenting Giveaway Alert: This week we will draw a name from all the comments left on this week's new posts and give away a $5 gift certificate! The more posts you comment on, the more chances you have to win.


Video Tutorial: Shading Fair Skin

Hey everyone!

Here is a quick tutorial on shading fair colored skin. If you have any questions, please be sure to ask.


Chic Card

Hello Copic Lovers!

We have had some technical difficulties with the videos, but more video tutorials are on the way!

Today, I would like to share a project with you!

I uesd the following Copic colors: R20, R22, and R27 for the top, W1 for the shadow, and E29 for the base.

I have found that reds are a little more difficult to blend, but with some time and patience the reds can be blended pretty well.


Want a chance to win Copic products?

iCopic loves supporting our fellow crafters and this week we’re very excited to have the opportunity to sponsor Sally’s Creative Corner.  Her talent with Copics is truly amazing and inspirational. 

Icopic is sponsoring a contest hosted by Sally’s Creative Corner where two lucky winners will win a Set of 8 Copic Ciao or a set of  Manga Muted Colors + 1 multiliner Pen.  Simply visit for all the details.

Good Luck!

Happy Birthday Flowers Card

Hello Copic Lovers!

I would like to share a project I made recently with my Copics. I colored in the flower image and it came out better than I expected.

The following Copics were used:

  • R20 Blush
  • R22 Light Prawn
  • R27 Cadmium Red
  • R29 Lipstick Red
  • C3
  • YG95 Pale Olive

The flowers were colored in with R20, R22, R27, and R29.

The leaves and stem were colored in with YG95 and shaded with C3 to make a darker shade of Olive.

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