Friday, August 6, 2010

Another Copics Tutorial!

Good evening everyone!  Yes, I am still alive....I hope you haven't all lost interest in my blog despite my absence around here.  But, tonight I decided to fulfill a viewers request and make a video to share.  Tomorrow, pop back in because I will also post another video.  Yes, you read that right!  Two posts!  But, that's not all I have up my sleeve, because I intend to get a few more ready for you in the upcoming days.

I also wanted to remind everyone that next Wednesday, the Design Team will be back to share another fun-filled blog hop.  We love hopping around blogs over here at Heartstring!  Our theme this time around will be "Hearts and Angels".  Start planning what you would like to submit in our Hearts and Angels Challenge, because there will be a prize!  Come back Wednesday, the 11th, to see what we have in store.  I did want to mention now, so as to divert any confusion....you DO NOT have to use rubber stamps to enter our challenges.  As long as you follow the theme, you have met the requirement.  So, whatever your favorite craft medium to use...it's all good with us!  We just LOVE to see what everyone comes up with!  Oh, and a little sneak peek....there will be more than 1 giveaway in the blog hop too! Yay!

And now, for my reader request.  I have had a few people mention they would love to see a Copics tutorial on coloring darker skin tones.  I honestly have little to no experience with this, but decided it was worth some practise to see what I could come up with.  So, here is my take on that pursuit!  As always, please leave me your comments and requests.  I love to keep those ideas coming in.

5 comments:

Gaby ~ Scrapabookaholic said...

Great Tutorial!!!!!!
Thanks!!!!!!
I really like it when I spend my time watching a tutorial I can really use or learn from!!!!
Can't wait til Wed

Monique Barr said...

Thanks that was so good.

Carol said...

Great video! I have wanted to know how to color dark skin. TFS!

Beth said...

Love the tutorial! I really like the details in this stamp. On to watching the next video! Thanks Shelley.

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