Giveaways galore…

Lovin' this giveaway week.  So fun.

Remember me sharing all about Copics?  (HERE.)


And much much I love to make cards pop using my Copics?

050710 Copic Flower JenMcGuire
Supplies: Hero Arts stamps and notecard and pearl; Copics R22, R35, Y38; Memento Ink

And how much I love love love my copic storage system?


Well, the kind folks over at Studio 3 Solutions know how much I love their Copic Color Cubbies.  So they said I could give one away!  So happy. 

Just leave a comment here by Sunday night telling me your favorite way to add colors to your projects and I will pick a winner of a Color Cubbie.

(BTW… if you have ever won a prize from me but didn't receive it, PLEASE email me.  I always fear they don't make it or I booger up.  Thanks!)

(OH!  And if you are in Cincinnati, Jana and I have a class on Tuesday night.  HERE is the info.)

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806 thoughts on “Giveaways galore…”

  1. Color! An easy way to put them away would make me want to color more. It would make them at hand making it an easy pick up and color. Color, always need more color in my life!

  2. I have only had a chance to sample Copics but I liked them when I did. I use stamp pads to add most color, chalks, watercolor pencils, glitter mist…. to name a few 🙂

  3. I love copic markers although I haven’t tried them yet would love to! Love using ink and embossing to add color. Glitter is also another great way to add color!

  4. I love my new copics – only have about a dozen or so. They are quick and easy to use. I also love watercolors for the soft shading you can achieve. Great giveaway!

  5. Love the work you do your cards are awesome. I love seeing what you can do with copic markers. I have never tried them I always use pencils and love how they blend and shade, I will have to try copic some day.

  6. I love adding distressed Stickles, since the colours aren’t too blingy and I can use them on my boy’s pages.

  7. Color makes the project — I’m always surprised as something will “pop” and I’m in stamping heaven when it happens!!! Thanks for all your idea’s you are a great inspiration!

  8. I’ve been experimenting with glimmer mist. It is something new for me and it’s been a lot of fun. I like to add color with embelishments like flowers, rhinestones, ribbons, and buttons.

  9. I just got my first set of Copic markers for Mother’s Day, can’t wait to get the right ink and start stamping. I would love a new set of stamps to play with. Love your work, you are such an inspiration! Thanks for teaching us all.

  10. I love to print on vellum and color from the back for a stained glass effect.
    Very cool!

  11. First time i coloring with colored pencils.. then one of my Hero Art’s friend told me about copics, after tried it i found it sooo amazing and i could not stop using them.. They are my treasure.. i love how perfect the colors blend together and the shading is just beautiful. Last, I love add some glittery nail polish onto it just to add the glossy look 🙂

  12. Coloring is so fun whether I use colored pencils or markers. Reminds of my crayon days as a kid and just coloring and coloring! So much fun and so relaxing. My new favorite is my Copics and learning how to shade and add dimension and highlights! Thanks for a chance to win!

  13. so far it’s been colored pencils since i learned using gamsol from you 😛 thanks for a great week!

  14. I love colors! I love adding colors using ink pad or coloring them using color pencils. I havent tried copics and still thinking whether to join the group 🙂

  15. Hope you have a wonderful Mother’s Day! I am just catching up on your posts and also spent the weekend cleaning and purging my craft area. This would be a great help in my organization!!

  16. It probably sounds trite at this point, but LOVE my copic markers! Thanks so much for fueling my obsession with them. Of couse I would Love to win one of the cubbies–Just like the other 772 people that commented above me. LOL! 🙂

  17. My three children bought me my first set of Copic markers for Mother’s Day! I screamed when I opened the gift. They are all in their 20’s now and my oldest was listening to me one day comment about Copics when I was on your blog. She remembered and convinced her brother and sister to help pay for them!! Best gift ever. Wouldlove the bubby to hold my new treasures. Before Copics I used stamp pads and blending tools for color.

  18. I love to color with copics!!! I also am going to try the gamsol technique…just bought the supplies!! Thanks so much for the giveaway!!

  19. My favorite way to put color into my projects right now would be using my Copics and Tim Holt Ranger distress inks!!! Happy Mother’s Day!!

  20. I love to add color with distress inks (after taking your Thinking Inking class at 2peas the world of inks come to me!!!!) and copic markers as well as stickles, got all the colors (yay).

  21. I haven’t used Copics much, so have tended to add color by using a Dove pen into my ink pads. Copics seem wonderful.

  22. I use pencil crayons to color and watercolors too.
    I would LOVE to get one of these cute cubbies to store some Copics in!

  23. Don’t know if I’m too late on Sunday night, but Mothers day has been quite busy.
    My Copics, well, they’re my new best friend. I started “collecting” them about three months ago and my collection is growing all the time.

    Really need these units, they’re great!

  24. Hands down my favorite way to use my Copics is to hand color my stamped images…. dying silk ribbon with it comes a close second… ILOVEMYCOPICS!!!!! I do wish i had a cuter and more organised way to store my collection… TX for the chance! Happy Mother’s Day!

  25. Hands down my favorite way to use my Copics is to hand color my stamped images…. dying silk ribbon with it comes a close second… ILOVEMYCOPICS!!!!! I do wish i had a cuter and more organised way to store my collection… TX for the chance! Happy Mother’s Day!

  26. I am starting out to acquire a few copics, so a storage solution sounds great. I use copics in many ways such as colouring ribbon and crystals to match. I hope to learn more about the use of copics. You have such great technique, Jennifer.

  27. I love my copics. Just really starting my collection. Before that I loved watercolors. I would love to win a cubby.

  28. Right now, I just use ordinary markers. i still have to take the plunge and buy Copics. I know when I get one color, I’d want them all.

  29. I SO WANT this system!!!I haven’t yet discovered a way (other than this) to display them so beautifully!! Happy Mom’s day to you!

  30. Bummer! I missed this one. I add color using my Stampin Up! markers! I was looking at all your Copics and I am JEALOUS 🙂

  31. As this is the first time I’ve been to your site, I’m flabbergasted!!! I love stickles, glitter, flocking and anything that sparkles! I love your Copics, I have to look into it to see if they are carried in any of my local stores. Oh my, so much to do, so little time! Thanks Jennifer, I’ll be back soon!

  32. I love storage. I have my pens in cans on my desk. I know they should be lying down but have not found anything that works great. I love adding color on my cards with inks. on edges etc. Love your site. Grammy

  33. I love copics but I fear if I get too many I will become seriously addicted, just like distress inks!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  34. My favorite way to add color is using distress ink, or my newly purchased copics (thx for the suggestions on starter colors) and coloring a flower or flourish to make it pop off a card or scrapbook page.

  35. I love to add color with my Copics. However, I do need to add more to my collection! What a great giveaway. Definitely will be keeping my fingers and toes crossed! Gosh, I would love to win a Cubbie! Thanks for the opportunity!!

  36. I am slowly learning to use markers and watercolor pencils on stamps. As I am not very good with them, I still use stickles, colored gel pens, stickers, and chalk.

    About Copic, my very artistic grown daughter introduced me to them. She was here visiting before Christmas. She pulled out a blank canvas totebag and her Copic markers to make a gift. I thought the canvas would just absorb all the color, and it would run, or look washed out. She proceeded to draw a bassett hound the bag. She was able to blend the colors, do very detailed work, and it looked great. There was no bleeding, and the colors were beautiful.

  37. GREAT storage idea; thanx for the t’riffic blog candy opp! My fav ways to color are either DTP or watercoloring w markers, to date! But I’m always interested in learning new techniques! Thanx for the inspiration!

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