Monday, September 10, 2012

Kathy Racoosin teaches Copic Coloring Techniques for STAMPtember™


Hi Bloggers!

We are oh so thrilled to have the super talented, Kathy Racoosin guesting on our STAMPtember™ celebration blog today! I have had the privilege of getting to know Kathy better this year and she is as warm, friendly, and wonderful as she is talented beyond measure! She has an eye for design, and can out color the pros! When Kathy isn't busy with her husband and 2 children, she enjoys whipping up some amazing pieces of art, and thank goodness, you can check them all out on The Daily Marker!

Wow!! 4 Magnificent cards! Let's get some tips and tricks from Kathy so that we can all make them!

Deciding what to do with background after coloring your images can be problematic. This technique is great because you get the results that you might get with a airbrushing generator with ease and zero maintenance.  These are the colors I selected to spray on the backgrounds with the mini misters. Why a mini mister you might ask. Because the tubing touches the bottom of the mister and many don't.  The mini misters above are filled with the Copic reinkers.

These are the stamped images and the extra images that will colored and popped on my cards. I love using stamping masking paper.  Save the blue part of the masking paper because when you are finished spraying you can stick the masked part back on to the blue and save it for future use.  Now I am ready to spray....
For this image I sprayed RV00 and after spraying I like to apply a little heat especially if you will be coloring so you don't over-saturate the paper resulting with the lines bleeding. (Click on the image for a larger view)

Notice anything here?? After my first spray I decided to mix it up and sprayed a second spritz of a different Copic color. So much fun and I love the results. After removing the mask (be sure to save it for future use)outline you image with the same color that you sprayed or a darker marker. This was sprayed with BV00 and outlined with BV02. (Click on the image for a larger view)

I didn't plan ahead and mask the snow so I removed some of the color with "Copic Various Ink" and a rag. (be sure to use in a ventilated area)  After some of the pink background was blotted off with the various ink, dry with a heat gun and color green. (I would recommend drying the paper again so you don't over-saturate the paper) Dampen your rag and dab onto the green, pause and continue to work the area to add texture. 

 After coloring your the image add some extra details. On "Mimi" I enlarged her eyes. Add some white enamel accents for the snow. I always recommend that you dab a few dots on some scrap paper to make sure you have all the air bubbles out and to practice a few before you start on your card.  When the white is dry (in about one hour...tap on your test snow to see) then you can add the black enamel accents on the bears eyes and nose. Set aside to let dry. (note: If I added the black to anything else I feel it would have been to much..like her eyes or boots) I added glossy accents to the boots. Have you wished that the wobble came in a smaller size? I just cut mine apart and customized it to the head. I used glossy accents to adhere!


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Guess what!?  Kathy has a special BONUS for you! Be sure to hop on over to Kathy's blog for a SPECIAL discount code that you'll only find on Kathy's blog! Also, she's giving out free stamps and a set of Spellbinders dies to make your own creations!! Check it out!! 

Have you heard about "KICK START" with Online Card Classes!?  Kathy will be a guest teacher during class!  Want to win a front row seat?  Let us know which of Kathy's 4 cards inspire you the most by commenting below and 1 lucky winner will be chosen for a spot in class Tuesday, September 11.

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Steph



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168 comments:

  1. Wow, it looks gorgeous. Love the technique, Kathy!Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I really like the way Kathy made the backgrounds of the cards. And the cards themselfes are wonderful.
    Eveline.

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  3. What a neat trick - never thought of using the misters to achieve these fabulous results. Thank you so much!

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  4. What a neat trick - never thought of using the misters to achieve these fabulous results. Thank you so much!

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  5. Your cards are gorgeous, love the technique. Love
    the Thanks a bunch card.

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  6. I love your cards- your coloring and misted backgrounds are fabulous!

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  7. WOW this is such a cool technique Kathy, and the result is stunning, it looks so awesome. Thank you so much for sharing it here with all of us. I´ll look forward to get to try this out very soon.

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  8. yes Kathy.... I love this technique. Looks like I need to invest in some reinkers

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  9. Thanks for sharing Kathy - I love all your cards, especially the first one

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  10. Kathy totally rocks! She's the coloring queen and her cards always leave me speechless! Can't wait to try her spraying technique. Genius!

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  11. Wonderful cards and a fab tutorial. Lov eh tag background technique, the images jump right off the page! Thank you. Maddy x

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  12. Beautiful cards..but then every card by Kathy is a masterpiece in itself. I love all of them..picking one would be like picking my favorite child...

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  13. I dont know a lot of about copics, I cant really color because of carpal tunnel so didnt think I needed them. Oh my goodness I want to do these backgrounds, thanks so much for sharing your technique.Cracked up when I saw the bears head on a wobble lol.

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  14. This is so interesting, I've never thought to use Copics with misters. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Love the airbrushed look and now thanks to you I can achieve it! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  16. WOW it's super cool! I absolutely love the card with the bear and the one with flowers. Just can't choose, sorry! The flower card is so beautiful, but the beary one so warm and friendly and cozy... amazing work!

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  17. Great post and great technique! I love how you outline the image in the sprayed color!

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  18. Cathy the copic sprats are such a cool idea, I would never of thought of that! Beautiful cards as always!

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  19. Fantastic technique. It looks so effective. Love your cards and your fabulous coloring.

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  20. Thanks Kathy for once again teaching me something new! I love the details and of course the colors!

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  21. Kathy's work is always gorgeous to look at...she is a master of colouring. I love how she broke the steps down into various pictures on this post...thanks! I also like how she used enamel accents for the eyes and snow.

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  22. I can'twait to try this technique. I'm betting it's a little more difficult than you make it look. Love the really soft look it gives. Thanks once again for sharing.

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  23. Great technique Kathy. Thanks for sharing.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  24. These are all so gorgeous! I am already a follower of Kathy's - each and every project she posts are inspiring!! The bear and Mimi are most inspiring to me today... just love the masking and the new technique of using misters and outlining the stamp with Copics! Genius Kathy!

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  25. What a great tutorial and gorgeous projects!

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  26. Fun, Fun, Fun - I love new and exciting ways to create backgrounds. Thanks!

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  27. Thanks for the tutorial and technique, Kathy! This is fabulous! I never think of using Various Ink in the Mini Misters bottle to achieve something like air brushed effect! Brilliant!

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  28. Love all of your beautiful cards! Great technique.
    Pam

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  29. Wow, love this technique, thanks to Kathy for the fab tips and tutorial. All these cards are so gorgeous but the one with Mimi and thd bear is just to adorable!!!

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  30. Have loved Kathy for many years she always has something up her sleeve..LOVE these cards and Technique she showed Today!!

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  31. It's hard to pick just one favorite!! I equally adore Let it Snow and Popping Up!! So talented! I can't wait to try the mini-misters... Thank you so much for sharring!

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  32. Loved Kathy's Copic Coloing techniques. Thanks so much for sharing her amazing talent with us.

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  33. Wow! Gorgeous cards! Thanks for sharing techniques!

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  34. Wonderful tutorial Kathy! Love the Etched Flower card and how the pretty colouring of the image lets them pop against the soft background!

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  35. Love the technique shared and the cards are beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  36. Kathy is amazing! I love being an email subscriber to her blog. I am so inspired by her Hello flower card. Stunning flowers!

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  37. Seriously? I have to choose just one card? Impossible! Everything Kathy creates inspires me! But, I am enamored by the way she colored the flowers on the "Hello" card. And, popping up just part of the flower over the vellum strip was genius. Oh, and all the attention to detail--adding the background stamp to the kraft base, even though most of it is covered with the card, really adds pizzazz to all the cards. :D

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  38. Thanks for sharing the awesome techniques! Love the cards you made!

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  39. wow with misters... awesome thanks for sharing

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  40. very cute and thanks for sharing

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  41. These are awesome techniques! Thanks for sharing!

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  42. That hedgehog is just too adorable! He gets my vote. Spraying with Copic reinkers is ingenious! Never would have thought of that!

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  43. I love the Popping up to say hello card - gotto love the lawn fawn stamp set ideas, they are just too cute!

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  44. Thanks for the tips ! I will definitively try it :-)

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  45. Isn't Kathy amazing?! I have enjoyed her talent for a long time now and am always so inspired by her coloring!! The card with the Etched Flower is my fave but they are all fabulous! :)

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  46. I'm drawn to the first card the most but I LOVE this technique! Such a great alternative to getting an airbrush system!

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  47. Kathy IS just as sweet as you say!! I'm always in awe of her coloring talent!! I think the girl & bear are my faves here! Can't wait to play with my colors!!

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  48. i love the technique that Kathy did!!!! I wish I can color like that! My favorite is the one with the toaster!

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  49. WOW, I Love them All! The one that most striking to me is the "Thanks a Bunch" card. The coloring is so detailed. It inspires me to want to practice my coloring a whole lot more. Smooches...

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  50. Oh my!!! What a great idea!! I do always look at my backgrounds after coloring with Copics and say...what could I do... I have a couple of the mister laying around too. Going to try this!!! Thanks for sharing this great technique.

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  51. Great tutorial. I follow you on Twitter, too!

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  52. Thanks so much for the honor of being one of your STAMPtember™ guests! Steph I adore you and love your infectious smile. :) I appreciate you making me sound so nice!! Thanks again...Hugs, Kathy

    P.S. For the record I can't wait to do this technique again. My compressor never works right and this is so much easier. Stock on the mimi misters and the holder too...just a suggestion :)

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    1. fabulous! backgrounds are definitely a problem when i'm colouring stamps. great demonstration :)

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  53. I love this mini mister technique and can't wait to get some Copic re-inkers and give it a try!! Thanks!!

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  54. All of the cards are great so choosing just one for inspiration is impossible.I really like the background technique that she used on all of them and would love to give it a try. Thank you for the great eye candy!

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  55. Gorgeous cards!!! Such stunning effects created with the mini mister!!! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  56. Gorgeous cards. The misted backgrounds look amazing.

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  57. I love the "Hello" card which shows Kathy expertise for coloring and layering.But, I like the "Let it Snow" card for its cuteness level and the interaction of the wobble. So glad you had Kathy as a guest. I've followed her for a long time to see her wonderful talents demostrated on her blog.Thanks

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  58. Amazing cards, Kathy. I haven't used this technique before but plan to try it

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  59. Great technique indeed!!! Great post!!

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  60. Great technique. I love the look with out having to use the spray can set up.

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  61. Loved Kathy's technique. This is my first STAMPtember and I'm loving it every day! Thanks SSS

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  62. I love following Kathy's blog and the talent that she has to share with us. I love her coloring and what a fun technique that she has shared with us here. I love how we can learn to use things we might already have in different ways. thanks for sharing Kathy!!

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  63. Fabulous cards! Love the technique. I really need to practice my Copics. You do such a wonderful job.

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  64. I love all of the Mimi stamps and this card is just the cutest! Kathy is one of the best colorers around - glad to see that she will be a part of the Online class!

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  65. Kathy's cards never fail to amaze me - she takes such care in the details, they are always stunning! My favorite card is the top left, I love the creative use of vellum.

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  66. Super cute card! My favorite is the card with the toaster! :) So cute! Thanks for the chance to win a spot in Kick Start!

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  67. Yes, I absolutely love the cards and your techniques! It's a little intimidating to color with Copics so all the help you give is fantastic!!

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  68. Wow, Kathy, purely amazing! Loving the mister and the cool shading techniques. You ROCK!

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  69. Nice technique... the masking intrigued me, so I checked out other videos to view the process. I like how you created shadow around the images. Neat dimensional effect.

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  70. This is such a cool idea. I love the use of two colors in the background. Thanks, Kathy!

    Tamara K.

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  71. I obviously need to check out your blog! What a great idea - mini misters! It's gorgeous!

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  72. Totally love your ideas! You are a fantastic artist!

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  73. Will have to try this out real soon...so much inspiration! Thanks!

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  74. I love it! Great way to do backgrounds.

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  75. Wonderful techniques, never would have thought to use copic re-inkers in the mini-misters, and have never seen the Copic Various Ink before, wow very cool.
    Thank you for your inspiring creations Kathy, and what a great SSS giveaway!

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  76. You make the technique look so easy. Thanks for sharing it!

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  77. A terrific tip - I always think of misters for water based coloring. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  78. I love this technique, especially the extra spritz of a second colour. Super cute cards Kathy.

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  79. wow, thanks for sharing, what a cool way to ahve a background.

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  80. You're so talented. Love your ideas.

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  81. Wow, I love the cards! I've really got to stock up on some supplies!

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  83. All cards are gorgeous! I really love how the colors pop, absolutely wonderful :)

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  84. These cards are amazing, all of them!! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful and fun technique!!!

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  85. These were so pretty... and spraying copics?? Fabulous!

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  86. Such beautiful cards. Love the technique. Iris

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  87. The Let it Snow card is so cute. Pink sky? Why not?

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  88. The Hello Roses card has reminded me to get out my vellum more often - besides the beautiful coloring! Thanks!

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  89. What a great technique and beautiful cards! Thank you for sharing with us!

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  90. Love the cards Kathy.....I can't wait to try the techniques out. I already have the mini mister's and I also love the new MIMI stamp. She is a favorite of mine....now over to facebook to mention your giveaways.

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  91. Love Love your background technique Thanks for chance t win Following your blog as well
    Lisa

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  92. Love your cards! I always adore Mimi, and you used some cool tips on that card. That's my favorite. Thanks so much for the background tip - first time I've heard that.

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  93. What a brilliant idea! Love it. All of Kathy's cards are so inspiring, but I'll have to go with number #4. She featured my favorite stamp company, Lawn Fawn, and the coloring is flawless!

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  94. Gorgeous cards, each one is so different and beautiful. TFS!

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  95. I left a comment on Kathy's blog on how beautiful her projects were.

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  96. I love Kathy's floral "Hello" card. The vellum adds such a special touch and I just loved how she used it. Of course, her coloring is superb and makes this card a real beauty! Great tutorial. Love knowing about his technique.

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  97. Hi Kathy, I have follow The Daily Maker for weeks, I love it and you inspired me to try new things.
    The technic with the copics is beautiful, but I do not have any re-inkers yet, I do have a mini-mister and I, also love it. As soon as I get some ink I will try it...what about Tim Holtz inks, would it work with water ink just as nice as alcohol?
    Maria V.

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    1. Hi Maria, I'm sure TH inks would look beautiful but, the look might not be as soft? What I love about using the Copics is the range of colors and the pastel soft look. I think I will give the TH inks a try for sure. Its always fun to experiment with what you have. Send me an email if you want to share what you discovered. Thanks for your question. Fondly, Kathy

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  98. I LOVE her "Hello" with flowers card and would love to win a spot in the new class. Jennifer and Kristina have such great classes and bring in such super talent. Thanks for the offer for the class

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  99. Great cards Kathy! Love your tutorial with pictures, great ideas! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  100. Thanks for sharing that amazing technique! Why didn't I think of that? LOL My favorite card is the Let it Snow...the background adds so much.

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  101. Love the new use for the mini mister and copic ink.

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  102. I'm so glad for the technique lessons...I don't know enough about my Copics yet! Thanks!!

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  103. I really like the "thanks a bunch" card, so. . . thanks a bunch!

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  104. Like the softness of the technique and colors.

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  105. Oh my Goodness, Queen Of Copics - your tips are awesome, I feel like they are really practically for even those of us that aren't professional artists. I always struggle with what to do with the background after I've colored the main subject! I love my Copics but am JUST a beginner! The misters are neat too...thanks for sharing!

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  106. What a great technique -- can't wait to try it! The 'let it snow' card is so cute!

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  107. Love the technique, I'll be trying it out as soon as I can! The hedgy card is adorable.

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  108. Thanks for the tips for coloring your cards with Copics. I have some, but haven't perfected it by no means. I just "followed" you blog by email through feedburner. :D

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  109. Great technique and thanks for all the helpful hints. My favorite is the Thanks a Bunch card.

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  110. Great technique. I can't wait to try it!

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  111. Cute! I love the mini-mister idea! Thanks for sharing your talent. Beverly

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  112. The Popping up to Say hi card inspires me most. I love lawn fawn and this card makes cute stamps look classy. Thanks for the masking tips and for sharing such colourful cards.

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  113. This is soooo cool! I love finding new uses for my re-inkers! So want to try this, thanks!!!

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  114. Great technique and thank you for sharing your skill with using copic markers the way you do. I started following kathy's blog. I know I'm going to like it.
    Linda

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  115. I've been wowed since I found Kathy's blog a few months ago and these instructional steps are awesome. I never thought of misting with Copics refills... maybe I'll get some after all!

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  116. Kathy's creations are all fabulous! I love her coloring and the great tips she shared!
    DeniseB

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  117. The girl and bear are just so darned cute!!! Great job coloring!!

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  118. Happy StampTember! SSS and Kathy. Well, it's no secret that Kathy's amazing card art just keeps Wowing us. What a great idea to put the copic reinkers in the mini misters. I have not gotten on the copic wagon yet, but there is always tomorrow. LOL I just keep saying how amazing Kathy's Card Art is. I feel like a broken record. I'm constantly in awe of your copic coloring. Thanks for all you do Kathy!!

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  119. AWESOME!! I LOVED the GREAT advice that was shared today!! I am NEW to copics and I can't wait to give it a try!! =) Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  120. What a great technique. The cards are gorgeous!!

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  121. Great technique, will have a try on it. Thanks

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  122. I just love the way Kathy colored her cards and used the masking technique! I have never seen someone mist with Copic inks but this is a great effect!

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  123. I really love Kathy's bear and little girl card... especially now that I know the details of how she did it! FAB!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  124. I love misting, but have to say I've never seen a tutorial using Copic ink to mist! Beautiful cards, and fabulous technique!

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  125. WOW! These cards are beautiful and I never would of guessed to use the misters to get that type of background. Thank you so much for the great inspiration!!! Love this!

    Hugs,
    Jo
    www.jwscrapshack.blogspot.com

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  126. I had a hard time picking my favorite. I love the misting/masking technique! I guess I would pick the hedgehog card. It mixes the hedges which I love with those gorgeous flowers. What could be better?

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  127. great technique for backgrounds.
    Are the reinkers diluted?
    Paddi

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  128. Stunning creation and again another very good tutorial. I love STAMPtember!!! Can´t wait to see what will be next :D

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  129. Kathy is an artist and an amazing person to know! She is supportive and so clever! Her coloring skills are out of this world, every single card she makes is a masterpiece. I miss you Kathy, hope to see you soon ;)

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  130. Love the background technique, and the cards are so cute.
    Christina P.

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  131. Amaaaaazing colouring. Thanks for sharing four gorgeous cards.

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  132. LOVE!!! the coloring technique that Kathy demonstrated!! Thanks for the great discount on Copics!!

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  133. I love everything that Kathy creates!!...she is such a sweet person and oh so talented!!...Thanks, Kathy, for all of the inspiration!!

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  134. Coloring has always been one of my favorite things to do, but I'm not very good at it. Tips like this and talent like Kathy's are always helpful and appreciated. I WILL NOT GIVE UP! ;-)

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  135. Hi, I recently started coloring.Was browsing thro techniques of coloring digi stamps before I wud invest in a good set of copics. Stumbled upon this and it is very inspiring. Thnk u 4 d tips n also for d chance to win goodies from u. wud love to win.

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    Catherine
    http://vidhucreations.blogspot.in/

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  136. Fantastic projects and can't wait to try the Mini Mister with Copic Ink. Perfect idea, thanks for sharing!

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  137. Can't wait to try this technique. There's always something new and that's what makes this hobby so much fun (and addictive). Thanks for sharing.

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  138. These are just lovely! great ideas!

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  139. It's the 1st time I see how useful can be mini minsters. I was asking me very often why they sell them. Great job, Kathy!

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  140. Wow what a cool technique!! Love it....

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  141. Love eveything about these. Thanks so much for the photos and sharing this awesome die. I think I'm in love.

    Xo

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  142. Seriously my sweet friend you are the master of Copics and one talented lady, I adore everything that you created her, Gorgeous!! hugs!

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  143. Amazing techniques. Love the background, thanks for explaining it.

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  144. Thanks for sharing Kathy! i love your cards!

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  145. Beautifully done, thanks for sharing them. Love seeing different techniques and finding out how to do them. Well done.

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  146. Well, I've always loved your framed cards, but I love the mister instead of air brushing from today too!
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  147. You are the Queen of Colouring that is for sure. Wow. You never cease to amaze my Kathy. I have never used my misters in this way and the tutorial was so wonderful, that now I will give this a try as well. Love it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  148. I love, Love, LOVE this technique! I have 3 mini-mister right now that have been empty for several months because I don't really know what to use them for. Thanks! cuz now I do.

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  149. Great technique with a great use of the Mini Misters. Love your cards - thanks for sharing !

    karenajo

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  150. What a neat technique, thank you for sharing!

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  151. I really love this technique. Mini misters are good for so many things! My favorite card is the popping up one. - I like the colors used on that one. Thanks for sharing!

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  152. Great technique Kathy. Thanks for always sharing your wonderful tips.

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  153. Oh I Love This.Brilliant.Thanks so much for sharing.
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    Lisa

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  154. Oh, Oh - the light really came on with this technique! Besides using the mini misters - using the masking material with my die-cutting machine! Oh the world of crafting is too superb!!!

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  155. Wonderful technique, I already have the supplies so I will need to give it a go.

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  156. You make it look so easy! thanks for the great how to. looking forward to trying this.

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  157. You are an extremely talented lady. Love all of your projects. Can't pick just one. Thanks for a chance to win some of the awesome gifts.

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  158. Wow, Kathy!! This technique is amazing...and you made it look so easy!!

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  159. this is really cool! Thank you for sharing this.

    Flexie::0)

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