Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Twinkling Like Stars

I finally got some time to play with a new set of pens from Jen and Andy.  I was waiting to get my desk cleared off to start this project!

Twinkling like stars

They are glitter pens…Copic Spica Glitter Pens that are Twinkling Like Stars!

Cards 

I stamped some snowmen cards and played away.  I love the bright colors that sparkle.

cards on my desk

In fact I got a little carried away with my stamping…so my work box is full again.  I cut up a bunch of heavy watercolor paper and stamped away!  Yes… I have a small box of other glittery “stuff”  you can never have too much glitter.

We had a beautiful day here in Minnesota yesterday it was 29F…it felt awsome and warm!!  It gave us hope that winter will end someday.

Disclaimer: I have not been paid for or accepted any Copic markers in exchange for this review…but if they want to send me some to try out I would welcome them!

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20 comments:

  1. Can't hurt to ask...looks like fun and brings a little sparkle to a cold day.

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  2. They look like so much fun. Much warmer here also. Yay!!

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  3. They do look like fun! That was a gift that really had your name on it. :-)

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  4. The perfect occupation for even a warmish winter day.

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  5. The pens were a perfect gift for you. Enjoy!

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  6. Jealous of your new pens.

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  7. We're warmer in southwest Ohio, too. Love the pens.

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  8. Oh, what fun you are having! I wrote them down...I'm pretty sure I need them and also the water color paper and what kind of stamp pads do you use? I have some large stamps like your snowman and all I ever see are little stamp pads. Any recommendations?

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    1. Bring the stamp pad to your stamp and rub it around:) My stamps usually come from Hobby Lobby and a few are from Stampin Up and of course Ben Franklin:)

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    2. You can practice with my Copics anytime you want. Did you like the spica?

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  9. Fun - I used to stamp and have all that glittery stuff, maybe some day again. :)

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  10. Like you I love glitter! I think that is why I like holiday's they have lots of glitter to them

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  11. Just got a sparkly card from you but maybe you used something else on the butterfly card? Those look like fun pens! A little sparkle was just what I needed on such a spring-like day yesterday. (Funny how getting to 30 degrees felt like spring.) Beautiful today, too--but then a storm and frigid weather is on the way for tomorrow. Life in the North Country. ;)

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    1. Yes I used other glittery stuff on your card:)

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  12. We reached plus 7 C today (44F) and we thought it felt almost Spring-ish! Now I can hear rain pelting down again and the temperature is going down as night sets in.

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  13. ...our bitter spell is over from this week, dirty snow and slush!

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  14. Looks like those sparkly pens sure provided you some inspiration! Fun!

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  15. The art teachers curse is glitter. Everyone wants to use glitter and no one is mature enough to use it in a functional way. Looking at it is fun and your cards are wonderful. There is so much more control of it when it is the pen form. I remember when people use to blow plaster with glitter in it so the ceiling would sparkle at night. You cards are a fun project.

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