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Jul 25, 2011
Anne replied to Gina K.'s discussion Release Party Main Chat Thread
"Typo....I am still living overseas......not lived but live...LOL!!"
Apr 21, 2011
Anne replied to Tammy Terry's discussion What is your Favorite Paper Cutter?
"Yes. I have the same problem with paper cutter/trimmers. I have bought 3 different style of Fiskars trimmers and still I end up with crooked lines towards the bottom of the paper. I gave up!! Last year with the help of my friend, I bought the…"
Mar 7, 2011
Michele Pouliot replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"Hi I have attached the most recent color chart. Enjoy! Michele P "
Nov 19, 2010
Rebekka replied to Anne's discussion Paper worms/bugs
"I have never seen one yet-thank goodness.. but I keep all of my papers in large baggies. All of Gina's papers come with a zip lock bag, and I do the same for my su and georgia pacific, ect. it protects from bugs, dust .."
Sep 25, 2010
Tera Fujan (aka Stamp Queen) replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"I boughts the ciao sets first and now wish I had just bought individually in color familys ( Flourishes sells them in color blending familys and that is a great place to start) Also I bought Ciao's and am now wishing I would have bought sketch…"
Sep 22, 2010
Karen Shirey replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"I was looking for Gina K's Copic Club, but can't find it. Does anyone know if it is still active? If so, how am I missing it? :) "
Sep 17, 2010
Michele Pouliot replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"I just purchase yet another set @ Joann's with the 50% so they were about $113.00+Shipping for the 36 Sketch Set. The main problem I have is that Set A whether it's ciao or sketch are different and many of the colors overlap. In that…"
Sep 13, 2010
Anne replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"Thanks! Yes. I surfed OOZAK.COM a lot as their other products are cheap too!! Joann.com is my favorite store as well. Appreciate your advice. My Copic pens (Ciao & Sketch) are now more than 90 pcs. already!! No wonder my bank account is always…"
Sep 12, 2010
Michele Pouliot replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"I purchased set A, and it gives a good variety of colors. I found two great place to get them pretty reasonable. Oozak.com -If you can't use a coupon. Plus they are cheaper then anyplace around and they actually tell you what colors are in…"
Sep 12, 2010
RENN WHITNEY replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"i went to ebay"
Sep 11, 2010
Janeen Thompson replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"Hmmm The link doesn't seem to be working "
Sep 7, 2010
Anne replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"Thanks Helen for this info. I will go and do some research on the web now.....:)"
Aug 7, 2010
Helen Johnson replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"Copic has come out with new sets for papercrafters. There are 3 sets of 12. If you get all 3 sets you will have 9 blending groups. There are also 2 sets of 36. There is a set a 72 which is both sets of 36. All this sets are available in ciao or…"
Aug 7, 2010
Melissa Shultz replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"I'm not Gina, but I decided to hop over to her online store to look for them and I could not find them either. I know she used to carry them and at one time had a club going for people to pay a set amount each month to build up their collection…"
Aug 2, 2010
Anne replied to Anne's discussion Which set of Copic markers - Ciao A/B/C/D to buy for beginners?
"Hi Monica, I have purchased the Copic Ciao Set A in the beginning and now I feel like I should start with the Sketch set in the first place as some of the colors are not available in the Ciao set & I cannot blend some colors with the limited…"
Aug 2, 2010

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At 9:22pm on October 22, 2009, Kathie said…
At 5:14am on October 22, 2009, Kathie said… Hi Anne, I'm Kathie from New Zealand and I have just purchased some Copic's I couldn't make my mind up so bought the set of 72 A, have you bought your's yet? It took me ages to make my mind up which ones to buy as they are very expensive but glad I have now. I bought mine on E Bay Australia they were the cheapest around and the postage was $20 and they were shipped from Taiwan, ordered last Friday, shipped on Friday and they were received in New Zealand on the Monday morning cleared customs on the Tuesday and were delivered on the Wednesday morning pretty good service I think. They are very expensive in New Zealand I saved myself $475 NZD about $2675.00 HKD. So it's a long weekend in NZ so I'm going to have a play as I've been using water colour pencils and a water brush up until now so it's going to take me a little while to get used to them.
Take care and have a great weekend
Hugs
Kathie
At 5:14am on October 22, 2009, Kathie said…
Hi Anne, I'm Kathie from New Zealand and I have just purchased some Copic's I couldn't make my mind up so bought the set of 72 A, have you bought your's yet? It took me ages to make my mind up which ones to buy as they are very expensive but glad I have now. I bought mine on E Bay Australia they were the cheapest around and the postage was $20 and they were shipped from Taiwan, ordered last Friday, shipped on Friday and they were received in New Zealand on the Monday morning cleared customs on the Tuesday and were delivered on the Wednesday morning pretty good service I think. They are very expensive in New Zealand I saved myself $475 NZD about $2675.00 HKD. So it's a long weekend in NZ so I'm going to have a play as I've been using water colour pencils and a water brush up until now so it's going to take me a little while to get used to them.
Take care and have a great weekend
Hugs
Kathie
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At 9:02pm on September 19, 2009, linda payne said…
glad to know you are ok !! sorry about tree and your garden :(
At 9:33pm on September 11, 2009, Theresa said…
Hi Anne. Thank you so much for your very kind words. Love your gallery!
At 8:17am on September 7, 2009, linda payne said…
Hi Anne, Just looked at your gallery! Your cards are beauties!!!. I will be poppin back over for inspiration for sure!!!
At 10:14pm on June 1, 2009, Selma said…
Thank you so much for the nice comments on my Hey there Cowboy card.
At 10:37pm on April 16, 2009, Karen Knegten said…
Thank you so much for your kind words. I used Copic markers on the flowers.
At 7:36am on April 16, 2009, Donna Baker said…
thanks for your comment on my black magic card, yes...I just used Prismacolor Pencils & Koh-i-Noor pencils.
 
 
 

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