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Measurements:
Fresh Asparagus Card Base- 4.25" X 11" Scored at 5.5" and folded in half
Ivory Layer 3 7/8" X 5 1/8"
Chocolate Brown Cuttlebugged layer- 3.75" X 5"
Fresh Asparagus and Ivory scraps for Ovals

Supplies:
Stamp Set- Autumn Splendor by Gina K. Designs
Card Stock- Pure Luxury heavy base weight Ivory, Chocolate Brown and Fresh Asparagus
Ink- Memento Tuxedo Black
Ribbon- Fresh Asparagus Double Stitched 5/8"
Cuttlebug Distress Stripes
Petite Large and Small Ovals Nestabilites
Die Cutting machine
Adhesive

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Comment by Sharon Harnist-PaperFections.com on September 8, 2010 at 11:44am
Great job, Gina -- wonderful video!
Comment by Sonia Ranger on September 8, 2010 at 6:05am
I have not tried Copic markers yet and have always been a little hesitant to even try since I have never been good with that kind of thing. watching you on this video makes it seem not so daunting. I will be trying it soon. Thanks!
Comment by Gina Krupsky on September 7, 2010 at 11:33pm
Joy,
It won't work with SU markers. This technique is for Alcohol based makers. Some have had luck with Sharpies and Bic markers doing this technique.
Comment by Joy Hende on September 7, 2010 at 11:17pm
I really like the softness of this technique but I have stampin' up markers. Will they work?
Comment by Denise Spangler on September 7, 2010 at 11:15pm
Thanks for the great tutorial on Copics. I agree with Marcy Bennett, the GKD pure luxury cardstock is wonderful, and does make all the difference in the world.
Comment by Toni Romero on September 7, 2010 at 11:13pm
Great videos. I don't own any Copics yet - someday. Being unemployed kinda hampers purchasing new things. I loved your daughter's tip as well. Excellent.
Comment by Kerbygirl on September 7, 2010 at 11:08pm
Loved this tutorial! Thanks, Gina!
Comment by Marcy Bennett on September 7, 2010 at 10:52pm
Excellent video. One thing I realized is that the GKD pure luxury heavy weight cardstock makes all the difference in the world if you are going over and blending and reblending. The lighter cardstocks can't hold up to this, and when you try to take color "off" with the blender pen it just won't happen unless you have a good quality paper, unless you want to totally waste the ink in the pen as you have to go over and over it waiting for something to happen. In your video I saw in real time how quickly the results show up on really good quality paper. Thanks - it is worth the extra money!

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