Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps is one of the sponsors for the Copic Certification Classes taught by Sally Lynn MacDonald, who is also a member of our design team. One of Sally Lynn’s favorite images to work with when teaching overall coloring techniques to her students, in either the immensely popular Copic 101 or the all-day Copic Certification class, is the GG0033 Tree Frog.
Here, she has made up a display board for store owners to utilize with their Copic Marker displays, and in their own class handouts.
Watch our Tree Frog go from flat to fab in 5 easy steps!
Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps has a lot of wonderful open designs that work beautifully for coloring with Copic Markers.
Sally Lynn will be creating more step-out diagrams as well as the current YouTube videos featuring our stamps, free for viewing online.
We just LOVE the way she added googley eyes to this kitty. This is a great card idea for that special someone.
Vicki really did a bang up job with this card.
She stamped the hearts, cut them then colored with copic markers. She then layered on purple mat frames and layered to the beautiful textured surface shown. Added a bit of ribbon and pearls for the perfect finishing touch. Way to go Vicki!
Do you have a fun card or technique featuring Prickey Pear Stamps? We would love for you to send us your card samples for us to post here to the blog and share with everyone!
Please submit only HI RES JPEG files in RGB format – please only submit cards with Prickley Pear Stamps, we do not want to copy wright infringe on other companys. Along with a small written description on a special technique or instructions on how you did the card. For each entry submitted, please provide your address in the e-mail and we will send you a free stamp!
Thanks for playing. Looking forward to seeing peoples art!
Here is just another stunning sample from Jennifer Greco. She chose blues and greens for this lovely country church scene, and WOW, what a fantastic job she did.
What a great fathers day card this would make. Jennifer pulled the colors from her cardstocks to color “Moby” as I like to call him. She then added embellishments and ribbon to finish the card off. And, what a great way to coordinate papers! Beautiful job.