Friday, January 3, 2014

Copic In The Classroom "Crafty Spaces" Blog Hop!

 
Today, each member or the Copic education and blog team will be joining up for a virtual tour of their crafty spaces in celebration of a new Copic program.

Copic in the Craft Room is a new community brought to you by Imagination International Inc., distributor of Copic products in the United States and Canada. 

Our program goals are:
       To Inspire Copic crafters, both new and experienced, to use their Copic products and get crafty.
       To Educate crafters, no matter their skill level, teaching proper product use for success and new ways to use Copic products.
       To Grow both as a community and as individual crafters.

Since getting crafty can take place anywhere, we thought it would be fun to share our own crafty spaces with you. 
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 I chose to specifically show you my "Copic" crafty space. This large case holds all my copic sketch and ciao markers and is ready to go out the door at a moments notice. I will often bring it in the car with me while I wait to pick up kids....might as well color!
 The case has 6 baskets that I have filled with 2 color families each. I love that they are not in order that makes for easy grabbing and cleaning up my markers.
 Here is a look at one basket, you can see that I have a hodgepodge collection of both sketch and ciao markers....no matter, they all work great!
 This plexiglass store display keeps my originals and refills that I have collected. I love using the originals when doing my airbrushing and that fine nib for getting in really small spaces or if I choose to do a little color doodling!
Here are my refills. These I like to keep in order so that I know what I have.


Click the links below to hit the cyber roads and travel all across the continent to see where the rest of the team makes the magic happen. 


Then, make sure to stop at the Copic in the Craft Room Facebook page and like us to share your own crafty spaces photos. 

15 comments:

Michele Boyer said...

So much pretty color, like a rainbow in your room! :) LOVE that large case!

Lori Craig said...

This space is on my bucket list of destinations. It's pretty and functional. I've heard it has the best mountain views and serves the most fabulous coffee in all of BC! Can't wait to see you next week, my dear friend! Hugs!

Becky said...

Gorgeous colors and gorgeous space.

Gabby Sews said...

Great organizational ideas!! Thanks for sharing!!

Donna Phelan said...

Pretty, pretty Copics! I need to go make a refill ink list pronto! TFS!!!

robinann17 said...

Love the little baskets within the larger basket for storage and ease of usage. What great organization with Copics! Really like! Robin

Jean Bullock said...

Great way to organize. Very cool

Sharon Harnist said...

I love that you use the big storage case on a daily basis -- so easy to pick up and go! Thanks for the pretty peek into your space, Sherrie!

Celeste Goff said...

Oh my but that is a lot of Copic markers in one place! But you have them so beautifully arranged and organized. I love it!

susie morris said...

I too use the Copic case. I like it because it can go wherever I go but, the added cup in the middle is a brilliant touch. Love it. I'll have to do that. Thank you for sharing!

Jan Castle said...

I too use the case to use and store my Copics....QUESTION: I see almost everyone has their Copics stored flat on their sides....is it a problem to leave mine stored in the case and upright??"?????????
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Jan

Sherrie said...

No problem at all. Copic markers are airtight and can be stored either horizontally or vertically

Colleen Schaan said...

Whaaaaaat! You have a ton of originals! Love that! And I like the way you added a little tin for your multiliners into your Copic bag. GREAT organization. Thanks for sharing with us!

Debbie Olson said...

Ohh, ahh--so many Originals! Beautifully organized, just as I would have expected. . . ;-)

Michael Spencer said...

At first I want to praise the boxes you have designed for colors. Secondly I would ask which brand you are using for fresh water colors and prismacolor colored pencils .
Once again thank you for sharing it, Quite precious work indeed.