One of the fun, and lighter moments of working the CHA show is the cooperation between the different manufacturers. Prima generously donated product for two of my CHA classes for Clear Scraps; and in return, they asked if I could snag some Copic Multiliners for Donna Downey to use during her Make n Take.
I think she likes them! Funny lady put one behind each ear, is chewing upon one (told the attendees that she was keeping that one since it had her saliva on it), and one in hand.
And this is the super cute project that she was making during the show:
Multiliners are sort of the unsung heroes of the Copic product line. They are acid-free, archival pigment ink, so great for memory book and art journaling as well as fixing partially stamped images — because the key is they are 'Copic-proof'. They won't budge when you color over them with your Copic Markers. Genius!!!
The Black goes great with Memento Tuxedo Black. The gray coordinates with Memento London Fog. And the Sepia color coordinates with Memento Potter's Clay. So go grab several point sizes and have some fun. As this project is showing you, Copic Multliners work great over these watercolored tags. Attendees used them to outline the heart and write in the wording on the heart.
You can see Donna in action on her blog making this mixed media tag.
and btw – she was using the 0.5 size of Multiliner.
And because I mentioned the two classes — here are those projects.
Clearly Capable, with an acrylic Mix It Up waterfall style album (and loads of Prima!)
and Clearly Hybrid, featuring the XL Deco shape, Prima RFH and Tattered Angel's new Marshmallow Glimmer Mist (to die for opaque white!)
Yes, Glimmer Mist works on Clear Scraps acrylic. Takes about 5 minutes to dry — but oh so worth the wait.