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8.05.2013

Copic Marker Airbrush System




















{Reported by Ashley Harris}

Hey there!  We are back to our usual schedule.  Today I am sharing with you the Copic Airbrush System.   Enjoy!





What I made:


Supplies: Cardstock:  Bazzill Basics; Markers, Airbrush system: Copic; Clear Stamps: Paper Smooches Stamps; Twine: May Arts





Supplies:  Cardstock:  Bazzill Basics; Stencil: The Crafter's Workshop; Clear Stamps: Technique Tueday; Markers and Airbrush system:  Copic; Jewels: Prima, Doodlebug Design

Where and How Much:
Product:  Airbrush System
Manufacturer: Copic
MSRP: $36.99
Available Online:  CopicMarker.com, U.S. Art Supply, Scrapbooking Warehouse*




What do you think?  Is this something you must have?  Are you even interested in it?  Leave a comment by midnight EST on Wednesday to be entered to win 6 Ciao Markers from Copic!


U.S. Residents only.  Please leave a way to contact you if you win!  Good luck!!

23 comments:

Karen Weingartner said...

Cool! I have never seen the airbrush tool in action! Looks fun! Thanks for the chance to win!

Angela said...

Wow! These do some amazing things! Loving them!

Laura C said...

I would love to see this in real life!

Funky Finds said...

This looks like a very unique & cool tool...I don't have anything like it! Jessica Dougherty

Kristen V said...

I think if one used this system often and comparing the price and time allowance of the cans vs the cost of the compressor, it would be worth investing in the compressor too. I know I would use the Copic Airbrush System a lot, therefore it's on my wish list for now.

Miriam Prantner said...

This is such a neat tool! I'm curious if it works only with copics, or if you can use other markers too?

Joni Parker said...

I didn't realize the airbrush system was so inexpensive? Love the softness of the sky in your first card and the boldness of color in the second. You're killing me....you just added another "want" to my list!! Good thing my birthday is coming up..lol!! joni.parker@cox.net

sharon g said...

I would like to used this because it looks smoother than the sprays I have. I like that effect, too, but this is nice for many applications.

Knightgirl said...

It looks like a fun tool, love the look.

Houses Built of Cards said...

I have been very curious about this item for some time now! On my wish list for someday I think!

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PamSpradlin said...

I really like coloring with my Copics. I have looked at the airbrush at Michael's but still am on the fence about buying it. I think it does backgrounds nice and does blend the colors more easily. But I am curious...does it use a lot of ink?

Natalie said...

I think it looks really neat. But I don't have any Copics (yet!) and so I'd probably want to see how much I used the markers themselves before investing in more equipment. That being said, gadgets are always fun, and if you have them, usually you try to use them!

Amy E said...

Wow...I would have thought the price would have been a lot higher. I don't have any copics, but would LOVE to play around with something like this to see if it's worth the investment!

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Natasha G.P. said...

I love using Copics. I have maybe 5 different companies' alcohol markers, and Copics are my favorites by far. I would like to try this system because it would add a new dimension to my card making. I like the thin mist.

Ange said...

That is so totally awesome! Love your cards, especially the 2nd one. I'm totally into the color. Would love to try these out!

Torrie said...

I don't even own copics, but I am getting more interested in them when I see them in action. Thanks for the chance to win some.

Jean said...

I do not have any but have heard many good things. his makes me want to try them.

Some Lucky Dog said...

I love the soft look of airbrushing and the versatility of this tool. Did you know you can purchase empty markers, fill them with food coloring, and airbrush your own deserts???

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Cindy Brooks

JACLYN said...

My daughter has a collection of copics, would love to surprise her with this!! Thanks for the chance!
firstrosegrrl@yahoo.com

SHartl said...

I've never even heard of this tool but what an awesome effect! LOVE it!! I'm not sure I'd be brave enough to try it quite yet...because I don't even have Copics yet!Thanks for the chance to win!
apedoak (at) aol (dot) com

Karenladd said...

Wow, this looks like such fun and it gives a beautiful result. I would love to try the airbrush tool and thanks for the chance to win some Copics!
kladd94803 at aol dot com

Shawninaz said...

I have one and I think it's fun and easy to use. I haven't tried it with stencils before love your projects!

Robin B. said...

Wow, those cards turned out beautiful! Thanks for sharing.