Saturday, August 8, 2009

Are You Interested?


Several of you have asked me if I plan to carry the Copic Sketch Markers. My answer has been "not at this time". Well in the last few weeks, the subject has come up several times.
So, this is what I have decided to do: Once a month, I am going to order for a group that signs up, 12 different colors of 2 or 3 color families that will work well together. In other words, this month I am ordering 4 Pink, 4 Green and 3 Gray and 1 Colorless Blender, total of 12 different colors that blend for the month of August.

If there are two of you who would want to split the 12 and get 6 a month, I will be glad to do that also. It all depends on what your needs are at this time.

If you would like to be included in a group who will be purchasing the Sketch Copic Markers once a month, please e-mail me with your questions. At this time, I do not plan to put the markers in my store and will only purchase enough for the group each month.

Remember this is not a life long commitment, but I would like for you to commit to at least 4 months at a time.
Be sure to take a look at the card below that I colored with the Copic Sketch Markers. If you have never used these markers you, don't know what you are missing. They are the smoothest and easiest markers on the market (in my opinion) and you will notice that lots of terrific card makers are using them.

Sketch Markers are the most popular of the Copic Markers. They are excellent for all forms of illustration, design, scrapbooks, fine art and more. They have an alcohol based ink that is permanent, non-toxic, low odor and acid-free. Sketch markers have a 3-year shelf life and are guaranteed for color consistency.

Please e-mail me if you are interested in joining the Copic Marker Group from Joan's Gardens.

2 comments:

Tammy Hershberger said...

I'll keep it in mind, Joan! After I get the sketch markers I just ordered, I'll see where I stand... I'm sure at some point I'll feel the NEED for more!

a Creative connection said...

Joan, what is the cost per marker?