It's finally here -- the new Copic Carrying Case! Copic now offers a portable case large enough to hold the ENTIRE Copic color spectrum! Here are some details:
- Six removable stiff mesh cups fit in the case’s hard shell exterior (each cup is sturdy enough to stand, whether completely or partially full):
- Case holds up to 380 Sketch markers!
- The top zipper closure and shoulder strap make transporting your Copic collection a breeze:
- Just in time for the holidays, this case is the perfect gift for the Copic lover who has everything.
- Order through your Copic retailer (my favorite Copic retailer, Ellen Hutson LLC, has these in stock HERE now!)
If you happen to currently store your markers in the clear plastic marker cases they are sold in and love this system/don’t want to remove them from their cases, Marianne discovered the new Carrying Case will hold EIGHT of the 36-piece plastic cases (with a little room left over for other supplies), for an easy way to transport a total of 288 markers! Or it will hold THREE of the 72-piece cases, also with spare room on the sides for other tools:
Would you like to WIN one? Yes, I said WIN!! Here’s how:
Splitcoast is hosting daily challenges through the entire month of October, and asking members of the paper crafting community to create cards in support of cancer patients and their families and mail them to national partner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX.
Copic Marker is pleased to offer FOUR of these great new Copic Coloring Cases as prizes for four lucky participants in the Hope You Can Cling To campaign! It's a campaign of the sweetest type -- you have the opportunity to color, spread a little hope with your handcrafted cards and be eligible to win!
You can find general information for the Hope You Can Cling To campaign, including information on how to play and a handy tracking sheet to keep track of your entries, here. You can find a master list of the challenges presented thus far right here. It's updated daily for new inspiration, and there are a variety of themes, so participation is easy. And, just in case you aren't familiar with Splitcoast, it's a free papercrafting community where thousands of card ideas and tutorials are shared in the galleries and their resource archives. It's a fun place to be -- you can find the details here. You can sign up for your free account and start sharing here.
I HOPE you'll find a few opportunities to color and participate with me this month. We'll announce our *FOUR* Copic Coloring Case winners the second week of November . . . Good luck!