Watercolor markers


Using Copic Watercolor markers to create artwork to be digitized for embroidery. This design when completed will be sent over to the folks at http://www.prodigitizing.com to be digitized. I will post a video on the embroidered finished pieces. I used copic markers – they are pricey at about $8 each but worth it. I get mine from Michaels, but I am sure lots of other crafts stores have them and you can find them online.

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