I am headed off for CHA today, and before I leave I wanted to update a few things...
1. The Certification Student Manual is finally done!! People at the certification classes this weekend will be getting a copy of the book to take home. It is 72 pages jammed full of useful tips for people who are going to be teaching Copic marker coloring to other papercrafters. These should be available to order near the end of February, look for details e-mailed directly to past attendees. If you get it today, leave a comment here telling people what you like about it.
2. If you will be at CHA, stop by to get a sneak peak at a few new surprises. I can't spill the beans, but if you're going to the Wholesale show our booth is 2562. Otherwise you'll have to wait a week or so to see the announcements. If you're at the consumer Supershow, then stop by the SplitcoastStampers booth to color witht he markers and glitter pens, and say Hi to all the wonderful people. Look for other make-n-takes across the show floor.
and, this just in...
Feb. 17th & 18th Frankfurt, Germany Certification classes taught by Marianne Walker.
If you are interested please e-mail Nancy. We do not have applications out yet, as this was just approved last night, but we will start our contact list and send out applications as we get pricing and details hammered out. I know it is short notice, but we will try to accommodate as many people as we can reasonably fit in the classes. To get on the interested list, e-mail email@example.com
Otherwise, stop by the Copic booth to meet our regional instructors, find a class near you, set up your own special event with the Copic Team, and learn some tips for teaching your own successful Copic Classes.
Meanwhile, I'll try to post while I'm at the show. I really need to post some new tutorials. What do you want to learn that I haven't already covered? Leave a comment and I'll see what I can do :) Have a great week!!
Note: March 6 is the actual date for the Des Moines Certification class. My last post was incorrect.