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Kathie Maruska

I'll try this again since the first comment never posted!

When I first saw your work I immediately thought of Stephanie Corfee! I loved your east coast meet west coast collaboration! AMAZING!!!!! Thank you for the inspiration to let loose. I have started playing around with mixed media art journaling and I'm in love! I am in love with a the best present from my hubby in which he purchased me various Sharpie paint markers! So in love ... I have to hide them from my twin boys! Ha! Thanks again for keeping the inspiration alive in me!

Janet O'Connor

Hi Traci, Thank you for this post and introducing me to Stephanie Corfee. I just watched your youtube video...what fun!!! You have me dreaming of Girly Glam :).

MotherDana

Wow these are beautiful!!
My favorite doodling tool, I actually have two, my Neocolors and my Pilot Varsity fountain pen. I end up using these both on everything, doodling, art journals, even my collage canvases :)
Thanks for all of the inspiration!
xoxo MotherDana

Sarah Martin

My favorite doodle tool is my good ol' crayola markers and colored pencils!

Marie-Eve

I love to doodle with sharpie's pens. They are everycolor and they are fabulous to work with !

Sonya Espinoza

My favorite doodling tool is a white out pen, as funny as it seems. It brings out some brightness when there is a lot of color

Iris

I loooove your collaborative art with Stephanie, thanks for having her on your tour!

Favorite doodling tool: at the moment they are my brown and red Pilot G-Tec-C4 pens.

ElleCee

Thanks so much for introducing me to Stephanie. I love this collaboration.

My favorite doodling tool is a paintbrush.

Kat Schorr

I'm a huge fan! Thanks for introducing me to Stephanie' work! What a beautiful collaboration! My favorite doodle tool is colored sharpies of varying thicknesses. My one year old daughter loves her oversized crayons :)

Diana

Gteat video! My favorite doodling tool is a Faber Castelle PITT pen.

Debbie

Wow.... Great video ! I use gel pens of any kind to doodle just love how my hand can glide across a page using them.

KimMJ

A big black copic marker along with a white signo pen...Thanx for the chance to win! :)

Dulaine

Hi. I am just embarking on this "Art Journaling" journey and have been so very inspired by your website and others'. I have asked some friends to meet with me a couple of times a week so that we can play and learn and create together. Because they are my necessary writing tool, I will be bringing my Zig Memory System dual tip markers. The tips last, and I love the fact that I can do both thick and thin lines and know the colours are exactly the same.

judy applegarth

Awesome video...my favorite pen in the Copic Multi liner. I can't wait to learn more stuff from ya!

dianne gray

my favourite tool to use when doodling would have to be ink. inks of all kinds and types.

Sarah Barber

Lovely video collaboration. Inspiring as always! My favorite doodle tool would have to be my Mark It! Sharpie markers. They come in so many fun colors!

Sarah L

My favorite is a broad white uniball signo, all over a dark acrylic background...teal, purple, mmmm...

chel

Any pen will do! Right now I am super fond of Bic Stic fine points. They are super inexpensive, and they work great on any kind of paper.

Miriam

My fav would have to be india ink :)

muriel

Thanks for introducing stephanie corfee. Collaboration in art is something I so love! My favourite tool to doodle is india ink but I also love my white correction pen and I doodle with lots of other tools.

Sharon Bennett

Thanx for introducing Stephanie. I have so many mark makers in my stash it is hard to say but right now I am loving the Faber Castell Gellatos and the Big Brush Pitt Pens.

Jan

Great video! My favorite tool to doodle with is any marker that is in my reach :-). I particularly love the colors of copic markers.

joanne

fantastic video -- love the collaboration -- lots of inspiration from both :0)

Ruby Lynn

Love your work! Any micro pen...various sizes, then any type of inks, water, silk, doesn't matter, even thread. :)

BarbaraH

OMG...love these books. Must have them both. I like to use sharpie on paper or tee juice marker on fabric.
Thanks for all the info on both books, not sure I can wait for the results of the giveaway.

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