About Me

Who Am I?

Marker Geek

I have been crafting since I can remember. My passion for stamping in particular started in 2007/2008 when I first started playing with character stamps and colouring. Now my real passion is colouring, especially with alcohol based markers. I love to colour character stamps and more besides, and my tastes range from cute to bizarre!

Since 2009 I have been running my own online craft store specialising in stamps – Quixotic Paperie. This adventure has brought with it many fun opportunities and allowed me to immerse myself in stamping and paper-crafting. I stock some of my favourite brands of rubber and clear stamps alongside my favourite paper for colouring with alcohol based markers – Make it Colour Blending Card.

I live in the South West of England with my partner Paul and our Staffordshire Bull Terrier Taika.

Why Marker Geek?

Simply, I love markers and I am also a bit of a geek! When I’m not colouring I can be found playing video games, reading fantasy fiction and generally geeking out about something. ;)

Disclosure

I participate in affiliate programs for Amazon and JacksonsArt. This means that I receive a commission when products are purchased through links here at this blog.

I also occasionally receive free products to work with and I receive stamps from Stamping Bella and SCACD Stamps as I colour their product images. The majority of products I use and post about are ones I have purchased personally.

I never share or review products that I do not personally like or would not personally recommend. My opinions are my own and are not for sale!

4 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Kely

    Today I found your web page and it was a great surprise!!! I love so much your work! All your postcards are very pretty.

    To color the stamps you use Copic Sketch, are similar to the Copic Ciao? Where can I buy them?

    Thank you so much!!! and congratulations from Spain!!!!

  2. Rose

    could you please tell me what is the best paper to use when you are doing digital stamp coloring? also what paper did you use when you made the beautful card of the man sewing on Mo’s digital pencile?

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