12 Summer Copic Marker Cards to get you motivated to create!
Hello there crafty friends. Today I am sharing 12 Summer Copic Marker Cards to get you motivated to create! These are some of my tutorials, videos, color combos and or free digis that are my favorites using a variety of different Stamp Companies.
Here’s another Summer Inspired Card using Copic Markers and Sunny Studio Stamps. This stamp set is so much fun to color and get out those bold vibrant Copic Markers. Make sure you check out the post for a full Copic Marker Color list and the video on How to get a shadow when using bright Copic Markers.
I don’t know about you but when I think of Summer I always think watermelon, now anyways.. It’s funny because I didn’t even like watermelon as a kid. A few years ago I did this tutorial for My Favorite Things and I think this “Copic Watermelon” looks good enough to eat!
You can check out the video and full Copic Marker list on the blog post, How to color a Watermelon with My Favorite Things Stamps.
Here’s a fun card using this adorable Corgi set from Newton’s Nook! I love these little images and they are so much fun to color. I also have a tutorial on Coloring different types of dogs using Copic Markers you can check out. You can check out the video tutorial and blog post, How to color a Corgi using Copic Markers.
I had so much fun creating this card when I guest designed for Lawn Fawn. The images are so small and cute and you cannot fit a whole lot of color so I decided to color them all with different colors. Check out my Copic Video Tutorial and blog post HERE!
Here’s a video I did a few years ago for My Favorite Things showing how to color an underwater scene with Copic Markers. Perfect for fish and mermaids! The ocean and ocean floor is all freehand with Copic Markers.
You can check out the video and blog post on my post Creating a an Ocean Scene with Copic Markers and MFT stamps.
TIP: Building scenes around your images means you don’t have to do any die cutting! 🙂
I’m so happy you have stumbled across my site and onto this page so you can grab my Free Copic Workbook and Guide! This guide will help you…
- decide what Copic Markers to buy
- figure out a Copic budget
- create your own coloring style
This night sky would be perfect for a summer sky! You could even put some yellow circle areas for a firefly effect. These stamps are no longer available, they are from Neat and Tangled which recently closed but the background tutorial is still very versatile for lots of other images. This is also a great way to practice blending your Copic Markers.
You check out the video tutorial and blog post Creating a night time sky with Copic Markers.
Have you ever used distress oxide inks over your Copic Coloring for a more intense look!?
Here’s another night time scene I did for Ellen Hutson using Avery Elle Stamps. I colored the images with my Copic Markers and used my Distress Oxide Inks to make the scene even darker around the edges. Check out the video and blog post Creating a night time scene for Ellen Hutson using Avery Elle Stamps.
Here’s another Beach scene tutorial I did for My Favorite Things. I’m coloring the stamped images with Copic Markers and I created the beach part of the scene with Distress Oxide inks.
Check out the Blog post and video on my blog post Creating a Beach Scene with Copic Markers and Distress Oxide Inks.
Everyone loves ice cream and especially in the summer — well most people (my son doesn’t). So here’s a fun card using Lawn Fawn’s ice cream stamp set and again I’m using Distress Oxide Inks to create the background.
Check out the post and video on my post Creating a Background with Distress Oxide Inks and Copic Marker Tutorial for Scrapbookpal.com.
I hope you enjoyed my post and are feeling super inspired and ready to create some awesome Summer themed cards. Which one of my 12 Summer Copic Marker Cards to get you motivated to create was your favorite? Let me know in the comments.Feel free to pin the image below so you can always find your way to this page and to share it with your other cardmaking friends.