Floral Background Copic Marker Color Combo

Floral Background Copic Marker Color Combo

Floral Background Copic Marker Color Combo

It’s time for another Inspirational Copic Marker Color Combo! I’m using this gorgeous stamp from Tammy Tutterow Designs, Flower Swag. It’s actually one stamp and I’ve repeated it in different directions to create this gorgeous background. I stamped my image in Memento Black Ink onto my Copic Xpress Blending Paper and colored my flowers with my Copic Markers.

If you would like to see some more inspiration using Tammy Tutterow Designs Stamp line with Spellbinders check out today’s post of her Design Team. You’ll be sure to be super inspired!

Check out more of my Copic Inspiration Color Combos!

Floral Background Copic Marker Color Combo

Copic Markers used:

  • Pink flowers – R20, RV32, RV34
  • Berries – R89, RV34
  • White flowers – W1, W3
  • Yellow flowers – Y17, Y13, YR14, E23
  • Leaves – G21, G85
  • Hearts – R22
  • Background – B0000, BG000, B000

I used a piece of vellum cardstock, which still allows you to see the the background yet giving the card a textured look and it adds so much definition. I love doing this when I want more of the background or an image to show but still want to add layers.

Floral Background Copic Marker Color Combo

Speaking of backgrounds…

I have a new class coming out next week on creating your own backgrounds using Copic Markers — FREE HAND! Take a look at the backgrounds, we will be creating.

Here’s a list of the techniques you’ll be learning in this course.

Blending / Flicking

Blending multiple shades together


Leaves / Shrubbery


Depth Perception


Sand / Dirt

Coloring and creating textures

Clouds / Sky

How to Create Backgrounds with Copic Markers - Copic Tutorial - Online Copic Class

Join my Creating Backgrounds Class!

The class will be up, on Wednesday April 5th! You can sign up now.

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Floral Background Copic Marker Color Combo

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  1. Kathy/NorthCarolina

    The way you used the flower swag stamp for the background is just so clever! Also love the vellum panel and black gingham bow. It’s lovely!

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