RubberMoon and Copic Background

RubberMoon and Copic Background

April 23, 2014 |  by  |  Copics, Tutorials

Hello RubberMoon fans!  Welcome to my blog!  As promised I have a second tutorial using Gretchen Ehrsam’s  Striped Cat  I created another card but this time wanted a completely different look to show you the versatility of one stamp and a fun different technique with Copic Various Inks (the refills).  The supplies I used are:

Striped Cat stamp by Gretchen Ehrsam, a white Sharpie paint pen, Copic Various ink in V04, V17 and RV66, a 2″ Art Square, and StazOn opaque white ink.


Step #1 – Drip Copic Ink directly onto the art square.  The colors will bleed quite a bit so you will only need 3 or 4 drops of 3 colors.



Step #2 – After the ink is completely dry, use StazOn opaque white ink to stamp your image onto your square.


Step #3 – Use an opaque white pen to add doodles onto your square, my FAVORITE white marker is a Sharpie poster paint pen.


Step #4 – Add your square onto your card base, I used a wine colored card stock and white Swiss Dot Cardstock from Bazzill and a small piece of Kraft card stock, I added pearls and more doodling with my Sharpie.


Thank you so much for stopping by today to take a peek at my RubberMoon creation.  Make sure to stop by the RubberMoon blog as well if you have not had a chance to this week!  Nancy posted an amazing inky tutorial there Monday!

Happy Wednesday!







  1. You do such beautiful work and I LOVE this technique!! Thank you SO much for sharing. Completely wish I had all day to play!!

  2. Wow, Michelle! Love this!

  3. So pretty with the alcohol ink base!

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