Copic Refills On White Board Cardstock

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Last night I wanted to play around with a technique I discovered this time last year.  On a whim, I had purchased some white board cardstock from Michael's.  It just looked interesting.  When I got it home I had the challenge of figuring out what to do with it.  When I saw how Copic refill liquid reacted when applied to the paper I was in love!
The colors swirl, and move, and blend together so beautifully.  It dries rather quickly, but can scratch if you're not careful with how you handle it.  I added a simple embossed sentiment from a Waffle Flower stamp set. 

 If you're interested, I have linked the past projects below.
Past projects using this Copic Refill Technique:
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Cardstock: WP9 Black, White, Lake House, DCWV White Board
Stamps: WF On My Mark
Ink: Versamark Ink
Dies: WP9 Sunshine Layers, SSS Stitched Rectangle Dies, WP9 DE Banner
Other: Copic Refills, White Embossing Powder


  1. the whiteboard card looks so interesting - never knew there was such a thing - and your card turned out so lovely with the copic refills

  2. I've not seen this before, Kara .. looks so cool! Sadly, I'm just grateful to have a few Copics from friends. I'm sure I'll be buying them soon enough! Thanks!
    =] Michele

  3. I know I have shiny card stock somewhere from doing alcohol techniques YEARS ago. Now I have to figure out where I might have put it!! I LOVE the results of the refills. Such pretty colors!!

  4. I've never seen this product but I love what you've don with it!!

  5. What a stunning look. Such a bright and vibrant technique - like watercoloring on acid LOL

  6. Wow..Copic can be such fun...really beautiful cards Kara! :)
    Suchi xx

  7. Very interesting technique, Kara, Thanks for sharing! Thanks for joining in the fun at the colourQ!

  8. WOW - that's super cool! And the cards you made are sooo Beautiful!!!

  9. what a cool effect, this color combination is so pretty. Love your card.


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