Galaxy Background with Ebrush & Copic Markers


I was very inspired the other day to dig out my Ebrush to create some backgrounds. Let me show you what I did! 


An ebrush to pretty much like an Air brush but you plug it in instead of having to worry about a air can. I've had mine for at least a year and rarely touched it. It was one of those "gotta have now" items and then it sat on my shelf. Well... I saw a post from Sandy Allnock that inspired me to dig it out.

I used a variety of copic markers to spray my background and create this fun galaxy! This was so much easier to create rather then color each of these colors on the paper. I have no clue what marker colors I used as I was just playing around.


I sprayed the colors onto Neenah Solar White cardstock since that is what I would typically use anyway for coloring. Once I was satisfied, I flicked on some white paint for stars. 

When everything was dry, I trimmed it down to 3 3/4" x 5" and attached to a white notecard. I diecut several Dude words and layered them for dimension. Then cut one more from Silver cardstock and added to the top.

This amazing sentiment worked perfect with my background. It is from the ever-amazing Emphatic stamp set. If it's not in stock, hit the Notify Me button so you can get your hands on it when it comes back in stock. I use this stamp set all the time! 


This really was a quick card to put together and I'm so happy with how it turned out. Can't wait to create more backgrounds with the ebrush! 

Here is board you can Pin and save for future reference.


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