You can see everything you need at a glance in our photo. The edding acrylic and oil pad (shown here in A4) is the perfect partner for the special properties of our acrylic markers. If you wish, you can download our template and print it out.
We recommend that you sketch out your motif in pencil first. This means that when you come to the next step, all you have to do is colour it in. This means you don’t have to worry about making unwanted strokes of the pen that would alter your design.
Colour in all the large areas using the broad edding 5000 acrylic marker (neon pink in our photo). Its broad chisel nib is quick and easy to use, making it perfect for large areas. Always let one colour dry before continuing with the next. That way, you can stop the colours running into each other.
Now continue by drawing the smaller motifs (such as the petals shown in our picture). Pens with a medium nib, such as the edding 5100 medium acrylic marker in opulent turquoise, are particularly good for this.
Once you've finished and the paint has dried, use the fine edding 5300 acrylic marker to add delicate highlights, such as classy mauve for the centres on the flowers, and use moss green for the stems.
Products and materials
- Template, if desired
Subscribe to our newsletter, and we’ll send you inspirational and creative DIY ideas, along with details of our latest products and special offers.