Stacey does little bit of everything. She says, “You name it, I probably do it. If I haven’t, it’s probably in the works.”
For her Sticky U project, Stacey decided to come up with a creative way to use the paper scraps that you love but don’t know exactly what to do with.
Check out these adorable birthday cards: Stacey says, “I personally LOVE to make & send cards to friends & family on various occassions. It’s just an extra, personal step I like to do and it means more than a simple text, Facebook message or email.”
We were so excited to have Betty Wright be a part of Sticky U!
Betty was part of our 100 days of Tombow campaign!
For that project, Betty created a BEAUTIFUL card with our Irojiten Colored Pencils.
(If you missed that project, here it is!) Betty Wright is a wife, mom of two, and teacher.
She was introduced to stamping in 2002 and has been hooked ever since.
She finds it fascinating to see the things she can create with paper.
Our fourth project comes from our YOUNGEST member of Sticky U! Lily Criswell is only 9 YEARS OLD!
She loves to do crafts with my mom.
Her mother, Michelle Criswell is one of Tombow’s Favorite partners.
She is the Co-owner of Jaded Blossom.
Lily has been crafting since she was little and now has her very own blog ! Lily loves to make paper crafts as well as the rainbow loom bracelets. She just received a sewing machine so she said “I’m excited to start classes with that next month!”
Lily might have a crafty mom, but this project is all her own.
She is the first Junior DT member at SVG Cutting Files and we are excited to have her Guest Design with Tombow Next month!
When asked if she wanted to be part of Sticky U, Michelle said this was her response, “She flipped out, so its a def YES!!!!”
Check out how she made this cute 3D Crayon Box here.
Keep up with Tombow’s Sticky University crafts by searching #StickyU on our Social Media Outlets!
Debbie Fisher has issued up a challenge on the Tombow blog. Debbie has challenged us to create a card/project with a sunshine theme.
Well, the sun sure has been shining here and it made for some awesome inspiration for my card.
This card is a fun size at 3″ x 6″. I started this one by heading to my Silhouette library and looking for a sun and sentiment. I found this fun sun and cut it out in orange and yellow cardstocks. I layered the orange to the yellow using Tombow Mono Multi and then popped it up using Tombow Foam Tabs and then adhered to the top left corner of my card with another foam tab. The cloud and orange cardstocks were added to a yellow card base using Tombow Xtreme Adhesive.
Here is a panel showing a sunflower sprouting up to a tall sunflower and a friendly ant waving hello!
Don’t forget to accent the front of your envelope with some sunflower DoodleDabs! I used Foam Tabs to raise up the main panel, MONODots Adhesive to attach the panels and rick rack and a light brown Irojiten Pencilto edge all the panels.
Want to learn more DoodleDabs? Stay tuned, my book “Brush Marker Magic” Design Originals Publication will be out soon and includes oodles of step-outed DoodleDabs!
It’s challenge week on Tombow and I am your hostess. My challenge is to use the color yellow and sunshine some where on your project. The inspiration for this challenge is the Box/Basket of Sunshine ideas I’ve seen on Pinterest. I even have a Box of Sunshine board if you would like to visit it for more ideas.
I created this card for my basket of goodies that is going to a friend who is going through a tough time. I wanted something to cheer her up and I hope this does it. If you would like to see my basket of goodies that I made to give her, gohere. There are recipes and other ideas for you in creating a Basket of Sunshine.
I used the Sun Shaped Card and Every Day Mini files from Cutting Cafe. The patterned papers are adhered to the card with MONO Adhesive Dots and the layers are put together using Xtreme Adhesive. To adhere the bow, I used a Power Tab.
If you would like a chance to win the Tombow products that I used on this card, be sure to play along and add your project using the linky below.
Laura describes herself as “a working grandma who like Cooking, crafting, and everything in between!”
She is a Phoenix based working Mom and Grandmother.
She also loves to cook, bake, sew and do all types of crafts.
As soon as we saw all the adorable projects on Pink Cake Plate, we knew she had to be part of Sticky U!
This is the perfect quick craft for any party. Alter it for your theme, and you are sure to impress your guest! The BEST part is that it only takes 10 MINUTES to create! Click here to see her post blog! You can also check out Pink Cake Plate for cute project ideas! Keep up with Tombow’s Sticky University crafts by searching #StickyU on our Social Media Outlets!