I used several of Tombow’s AWESOME products to make this. I will post links to them as I show you how I used them.
First, I gathered my supplies. In addition to the Tombow products, I used black paper from Graphic 45, A Diana Wakley stamp and a background paper I made myself.
After you stamp your image, tear around the edges and add ink to them. I used a few different Tombow Dual Brush Pens from 2 different sets ~ Brights and Manga Shojo.
Next I went over the marker areas with a paint brush and water, to blend the colors and give a watercolor effect.
I used theTombow Stamp Runner Dot Pattern Adhesive to adhere my papers to my card. This Stamp runner is soooo cool! You can use it as an adhesive runner or point it straight up and use it to “Stamp” adhesive squares exactly where you want them.
To give my stamped paper dimension, I used Tombow Foam Tabs. These foam pads instantly create a 3D effect to your project.
After I adhered all my papers and added some ink splatter I decided I wanted to give a watercolor effect to the flower on the front (it’s art, I’m allowed to change my mind! 🙂 ). I took a blue and a green Tombow Dual Brush Pen and scribbled some ink on my craft mat. Then I picked up the ink with my Tombow Blender Pen and applied it to the flower. You can buy a blender pen alone, but you get one free in every set of 10 Dual Brush Pens!
Finally I adhered some gems and a bow with my favorite, Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue. This glue dries clear and makes a permanent bond when used wet. But if you use it and let it dry, it becomes repositionable adhesive! Sweet!
Thank you for visiting today! Please be sure to check out all the links to the Tombow products I used.
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I love your mixed media card! It’s really beautiful!!! TFS 🙂
Nice job!! love those colors.
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