Pantone Color Of The Year Inspired Wall Decor 1


Hey Tombow friends, this is Jennie! Today, I am sharing a project inspired by Pantone’s Color of the Year: Classic Blue. I love this color!

I have four easy techniques you can use to create patterned papers! I’ll be using these to make a monochromatic wall decor piece!

Supplies:

Technique #1: Dripping

Scribble on the Tombow Blending Palette with a Tombow Dual Brush Pen. Spray water on it with the Tombow Spray Mister. Let the drops fall on the paper. Keep adding water to get lighter drops.

This is a project inspired by Pantone's Color of the year, 19-4052 Classic Blue. It's the color of tranquility, concentration, clarity, resilience and reflection. #tombow #pantonecoloroftheyear

Technique #2: Blow Painting

Follow the steps of the first technique. Then, use an airbrush tool or blow air using a straw to move the color around. You can keep adding drops and moving them until you are happy with the result.

Use an airbrush tool or blow air using a straw to move the color around. You can keep adding drops and moving them until you are happy with the result. #tombow

I used this technique to do the background of the wall art piece. For the flowers, I used photo paper. For the background, I used watercolor paper.

Use an airbrush tool or blow air using a straw to move the color around. You can keep adding drops and moving them until you are happy with the result. #tombow

 

Technique #3: Stencil Drawings

I used a ruler and the Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen to create this pattern. You can also use the fine tip of the Tombow Dual Brush Pens but I used the fine tip of the Tombow TwinTone Marker.

Technique: Stencil Drawings I used the ruler that comes with the Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen to create this pattern. You can use the fine tip of the Tombow Dual Brush Pens but I used the fine tip of the Tombow TwinTone Dual Tip Marker. #tombow

Technique #4: Airbrush

The Tombow Dual Brush Pens work with airbrush tools like the eBrush. You can use the tool with a stencil or by itself. You can see the tool in action HERE!

Technique: Airbrush- The Tombow Dual Brush Pens works with airbrush tools like the eBrush. You can use the tool with a stencil or by itself. #tombow

Now it’s time to cut your DIY pattern paper paper with dies or punches!

I have 5 techniques you can use with monochromatic projects. You can easily create patterned paper with these techniques! #tombow

I wanted dimension on my wall decor piece, so I removed the glass from the frame and used the Tombow Foam Tape and Tombow Foam Tabs to make my flowers pop! I used them between each layer, which is perfect for wall decor.

Use the Tombow Foam Tape and Tombow Foam Tabs to make the flowers on the wall decor piece pop! #tombow #diy

Try these DIY patterns with your kids and make your own wall art decor!

Try these DIY patterns and make your own wall art decor! #tombow #diydecor

Here are three more wall decor ideas to try: Valentine’s Day, Spring Monograms and Classroom Stations.

Try these DIY patterns and make your own wall art decor! #tombow #diydecor

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

Tombow 2019 Design Team: Jennie Garcia


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