Watercolor

Projects using Tombow products to create watercolor effects



Create A Galaxy Book Plate 1
Hi everybody! It’s Bonnie from Archer and Olive. Today’s project is inspired by an all-time favorite book of mine, “The Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy” by Douglas Adams. Of course, I had to use my Tombow Dual Brush Pen Galaxy 10-Pack. They’re beautiful, and perfect for today’s book plate project. […]

Create a Galaxy Bookplate With Tombow Dual Brush Pens Galaxy ...




Art Journaling with the XL Blending Palette by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow
Hello hello, Jessica from BrownPaperBunny here to show you a fun way to do some art journaling with the new XL Blending Palette! The new extra large size means you can color an entire journal page with a watercolor effect quickly and easily, so we’re going to turn three pages […]

Art Journaling with the XL Blending Palette


Hi friends! Dani from @popfizzpaper here today sharing how to use your travelers notebook as an art journal! I love using my TN for an art journal because the pages are big enough to get creative, but small enough to be less overwhelming. Today I’m creating a spread that reminds me to […]

Choose Joy Art Journal Spread in a Travelers Notebook


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Hi Tombow fans! This is Jennie! Today I’m going to show you how I made this galaxy girl. I’m also sharing a quick lesson about warm and cool colors. Supplies List: Tombow Dual Brush Pens Art Journal or Watercolor Paper Tombow XL Blending Palette Watercolor Brush Tombow MONO Drawing Pencil […]

Galaxy Girl: A Lesson About Warm and Cool Colors



How to Make a Scrap Tag Art Journal with Beth watson of Creatively Beth
Good morning y’all, Beth here with @creativelybeth to share an easy way to create a scrap tag art journal with a fun rainbow theme!  When creating watercolor backgrounds with my Tombow Dual Brush Pens, I always make extra and then keep ALL the scraps.  Back in April, I made this […]

How to Make a Scrap Tag Art Journal


DIY wedding congratulations card tutorial with Tombow #wedding #diywedding #handlettering
Hi everybody! This is Amy from Ampersyme. Since wedding season is upon us, I thought it would be fun to create a simple and elegant congratulations card in four easy steps. Supplies: Mixed Media or Watercolor Paper Small cup of water Paper towels Paintbrush in round size 6, 8, or […]

Make Your Own DIY Wedding Congratulations Card


Lauren Fitzmaurice of Renmade Calligraphy shows a fun and easy technique using the awesome new XL Blending Palette from Tombow USA. For more information about the products used in this tutorial check out tombowusa.com.
Creating colorful watercolor creations just got so much easier with the new Tombow XL Blending Palette! Load all the color onto this amazingly large palette that is perfect for so many fun craft and lettering projects! WHAT YOU’LL NEED A set of white cards and coordinating envelopes Your choice of Tombow […]

DIY Lettered Watercolor Cards with the XL Blending Palette



Using the XL blending palette to turn dual brush pens into watercolor paint. 2
Hi there! It’s Bonnie from Archer and Olive. Painting has been a hobby of mine since childhood. Did you know you can use the Tombow Dual Brush Pens as watercolors? Using the new Tombow XL Blending Palette, I’m going to show you the super simple, and totally fun process of […]

Create a Watercolor Masterpiece with the New XL Blending Palette


Sunflower Watercolor Card_Adrienne 10 2
Hello everyone, Adrienne from @studio80design here to show you how to create a greeting card with a watercolor background using the new Tombow XL Blending Palette! If you love the original Blending Palette, you’ll love this one even more! The new XL Blending Palette is 8×10 inches so there is […]

DIY Watercolor Floral Card with the XL Blending Palette


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Hey Tombow fans! This is Jennie. Every art project, no matter how big or small starts with pencil. I wanted to create an art journaling piece with the Bride of Frankenstein. If you need tips for drawing faces you can read this post by Katie. To make this project you’ll […]

How to Draw a Bride of Frankenstein Portrait using Pencil