lettering tutorial


How to create sewing inspired stitched lettering with @tombowusa Dual Brush Pens. Learn how in this step by step tutorial from @lovableletters. #tombow #letteringtutorial #lettering
Hi everyone, Marcella from Lovable Letters here! I’ve been sewing a lot since quarantine began, so I decided to combine my newfound sewing skills with lettering. I’m showing you how I created this stitched lettering in six easy steps.   Materials: Tombow Dual Brush Pens – 126, 249, 452, 526, […]

Stitched Lettering Tutorial


Then use the gray tip to add a shadow to your lettering.
Hello Tombow fans! It’s Mandy from @thebrewtifulword here to show you how to create simple and easy Thanksgiving table decor! These silverware holders are so easy to make and sure to make your family laugh! Let’s gather our supplies and get started! MATERIALS Tombow Xtreme Adhesive Tombow Twin Tip Fudenosuke […]

Simple and Easy Thanksgiving Table Decor


Learn how to create a fun and easy patriotic border with Adrienne from Studio 80 Design!
Hi friends, Adrienne from Studio 80 Design here to share a fun and easy Fourth of July border tutorial! Anyone can create this page, it’s that simple! Let’s get started! Materials you’ll need: Dot Grid Notebook Tombow TwinTone Markers in various shades of red and blue Tombow MONO Drawing Pencil […]

Fourth Of July Border Tutorial



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Hi crafty friends! It’s Dani from @popfizzpaper here with today’s tutorial! This week, the Design Team has been challenged with recreating a past project to see how far we’ve come in our craftiness. Today I’m recreating a handmade card using my heat embossed lettering technique. I came up with this idea last […]

How to Heat Emboss Hand Lettering


Create Your Own Lettering Style in 5 Easy Steps 5
Have you ever wanted to create your very own lettering style? Hi, everyone! It’s Lauren and I am so excited to share with you about how to use a little inspiration and Tombow USA goodness to make a unique hand lettering style that is all your own. Right now, it’s […]

Create Your Own Lettering Style in 5 Easy Steps