Marie Browning


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  All you need is some moss, a spoon, a bird charm, some beads for eggs and a bit of ribbon and Tombow Adhesives will transform them into this charming ‘Spoon Nest!’ Incredibly easy to put together using Xtreme Mounting Putty, NEW from Tombow. I also used a little MONO […]

Spoon Nest by Marie Browning


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To make the photo holder you will need: 6″ x 6″ x 1 3/4″  wooden canvas, Beautiful cardstock that matches your decor, Letter blocks (you could also use children’s wooden blocks for a different look!) Mono Aqua Liquid Glue, Xtreme Tabs and Foam Tape. For the letter block photo holders, […]

Vintage Heart Photo Holder




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This month’s Tombow challenge is hosted by Marie. The theme is Shadow Boxes! For my project I made Christmas Ornaments using cookie cutters as shadow boxes frames. First I traced the cookie cutter into the paper, cut the design out and glue the border of the cookie cutter to the […]

Marie’s Challenge: Christmas Ornaments By Jennie Garcia





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Make something with books as my inspiration? Challenge accepted! This is an easy challenge Jennie as I LOVE working with book pages! This Roster tag features a technique I developed called Subtractive Stamping. It uses book pages that have been scanned and printed (actual book pages are too delicate to […]

Jennie’s Book Challenge by Marie Browning



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Here is a ZIA (Zentangle Inspired Artwork) rose that was created using the Fudenosuke Pen, Dual Brush Pens, Blending Palette and Foam Tabs. Look closely at the black lines of the rose. they are varied lines, or lines that go from thin to thick. These are the lines the Fudenosuke […]

Tangled Rose by Marie Browning



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Welcome to the final day of the Chalk Hop with Fancy Pants Designs and Tombow! I created some simple packaging using the Burlap & Bouquets Collection and Chalk Tags from Fancy Pants Designs. With Tombow’s adhesives and Irojiten Pencils I added personalized touches and adhered everything together! I thought these would […]

Chalk Hop with Fancy Pants Designs – second project by ...