Wedding


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


Hello everyone, it’s Katie from Studio Katie here! This week on the Tombow blog we’ve been sharing wedding related projects, so I wanted to share a project that will make for a really fantastic wedding gift: A custom couple portrait! I’ll be sharing a few tips on how to create […]

Easy Wedding Gift! Illustrate a Custom Couple Portrait


Lauren Fitzmaurice of @renmadecalligraphy takes you step by step through creating elegant wedding envelopes using brush calligraphy and lettering supplies from TombowUSA.com.
Add a personal touch to your special day with elegant DIY wedding envelopes in this fun tutorial! It’s Lauren here and addressing envelopes is one of my favorite lettering projects. However, a lot of details go into the design and creation of pretty lettered envelopes. Follow me step-by-step into the […]

5 Steps to Elegant DIY Wedding Envelopes



Create this bridesmaid card with Tombow Supplies
Hi! It’s Bonnie from Archer and Olive here today taking over Tombow‘s blog to show you how to create this cute little bridesmaid card and lined envelope. It’s officially wedding season! You may know a bride-to-be, or you may be one yourself (if so, congrats!). This great little tutorial will […]

Create This Bridesmaid Card and Envelope Liner


Happy Monday! This is Jennie with today’s easy and affordable project! Guess what? Wedding Season is upon us! This week the Tombow Design Team is taking care of the wedding party! The ladies responsible for holding the dress, keeping the bride calm and wearing ugly dresses… The Bridesmaids! In this […]

Bridesmaid Gift Ideas On A Budget By Jennie Garcia