MONO Multi Glue


Hi friends! Dani from @popfizzpaper here sharing how to create a foiled watercolor art print featuring my favorite celestial body, the moon! Did you know the moon rules my sign of Cancer? It’s one of my favorite things to paint, so let’s get started! SUPPLIES: Tombow Dual Brush Pens (N60, […]

Foiled Watercolor Moon Art Print


Hi crafty friends! It’s Dani from @popfizzpaper sharing a foiled envelope tutorial today! My tips and tricks today make this a quick and easy project to create, and really dresses up a simple envelope. Make sure to watch the process video at the end of this post to see just how easy […]

Create a Foiled Envelope with Stamps and Adhesive


Golden Table Decor
Welcome Fall! Marie Browning here to share an easy Golden Table Decor using one of my favorite Tombow Adhesives, MONO Multi XL Liquid Glue! It is called ‘Multi’ because of it’s ability to be sticky both wet and dry. That’s right, when the MONO Multi dries clear, it stays super […]

Create a Beautiful Golden Squash Centerpiece



Create beautiful scrapbook wall art with your stash 1
Did you know National Scrapbook Day is coming up? This year it’s being celebrated on Saturday May 6 and the day is meant to encourage crafters to get out their scrapbooking materials to celebrate the hobby they love. This week, the Tombow Design Team is sharing projects using scrapbooking materials […]

Scrapbook Wall Art for National Scrapbook Day





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Great theme Jennie! I have LOTS of experience with rain! Living in a rainforest on the west coast makes me an expert! You would think I would get tired of dark and wet days but I actually love the rain! I made my rain inspired piece on a page in […]

Jennie’s “April Showers” Challenge by Marie Browning


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This vintage card with a sewing theme demonstrates a few adhesive techniques for adding gold gilded accents.  I love to incorporate old ephemera into card designs, like a sheet from my Grandmamma‘s notebook of a smocking design and an old photo. Remember to color photocopy these pieces rather than using the […]

“Life’s a Stitch!” by Marie Browning