The Tombow booth at the Craft & Hobby tradeshow has LOTS of team spirit!
Many scrapbookers love Tombow adhesive, and their newest Xtreme High Performance Permanent Adhesive tape runner is exactly what it delivers….extremely strong bonds for all kinds of applications. Even mixed media artists are happy with its powerful adhesion!
For dimension, there is Foam Tape and 3D Foam Tabs:
The Tombow Adhesive Dots are packaged as individual pieces that are COLOURED! That’s right…you will easily see your Adhesive Dot!
You can also use these for embellishments, just as shown in the centre of these flowers dusted with glitter.
Including all the adhesive products, Tombow also has an amazing selection of markers, pencils and pens.
For anyone who loves to draw and colour, with or without stamps, Tombow has everything you need…and more!
The Dual Brush Pens are water-based ink and are super popular!
There is a marker/pen set for doodling, too!
There are professional Drawing Pencils and Color Pencils – so many varieties of colors, widths and point strengths to choose from, the possibilities for your next project are endless. There is even a line of recycled color pencils made with recycled wood and manufactured to have less of an impact on the environment.
The Irojiten color pencils are amazing and the colour selection is unbelievable!
I was even more excited about the specialty erasers that work with the color pencils, ink marks, ballpoint, etc! [Not that I make many mistake!]
Two very popular black markers are the Fudenosuke Brush Pen and the Mono Twin Permanent Marker.
And guess what? The Signature Designer for Tombow is a Canadian! Marie Browning! Marie has also written lots of books about the artistry of colouring for those of us interested in learning more.
Tombow also initiated a fun program called Sticky University… or Sticky U, where they invited crafters and artists of all kinds to use their adhesives in their work and give feedback. Here is a recent update:
Tombow Finishes Strong with Sticky University Finale
Sticky U Graduates Class of 2014 Crafting Community Through Xtreme Testing
ATLANTA – Jan. 19, 2015 – Tombow, a 100-year-old art, craft and office supply company, has graduated its 2014 class of craft, mommy and do-it-yourself bloggers from the program, Sticky University (Sticky U).
Launched in June, Sticky U has reached its goal of teaching 50 online craft bloggers to become “sticky subject matter experts” by December 31, 2014. Graduates received a custom certificate from the Sticky U professor and an official Sticky U T-shirt.
Sticky U challenged an elite group of esteemed craft industry leaders to test Xtreme Adhesive, Tombow’s strongest tape runner to ever enter the American market, on their most demanding craft and do-it-yourself projects – specifically those that use mixed media materials including fabric, glass, wood and more. This elite group was given the opportunity to be the premier users of this new adhesive and share their experiences on Tombow’s social media channels, the Tombow USA Blog, the Sticky U Pinterest Board, Tombow’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Bloggers who are interested in learning more about Sticky U should contact Brittany Gibson, public relations for Tombow. For more craft projects featuring Xtreme Adhesive, visit the Tombow USA Blog.
Tombow is today’s market leader for arts, crafts and office products. Serving consumers and businesses around the globe, Tombow was established in Japan in 1913 as the wood-case pencil provider for Japanese students. Since these beginnings and reinforced by a history of unparalleled customer service, Tombow has grown the company’s portfolio to an award-winning worldwide provider of adhesive tape, ballpoint pens, correction tape, drawing pencils, dual brush pens, glue sticks and liquid glues manufactured in facilities located in Japan, Southeast Asia and Thailand. Worldwide operating divisions distribute Tombow branded products in their respective geographies. For more information, visit www.tombowusa.com or join the conversation via the Tombow USA Blog, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube.