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Hello everyone! Kerry Engel here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog playing with the Paper House Productions collection – Paradise Found Beach collection. Do you ever see a paper collection and instantly know that you have a picture that was made for that collection? That’s exactly what happened when I saw the Paper House Productions “Paradise Found” collection. I’ve had this photo of my daughter on a boat cruise in Californian for about 4 years – waiting for the perfect inspiration.  I also have to admit that I’m addicted to Paper House Productions large image patterned papers. I love the challenge of building a layout that ties into the image on the paper. My goal with this layout was to keep things soft and calm like my photo, to maintain that “magic hour” glow and to tie in my image with the background paper. Here’s how I went about it.…

This month design team member Betty Hung as created a gorgeous floral illustration with a TON of possibilities. Betty has left the drawing empty, with no designs within the petals. You can color it as is or you can add your own patterns as Betty has done on her take below. Here is the April Coloring Card Click Here to download. Here is Betty’s take on this month’s card that includes tons of little intricate patterns inside the petals. GORGEOUS! Betty colored her card using Tombow Dual Brush pens.Dual Brush Pens have two tips – a versatile, flexible nylon brush tip and a fine tip for smooth lines, with a single ink reservoir ensuring exact color match. Create fine, medium or bold strokes by a change in brush pressure or draw consistent lines for borders, graphics and tight drawings with the fine tip. Water-based ink is blendable, odorless and acid-free…

Hello everyone Kerry Engel here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog. Today I am having some SERIOUS fun with my Tombow Dual Brush pens! While I was in Barcelona last spring we toured many of Antoni Guadi’s buildings.  I completely fell in love with Guadi’s work, especially his tiles and stain glass. They inspired many pages in my art journal and this layout. When I got home I knew I had to try a scrapbook page with the technique.  I used watercolour paper as my base, a good mixed media paper would work well too. I taped the paper to my surface with washi tape to keep any wild paint spots from migrating too far off the page. To create the tiles I drew random shapes with Tombow Dual Brush pens. My vision was to create a rainbow wave of colour. I started drawing the shapes in one corner of the…

Pens, markers, adhesives, colouring pencils…we use them every day! We use them at the office, at home and of course for our hobbies! I would almost be willing to bet most of us have at least one Tombow product in our collection, even if you aren’t aware of it! American Tombow Inc. American Tombow Inc. is located in Suwanee, Georgia, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tombow Pencil Co., Ltd. of Tokyo, Japan. They are an industry leader with over 100 years of expertise behind them. Starting as a company who manufactured wood-cased lead and colored pencils, they have diversified to include office pens, markers, correction tapes, glue sticks, adhesives…the list is long! Tombow is passionate about offering the finest and most innovative office, art and craft supplies in the business. They strive to make their products cutting edge and affordable! Search the web! You don’t have to search too far…

Have you tried creating a watercolor effect on a scrapbook page or a card lately? For some reason when people say “watercolor” I get all nervous – like only highly trained artists can create a fun watercolor effect. I am also very guilty of purchasing all kinds of fancy things with the word watercolor on them in hopes that they might some day turn me into a watercolor artists!  LOL! Okay I just solidified to you all that I am slightly crazy! The Web Show When Kelly Klapstein filmed this webshow with us a few months back I was excited!  Easy watercolor effect is only a STAMP away!!! YAHOOO! Pair that up with ink, the Brother ScanNCut and some Tombow Dual Brush pens and voila! You got yourself an EASY, ANYONE can re-create card! I love it. The Supplies The base of the card is Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock. A…

Each and every month we offer our followers a FREE colouring card  template designed by the SUPER talented Betty Hung!  These cards are meant to be printed out on the cardstock of your choice, folded in half and coloured, painted or inked with your favourite colouring medium. You can then give this super cute card away OR simply enlarge the image  and use it as a colouring page. These cards are PERFECT for practicing your colouring and shading techniques. If things didn’t work out the way you wanted them the first time  – print it out again! Easy as that. LOVE IT! August Template This month’s card is a beautiful tree illustration with a fun loving quote that will surely put a smile on that special someone’s face. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD your FREE Colouring card. Betty Hung’s Take on the Card SUPPLIES USED Betty used Tombow Dual Brush pens to…

It is always a treat to have our very own designer Kelly Klapstein on our web show Technique Tasters #114 – Making Waves and Words with the Brother ScanNCut. On this show, Kelly will walk you through a variety of different techniques she used to create this Bon Voyage card. The techniques include – stamping, drawing and cutting with the Brother ScanNCut, creative lettering AND the addition of BoBunny Glitter Paste – which just happens to be a personal favourite of mine. Thanks Kelly! Kelly put together a variety of different products to create the title, the stamped image and my favourite – the glitter wave at the bottom of the card. Products Used The Brother ScanNCut cut out AND drew a number of elements on this card. You definitely want to check out how the ScanNCut also draws with just about any pen.  BoBunny patterned paper along with some fabulous…

Basic stenciling technique that will take your next card or project to new heights. On our web show today Kelly Klapstein  is using stencils, texture paste and paint to do just that! She makes it look so easy! Here is the card Kelly will be creating. Using supplies from Heartfelt Creations – The beautiful Winking Frog collection – that will have you smiling as you turn the pages in this patterned paper pack. Tombow- Dual Brush pens are the perfect choice to add hand lettering or doodles to your project.  Art-C – has an entire line of self adhesive stencils along with coordinating stamps. Perfect for adding texture on any of your projects.Watch Kelly  as she walks you through each step highlighting the above products . Adding texture to your cards using stencils, texture paint and paste is so fun and the results always have that WOW factor! Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdpjeHMfrLc&t=25s Happy Scrapbooking…

Cloud Splash Decorative Paper by Marie Browning for Tombow Make beautiful cloud splash paper for a decorative page in your scrapbook or cut it down for inspiring cards.Materials Tombow Xtreme Tape Runner Tombow Blending Kit Tombow Dual Brush Pen, 555 – Aquamarine Watercolor paper Uncooked rice Instructions Step 1: Cover the Blending Palette from the Blending Kit with ink from the Dual Brush Pen in 555-Aquamarine. Place the palette face down onto the watercolor paper, then lift.Step 2: Dry off the palette with a paper towel. Repeat step 1 to cover the entire piece of watercolor paper. Do this quickly to avoid the splash from drying. If it does dry, just spritz on a little water with the mister to moisten.Step 3: Immediately sprinkle on uncooked rice onto the still wet paper.Step 4: Let dry and brush off the rice. The resulting decorative paper can be used for a scrapbooking…

Best part of each month is a FREE COLOURING card designed by the SUPER talented Betty Hung! Here is May’s card – all ready for you to start colouring! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD your FREE Colouring card and start colouring today. Here is Betty’s finished project. Betty coloured the project using Tombow Dual Brush pens. The results are simply stunning! Visit Betty’s  blog – Color Art – for more colouring inspiration  SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door