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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…

Hi Everyone! It’s Kelly Klapstein here today, and I’m sharing a project I designed using Tombow products and the Brother ScanNCut machine. I love making inspirational signs and home décor pieces and thought I would brighten up my studio space with a rainbow. Of course, I knew I would use Tombow Dual Brush pens to create the rainbow because, well, Tombow pens come in every colour imaginable and more! I started by drawing the clouds on Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock with my Tombow drafting Mono pencil. And whenever I am using a pencil, I have one of Tombow’s erasers on hand. I just love this MONO Knock eraser that dispenses like a pen, so you have a fine tip eraser for lines. Then I traced over my pencil lines with the bullet nib end of the black Tombow Dual Brush pen. Now I was ready to cut out my clouds…and not…

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

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! Today I thought I would switch things up a bit from what I normally create and create some tags that you could use for any occasion. Using the beautiful Lavender Breeze Collection from FabScraps, a few fabulous chipboard pieces and flowers from Southern Ridge Trading Company, wonderful stones and embossing powder from Emerald Creek Craft Supplies and a variety of products from Ranger, I was able to create these beautiful Any Occasion Tags. Make sure to grab a cup of your favourite beverage, as I show you how to recreate my tags in the comfort of your own home. To start, pull out two #8 Manilla Craft Tags from Ranger. With your tags out, you’ll need the Memory Lane and Simplicity patterned paper from FabScraps. Trace one tag on the Memory Lane patterned paper and trace the other tag on the Simplicity patterned paper. Make sure to also mark…

Check out this card designed by Tracy McLennon featuring Art-C The entire card is created from an Art-C Collage Ephemera Kit Tracy inked the edges with Clearsnap pigment ink. The entire card is stuck together using Tombow Xtreme adhesive Have a wonderful day everyone! To see more of Tracy’s work visit her blog – Scrappy Chick Designs! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

Check out Kim Gowdy’s super fun party SPA invitations! SUPPLIES: Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock, Art Impressions stamps, Ranger distress crayons, Dylusions paint pen and  ink, Fancy Pants Designs stickers, Bazzill Basics Paper cardstock, Tombow Mono Multi adhesive, unknown ribbon. TOTALLY love Art Impressions stamps – they are true SMILE MAKERS! Kim coloured her stamped images with Ranger distress crayons and Dylusions paint pen Finally she stuck everything together with Tombow Mono Multi adhesive Kim I hope you send me one of these invitations! Happy Sunday everyone! To see more of Kim’s work – visit her blog – It’s a Beautiful Day! For more spring and Easter inspiration, be sure to get a current copy of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine; it’s full of ideas!

April Sketchy Challenge Blog Post 3-in-1 challenge. Happy April everyone! Kerry Engel here.  I thought this month we could talk about design principles. I’ve always been a disciple of the CRAP Method of designing: Contrast, Repetition, Alignment and Proximity. These are the four principles that dictate pretty much everything I create. Here’s how I’ve used these principles in the April sketch: Contrast is created through the placement of the photo strip on the left and the white space on the right. Repetition is expressed through the repeating of the circle motif and the rectangular shapes in the photos and journaling blocks. Alignment is achieved by keeping all the spaces between the elements a similar distance apart. Proximity is attained by keeping “like” elements close and tight. The journaling is kept together (in one area) and isn’t spread all over and the photos are kept collected in one area too. This…

On today’s show Kelly Klapstein will demonstrate how to draw with the Brother ScanNCut 2 using some of our favourite products. Here is the card Kelly will be creating Here is a little look at the products Kelly used… Simple Stories – Life In Color Collection Brother ScanNCut2 Tombow Dual Brush pens Grab a coffee and watch this card come together. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9Qn7aSvqvE Happy Scrapbooking everyone! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

Hello Everyone! Corina Finley here with you today to share my ‘Simple Pleasures’ Coffee themed layout featuring Heartfelt Creations and Southern Ridge Trading Co. chipboard. I created this page to capture my Sunday morning ritual. On Sundays, my oldest son brings me my first cup of coffee of the day in bed! I get to start my day by laying back and relaxing with my dog Kuma. He thinks that the king size bed really belongs to him and sleeps whichever direction he wants! I like to start my projects by collecting the supplies that I think I will need from around my studio and having them on my work surface.  I do still have to grab other items as my design idea changes but I find by doing this it cut back on getting distracted. I chose to use Bazzill Java cardstock and the Coffee Bean Pattern Paper from…

February ‘s theme is Love and Valentine’s Day, and Betty Hung has designed another gorgeous card for you to colour. We just love that lettering with the ribbon effect and the word “Love” ! Betty used Tombow Dual Brush pens and Irojiten Coloring pencils to create this card. Here is what the download card looks like. You can print it on regular 8.5″ x 11″ copy paper, colour it, cut it out and give it to someone special. Click HERE to download this coloring card….and enjoy! To see more of Betty’s beautiful art, click HERE to visit her website www.colorart.ca To see more of these products in action, be sure to pick up our latest issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine. Use MAGFINDER to find a store near you!