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Needful Things #tombow100

Needful Things is a blog by Melissa!
At her blog, you will find that it is mostly about my coloring addiction with markers.
She says that you might occasionally see a peek of her family and animal rescue work.

Check out this beautiful card she created for the 100 days of Tombow Program:

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You can see just how Melissa created this beautiful card by clicking here!

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A Fourth Life #tombow100

 ”A Fourth Life” is a created and maintained by Kren Kurts!
Her slogan is “Keep it simple! Keep it Fun!”
Kren says, “ I hope your day is filled with creativity.”

Check out this beautiful card she created for the 100 days of Tombow Program:
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You can see just how Kren created this beautiful card by clicking here!

 

 

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DL. ART #tombow100

Diana Larson created a blog called DL. Art.

Diana says, “Each day brings its own challenges, I see beauty and art in each and everyday.I love creating art and I love sharing what I create.
I paint in water color and acrylic and design cards.”

She created these beautiful tags for the 100 days of Tombow Program:

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You can see just how DL.ART created this by clicking here!

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blessed to have you….by melissa cash

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and in honor of that Debbie has chosen to have a Pink Challenge on the Tombow Blog this week.
It has been quite some time since I had used Pink/Brown so I decided to give it a whirl.  I pulled out one of my favorite Verve stamp sets and created this pretty card.
I started with a brown card base and then added a layer of pink cardstock and a die cut brown print paper.  The pink you see on the front panel is the pink cardstock peeking through the die cut shapes.  I used Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots to adhere each of these layers together.  Next I stamped the sentiment from the Verve Just for You set in Memento Rich Cocoa ink onto a piece of ivory cardstock and cut it out with circle dies and popped it up onto two scallop circle layers using Tombow Foam Tabs.
Next I added some paper flowers in pink and cream.  The pink flowers and the seam binding were dyed using some Salt Water Taffy Starburst Spray from Lindy’s Stamp Gang.
I used a die from Cheery Lynn for the flourish. To adhere the flourish, I added a few drops of Tombow Mono Multi here and there on the backside of the flourish.  One nice thing about the Tombow Mono Multi is that it has a small tip on one end and that allows for applying adhesive to small areas without creating a gluey mess.
Now for the fun part, be sure to pop on over to Debbie’s post on the Tombow blog and link up your “pink” project. You could win this fabulous prize package of Pink Things from Tombow!
Here is what you could win:

 

 

 

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Pink Hero Card By Jennie Garcia

Hello!! This week Debbie has a super fun challenge for you! In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month the challenge is Think Pink!! To glue the flower I used Tombow Power Tabs.

I used Lawn Fawn Stamps with the Tombow Dual Brush Pens to color the cute owl. I used Tombow Foam Tabs on the owl to make her pop.

To put the card together I used the Stamp Runner Dot Adhesive which is one of the prizes the challenge winner will get!

Here is the prize one lucky winner will get!!

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I hope you enjoyed my post!!

Take Care!!

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Think Pink Monthly Challenge by Debbie Fisher

Hello! I am your hostess challenge this month. With October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I am challenging you all to create a project using pink.

For my project I altered a $1 calendar notepad. I tore all the pages out (they were adhered at the top) and then with my coil machine punched holes on the left side. I cut 2 pieces of chipboard a little bit bigger than the calendar sheets and covered with patterned paper using a Mono Glue Stick. The Glue Stick is my favorite adhesive for adhering paper to chipboard. It is best to add adhesive to the whole sheet, so the paper doesn’t “bubble” up in spots that adhesive doesn’t touch if you use a runner.

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The flower was cut once with chipboard and once with patterned paper. Adhered together with Mono Glue Stick and then adhered to the front of the notepad with Power Tabs. The button is also adhered with 1/4 Power Tab. I cut tabs with my QuicKutz and stamped on the months and adhered the tabs to the calendar pages using Mono Adhesive Permanent.

Thank you for stopping by! Please come and play along for a chance to win this awesome prize of Pink Tombow Products.

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MONO Adhesive Dots
Dual Brush Pen 703
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Dual Brush Pen 761
Irojiten Colored Pencil Cameo Pink
Irojiten Colored Pencil Rose Pink
Irojiten Colored Pencil Plastic Pink

All you have to do is add a link to your project. Entries are due by October 2oth at noon EST. Voting Begins October 21st and ends October 22nd at 3:30 EST. We will announce the Winner via our Facebook Page. Good Luck!


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Rosie Romance by Marie Browning

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For this blog I created a rose card colored with the Dual Brush Pens. The simple but beautiful rose stamp from Crafty Secrets was  stamped with black ink onto  lightweight watercolor paper. IMG_2011

For the rose, I used a simple direct-to-paper application of color with three shades of reds and pinks, Dual Brush Pen # 847, #856 and #772. The colors were then blended out with a water brush. The leaves had a bit of light pink, #772, and then #177 and #192  using the same technique to blend. The halo around the rose uses #977 and #990 for an antique hue to match the decorative papers. Permanent Adhesive was used to adhere the panels and complete the card.

A simple and beautiful technique for a simply beautiful card!

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Believe, Dream, Create with Maria #tombow100

Believe, Dream, Create with Maria is a blog that Maria created.

She decided to do a Mixed Media Art Journal Page using the products for the 100 days of Tombow Program.

Check out her amazing work:

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You can see just how Maria created this by clicking here!

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Ink on My Fingers #tombow100

Ink on My Fingers is a blog created by Billie!
She is a wife, mother to four, grandmother to 10, great grandmother to 2, a sister and friend.
Billie works  full time and loves to play in my craft room when there is time.

Check out this beautiful card she created for the 100 days of Tombow Program:
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You can see just how Billie created this beautiful card by clicking here!

 

 

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Daily Grace Creations #tombow100

Daily Grace Creations is a blog maintained by Peggy and Donna.
Their joint  interest in card making led to this blog.
They hope their creations inspire someone to know they can step outside their boundaries and accomplish something new and exciting.

Check out this beautiful card they created for the 100 days of Tombow Program:

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You can see just how Peggy and Donna created this beautiful cards by clicking here!

Don’t forget, you can show your support by trending #Tombow100

 

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