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Tombow Blog Hop: Day 2

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Hey everyone! Stopping by with my Oct. 31 projects using Tombow adhesives! There is no substitute for the right adhesives and Tombow has a good variety for all of your gluing needs! I used several different adhesives for different purposes on my projects below. Come take a look!
Greta Hammond Tombow Halloween 1 web
 
Supplies used:
Oct. 31: patterned paper
Oct. 31: Alpha stickers
Oct. 31: Chipboard
Oct. 31: Chipboard banners
Oct. 31: buttons
Oct. 31: Design Embellishments
Oct. 31: Filter Paper Embellishments
Oct. 31: Element Stickers
Tombow Power Bond Adhesive
Tombow Permanent Dot Adhesive
Tombow Power Adhesive Tabs
Tombow Dual Brush Pens Grunge
Tombow 3D Foam Tabs
 
To start this project, I cut papers to fit onto a paper mache box. I used the Tombow Power Bond Adhesive to adhere them onto the box. I then traced and cut out papers onto the wood haunted house. I adhered them to the wood house with the Tombow Power Bond Adhesive. I used the Tombow Power Adhesive Tabs to adhere the house to the front of the box. I decorated the front with chipboard pieces and design embellishments.


Greta Hammond Tombow Halloween 2 web
Greta Hammond Tombow Halloween 3 web
 
For the inside of the box, I added shredded black paper and faux candy. I made the faux candy bars by wrapping chipboard rectangles with foil and then covering them with paper using the Tombow Permanent Dot Adhesive. I made faux candy suckers by layering punched circles and filter papers and using Tombow 3D Foam Tabs to add a bit of dimension between the layers. The other candy pieces are rolled up paper with folded, fanned filter paper stuck in the ends attached with Tombow Power Adhesive Tabs. I also used the Tombow Pens to add a bit of detail around the house and box.

Greta Hammond Tombow Halloween 4 web

 


Greta Hammond Tombow Halloween 6 web

 
Supplies:
Oct. 31: Papers
Oct. 31: Glitter cuts
Oct. 31: Design Embellishments
Oct. 31: Alpha Stickers
Oct. 31: Chipboard
Oct. 31: Ribbon
Oct. 31: buttons
Tombow Power Bond Adhesive
Tombow Permanent Dot Adhesive
Tombow Power Adhesive Tabs
Tombow Dual Brush Pens Grunge
Tombow 3D Foam Tabs
 
To make this door hanger, I traced and cut paper to fit the hanger and then adhered it with Tombow Power Bond Adhesive. I used the Tombow black brush pen to add faux stitch marks around the edge of the hanger. I added the bracket Design embellishment to the hanger with the 3D Foam Tabs.

Greta Hammond Tombow Halloween 5 web

To make the open and closed signs removable, I added the top piece of the Hook & Loop tabs to the “open” and “closed” signs and one bottom piece to the hanger. This way, we can choose whether we are open or closed for trick or treating!

Greta Hammond Tombow Halloween 7a

GretaHammond
-Great Hammond

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