Monday, March 17, 2014

Playing with Tombo

This week the Stampendous Design Team gets to play with Tombow!
I have never used Tombo products so I was excited to give them a try!

My first project uses Dual Brush Portrait Markers and the Splash Technique.


To create this card I used the Tombow Blending Kit.



I stamped the Filly Sketch image with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with detail white embossing powder.


Then I colored ink on to the blending palette and spritz it with water.


I pressed the embossed panel face down on the blending palette to create the main panel of the card.
When dry, I assembled the card and added some Fragments, Glass, Glitter, and Embossing Enamels to finish the card off.


Stamps:
Paper:
Recollections cardstock
Mohawk Bright White
Ink:
VersaMark by Tsukineko
Other:

Thanks for stopping by!

Kristine

48 comments:

craftymom205 said...

Great project.

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Sabrina said...

WOW...What a spectacular and gorgeous card!!!

ricki kalp said...

I love the look of the tombow...and the glass fragments add great dimension. Thanks for the inspiration!!

Amy C. said...

Beautiful work of art!

Jamie Martin said...

This is beautiful, that technique makes a very nice background for the Filly.

Betty Heisler said...

That turned out beautiful! Love that Filly stamp. Thanks for the step by step on how you created the background. I'm excited to try it.

Gavi Slutzkin said...

Interesting technique, cool card!

Lori M said...

I love the colours you've chosen Kristine. The card is gorgeous! I'm looking forward to trying this technique. Thank you for the inspiration!

Judy said...

Love the look on the card. Great work, thanks for sharing.

maggiej said...

what a cool technique! Love it!

Linda T said...

Lovely card. I love the way the background turned out. I never saw a blending palette but what a great way to make a background. Love you're ideas.

barbara macaskill said...

Beautiful!! I just got this stamp and can't wait to use it! Waiting for my DecoArt paints to arrive so I can try the painting techniques I learned during Painting Week!
Now you have me wanting one of the Blending kits!! I have a few of Tombow's markers but this is the first I have heard about the blending kit. Another item to add to my wish list! LOL
Your card is absolutely gorgeous as always!! TFS!

Christine Kiehl said...

Kristine, This Christine loves the card that you crafted! I love Tombow markers! They are so nice to color with! Thank you for sharing your project with us hoppers/shoppers!

Kailash said...

Very cool and artsy!Love the glass fragments!

Pam Beatty said...

Beautiful! Can't wait to try this technique!

Yolanda said...

Gorgeous effect!

Angela Watson said...

What an great ;and wonderfully simple) card! Good job!

Cornelia W said...

You achieved a great effect here! Looks really easy in your tutorial, but quite complex on the card - love that!

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Beautiful!

seau said...

Great texture on your lovely card. I've been seeing more projects with the embossing enamel, I guess I need to try some. TFS you great project.

Heather Thompson said...

wow, that is just amazing, What a great creation and technique. I always enjoy!

cghundley said...

Oh how wonderful!
Thanks for showing
all the steps. It
is very pretty.
Carla from Utah

SouthernMrs said...

Very pretty! Thank you for sharing your project with us!

Janis said...

Love this look!!! What a spectacular project! I will have to try this.
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Kelly Flaherty said...

Love this technique and you created a magnificent card!

Katie said...

Great card! Love what you have done here, I hadn't thought of that! And of course the fragments and embossing add so much! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

Anonymous said...

Love the softness of the card. The only Tombow I have used is the adhesive, which I love . Thanks for inspiring.

Tammy Pope said...

Gorgeous card. I want to try this technique soon.

Amy McCue said...

That looks so cool!

Chris D. said...

Cool Beans! I love how this turned out!

stampingmommy said...

This looks amazing!!!

Sue H said...

awesome technique love it. great card

HelenM said...

very cool. thanks for the inspiration

Sue D said...

Very cool technique!
Sue in Ohio

Colorado Crafter said...

Great card! Thanks for the step by step tutorial. It is much appreciated.

Carol said...

What a cool effect! Thanks for sharing!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Elena C said...

Hi, What an interesting project!!! I LOVE the colors and the beautiful glitz that just makes the colors shine!!! What a beautiful project!

Janelle Stollfus said...

My jaw dropped to the ground! I love the technique with this stamp. It really works with the flowing lines and the Fran•táge effect around the edge is perfect!

Miriam Prantner said...

Wow, I have never seen this blending thing before and it is really cool! What a great project!

jj said...

Great technique!

JPScraps said...

The card is beautiful! I love the technique you used.

Barbara said...

This is a fabulous card and the technique is really cool. Thanks for explaining it to us!

Lea said...

Kristine, this is so very pretty! Love the softness to it, it's just gorgeous!

Linda R. said...

Great card. I can't wait to try this!!

christi said...

this is gorgeous. my grand loves horses and she would love a card like this. thanks for sharing the technique too.

marylouh said...

Love the background. Great card.

Iris said...

Beautiful card - I love the glass glitter and the technique you used.
isoscia at aol dot com

Robin B. said...

Wow, this card is gorgeous! I love the colors and what you did with the glass. Thanks for sharing.