When Sweet Stamp Shop reached out to me about collaborating with Tombow for this project I didn’t hesitate to respond YES! These Markers are amazing. They blend like butter, have alot of pigment, and the colors are vivid and beautiful.I was already sold on thier adhesives, as I ‘ve used them for years, but now I’m obsessed with their markers too. I even went out and bought their other marker sets to add to my new collection.
This stamp set by Sweet Stamp Shop “Life is Sweet”, is perfect for watercoloring with my new Tombow markers because you can play with all the colors to create different icre creams and top the card off with the lovely sentiment as the perfect focal point.I thoroughly enjoyed this project, and I thank Sweet Stamp Shop for the opportunity to play with beautiful things. Please make sure to subscribe to my channel and my other social media accounts listed below. Also below, is a list of supplies used for this project (or similar) with direct links to purchase. Have a Sweet Day!
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Hi mateys! My Design Team project today features the stamp set by My Favorite Things called “Party Like a Pirate”. I really love this set, it includes several images and sentiments perfect for many kinds of Handmade cards. In this video, I share a card I made as well as a fun and easy diy keychain to match. I made the charms using Shrinky Dink sheets and various jewelry findings. I colored both projects using Copic markers. If you would like to pick up any of the supplies (or similar) I used, scroll down and click on the link next to the listed item. You can also go to https://www.Not2ShabbyShop.com to pick up this stamp set and use my coupon code “Joy10” to get an additional 10% off your purchase. “Sea” you in the next video, don’t forget to like and subscribe to my channel for more videos of crafty goodness.
For this card project I used the super whimsical stamp set “Magical Dragons” by My Favorite Things. I colored the image with Copic alcohol markers and ink blended the background with Distress Inks. Visit www.Not2ShabbyShop.com to get great deals on all the newest releases and more! Use my coupon code “JOY10” to save an additional ten percent on your order.