Friday, May 1, 2015

TOMBOW USA AND ART IMPRESSIONS BLOG HOP

Hello and Welcome to the Tombow USA and Art Impressions Blog Hop!

You probably got here from Dana Warren's blog but if you stumbled across my blog go the Art Impressions’ Blog to start!

I was so happy to get the Art Impressions Tuscon Try Fold Set to use for the hop!  This set has 3 stamps, that when stamped in a certain way (instructions come with this set), make a beautiful 3 sided card!  There is also a cute sentiment to put inside.
I know, you are thinking...That isn't a Try Fold card Daniella!!  But I thought it would be fun to use the stamps together on a 6"x6" card!  Is that a gorgeous Tuscon scene or what!?!?  The stamps layer together perfectly when used on a flat card.  They actually create depth have so much detail.  

I used 3 sets of Tombow Dual Brush Pens to "watercolor" my scene, Brights, Secondary and Landscape.

I picked several colors from all the sets and applied the colors to my craft sheet.  You could also use a Tombow Blending Palette to apply and mix your colors.  Using the blender pen that comes in each Dual brush Pen Set, you pick up 1 or a bit of all 3 colors and apply to your image.  You create a wonderful watercolor effect and make your own custom colors!  The blender pen is amazing!  This beautiful Tuscon scene looks like it was water colored!


I am so in love with this!  I finished this card off by adhering it to a card base with my Tombow Stamp Runner Dot Pattern Adhesive.

You could win this awesome prize!!




The Art Impressions prize includes: Elephant Set, Cat Big Mouth, The Queen Set and Joy Found Window.

To win, enter on the Rafflecopter above! You have until May 5th at 11:59 EST to enter. A winner will be picked randomly and announced on May 6th 2015.

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YOUR NEXT STOP IS Diane Zechman!!

Here is the line up in case you get lost.





26 comments:

  1. I love how you made this into a scene, Daniella! It works perfectly - and your painting is lovely!

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  2. What a beautiful scene you created! Your water colour painting is amazing!

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  3. Beautiful card, love those tri folds.

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  4. beautiful scene card - looks like a beautiful watercolor painting - shows the versatility of the stamps
    thanks for sharing
    Barb Housner

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  5. What a stunning piece! Gorgeous coloring! Love!!! :D

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  6. beautiful, I love how you used the stamps.

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  7. This stamp make anyone look like an artist, love your card.

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  8. Awesome card and amazing scene!
    Sherrie K

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  9. Gorgeous coloring for that scenic image. I didn't know that a blending pen came with the set. How fantastic. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. Wow.. That is beautiful! I just keep finding more and more things I "need" to buy.. haha

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  11. Gorgeous! Love the watercolor effect!

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  12. WOW! Love the card, Thank you so much fro sharing!
    xo Nana

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  13. Beautiful card, frame it and you have a great art piece on your wall!

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  14. Beautiful scene and fabulous coloring, Daniella! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  15. This is gorgeous! It looks like a painting on canvas. Great job. My dream has always been to visit the Tuscan region...maybe someday.

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  16. So lovely, Daniella!! This image and your wonderful coloring perfectly capture the Italian village look. Fabulous!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  17. Wow!! This is gorgeous!! It looks like a picture that would hang on the wall!! I just love how you colored it!!

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  18. I need to get this stamp. Great job!

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  19. Love the scene!! It looks just like a painting!!

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  20. Beautiful. And it's an image I haven't seen yet!

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