Tombow, 8 of 8: Elizabeth

One more segment of coloring flowers with Tombow Dual Brush Pens in the Studio today.

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My flower coloring was used to create a jar topper.

To create the flower layers, Penny Black's Botanical Notes was stamped several times on watercolor paper in Gothic Purple StazOn.  Rich hues of color (Tombow Dual Brush Pen colors: 055, 685, 703, 725, 761, 835, 985) were blended throughout the images. A combination of direct-to-paper and palette transfer techniques were incorporated into the coloring process. 
Segments of the flowers were trimmed and layered using Mono Aqua Adhesive.

Tip/Hint: Slightly offsetting layers adds to the visual dimension.

White seed beads adorn the center of the embellishment.  The flower was affixed to the jar lid with Tombow's Power Tabs.  The Power Tabs are really strong and add just a bit of dimension.

A fun way to create pretty packaging for a gift or store tiny craft baubles.

[Supplies: Tombow: Dual Brush Pens – 055, 685, 703, 725, 761, 835, 985, Mono Aqua Adhesive, Power Tabs; Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko: Gothic Purple StazOn; Penny Black: Botanical Notes 40-276; Other: White Seed Beads] 

Thank you for joining us in the Studio for this colorful Tombow feature!