Friday, June 24, 2011

Final Day for the Tombow Blog Hop! More inspiration and a giveaway!



This is our final day for the Tombow Blog HOP.
We had such a great time with the Blog Hop we want everyone to stay tuned to see how you can win a great giveaway from both Teresa Collins and Tombow.  But first we have Colette's project.  Look at what she created using products from Tombow and the Notations pages.



 

Tombow/ Teresa Collins Notations 25th Page
Designed by: Colette Nederhoff
Featuring: Teresa Collins Notations 12X 12 pages and album kit, Tombow Crafty    
                  Collection Retro Markers  

Supplies:
Horizontal 5 X 7 photo
Tombow Crafty Collection Retro Markers
Tombow Blending Pens
Teresa Collins Notations 12X 12 Paper: Take Note and scrap of rulers
Teresa Collins Notations Album kit:  checked tag, and swirl tags
Teresa Collins Notations Album kit: Alphabet stickers
Stickles Crystal glitter by Ranger
Bazzill YellowCardstock
Black Recollections Cardstock
Cricut Expressions machine
Cricut Elegant Edges cartridge
Teresa Collins: Blingage: Collins Keys and Jamie’s Gems
Teresa Collins On the EDge Decorative Brads
Black Zig Marker
Tombow stamp Runner
Tombow 3D foam squares
Glossy Accents by Ranger

Instructions:
1. Color the top border design on the journaling side of the Take note paper with
    The Tombow Retro set and blend them with the blender pen to create different
    shading.  I added some stickles glitter to some special places to create sparkle.  
    The blender pen makes shading really easy!

2.  Mat the 5 X 7 photo first with black cardstock and then the yellow.   Place Photo
     to the left side of layout just under the top line of journaling.  

3.  Cut out 3 frames with the Cricut machine using the Elegant edges cartridge.  The
     large frame measures 4 1/ 2 inches tall and the 2 smaller ones are 3 inches tall.

4.  Cut the Notations TAGS to fit the corresponding openings of the 3 frames.  I used the
    checked tag for the large frame.  I spelled the wording with the Alphabet letters.
     I colored these letters first with blender pen ink soft colors-- and then brushed on
     stickles glitter.  Place the letters on the checked tag when dry and glue frame around
       them.  The frame goes over the top right hand side of photo.  I used the stamp
      runner  to attatch it.

5.  I cut a portion of the swirl tag to fit into one of the smaller frames.  I used a blender pen
      with the Tombow yellow and hot pink markers to color this swirl.    Journal on this
      tag and place below photo  with stamp runner adhesive.

6.  The last frame has a tag inside that has been slightly colored with a blue marker
       using the blender pen.  I also cut a heart out of another swirl tag and colored with
       pink and orange markers.  Add some stickles to the design and after gluing down
       the frame, you can place the heart on it with a 3D foam tab.  It will lift the heart.

7. The Collins Key is attached by tucking it under the ON the EDGE brad at top of frame-
     Over the heart.

8.  The last embellishment is a rose made from the rulers paper.  The center is a Jamie’s
      gem.   Glue down with glossy accents.

Thank you Colette for this amazing project! 
Okay.. with out further a due.  To win a chance at winning a great prize pack from Tombow and Teresa Collins Designs. please leave us a comment letting us know what your favorite color combination that you  like to scrapbook, or a color combination you would like to see.  A winner will be picked at random.  So please leave as many comments as you want but you have to tell us your favorite color combination on each entry.  Good luck everyone.  Don't forget to head over to Tombow's blog. GO THERE now!!! Click {HERE

13 comments:

  1. blue and brown... I have boys :)

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  2. the girl in me loves bright pink and orange.

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  3. but... I love to see pages with turquoise and yellow.

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  4. Love the aqua and yellow combo:)))

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  5. Beautiful layout, Colette! I love how you coloured the paper!

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  6. I'm using a lot of hot pink and lime green right now, working on summer pics!!!

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  7. all shades of blue ( I only have a boy)

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  8. Love teal and black. What a gorgeous layout!!

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  9. I vote for teal and black, too!

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  10. chocolate and shades of pink is so pretty.

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