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HAPPY MONDAY! and welcome to
the Tombow USA and Avery Elle Blog Hop! 


To follow along in the blog hop, I hope you have arrived here from the talented Caryn Davies blog, but if you have stumbled across my blog, please make sure you start the hop party directly at the Avery Elle


Now on to my project!



I LOVE the Canopy Clear Stamp Set from Avery Elle for coloring with my Tombow Dual Brush Pens, so This was definitely a FUN project for me to complete – plus who doesn't LOVE glitter!
For me, the first step is ALWAYS a color scheme.  I placed the flower section of the Canopy Clear Stamp Set onto an acrylic block and stamped it about 8-10 times with black archival ink.  A brand new stamp normally takes 2-3 impressions before the image becomes crisp and clear.  Then I started selecting colors of Tombow Dual Brush Pens.  Once I was pleased with my selection of colors, I wrote in the number on the color swatch.  This allows me to stay organized.


Then we are on to coloring in the images.  I needed five of the canopy of flowers, so I colored while watching a movie with my niece and nephew.  Coloring is very relaxing!!


I roughly cut out the five canopy of flowers, selected some bright yellow and bright pink coordinating cardstock and then got busy glittering some chipboard letters!  Tombow MONO Multi Liquid Glue is excellent for glittering chipboard letters and this Lapis Glitter matches the Tombow Dual Brush Pen #452 perfectly!  My tip is to color the edges of your chipboard with the matching color of Dual Brush Pen, so the color is uniform.


Measure and cut five rectangles 4 1/4″ wide by 5 1/2″ long from bright yellow cardstock. Measure up 1″ from the bottom and to the center, then connect the center dot to each of the bottom edges to create a triangle.  Cut triangles out with scissors, add Tombow Foam Tape to the top edge and attach canopy of flowers for dimension. Attach glittered chipboard letters to banner with Tombow Foam Tape, then draw a dotted line to highlight the bottom edge with Tombow Dual Brush Pen #N15.  Cut 1″ strips of bright pink cardstock, then punch with decorative edge punch.  Attach to bottom of banner with Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive. Trim excess cardstock flush with side of banner.


Attach each banner to 60″ length of lavender satin ribbon, leaving 12″ at either end and 2″ in between banners with Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive.


Here is a close up detail of the “H” section of the HELLO banner! It's bright and sunny and I am going to hang it on my mantel to welcome family and friends.




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Thanks for stopping by! -Beth

49 thoughts on “Tombow and Avery Elle Blog Hop

  • I love the design of the flowers.
    They will be the topping for many of
    my greeting cards.
    They really make the banner pop.
    thanks for sharing.

  • That is a unique look using that flower stamp at the top of each letter of the banner.
    And such bright, fun colors from the Tombow pens.

  • What a fun, bright way to welcome family and friends! It made me feel happy even seeing it through a computer screen!

  • Interesting to see that same flower stamp done with bright colors. Lovely used in a banner too.

  • WOW…. Beth… this banner is WOW!!! Thank you so much for the inspiration. Glad to find your blog 🙂

  • Gorgeous banner! Love your pretty flowers and all the glitter.

  • What cool project! Love the cascade of colorful flowers above each letter. Very nice!!

  • What a happy, fun banner! And a great way to use the canopy stamp.

  • This is adorable and I love the color scheme! Thanks for the great how-to steps and pictures 🙂

  • Oh Beth, this is so sweet! I need to show this to my daughter as she has banners around her house all year round, she's going to love this! TFS!

  • What a great looking
    banner! I love this
    canopy of flowers.
    Very pretty.
    Carla from Utah

  • I have this stamp and love your coloring. The banner is amazing. Thanks for sharing your great idea.

  • Very cute. I like the sparkle. This stamp is perfect for a banner.

  • Great Project!
    Bet it was fun coloring all those flowers!
    Thanks for Step by Step!

  • How sweet. I love banners and what a great and new way to use your stamp. Pretty colors and your coloring is super. Fantastic!

  • I love your glittery letters!! Your banner is beautiful! Thanks for sharing your ideas with us!

  • Your Canopy Flower banner is incredibly pretty; love your colours!

  • What a great idea to have the canopy flowers drape over the top of your banners! So colorful & fun!

  • What a great idea to have the canopy flowers drape over the top of your banners! So colorful & fun!

  • Clear stamps and glitter are like my new love language! So beautiful!!!

    WOW – what a FABULOUS banner, LOVE the floral framing for each sparkling letter!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing, I'm INSPIRED, looking forward to making some too 🙂

  • Oh my goodness, Beth!! What a beautiful banner this is!!! I absolutely love how you colored and used the flowers!! SO fabulous and SO inspiring!!! Thank you!!!


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