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August 02, 2011



Great tutorial! I am not good at shading and such, but you made it much easier. ty I love the stamp set

Theresa W.

True - fabulous tutorial. I have tried this technique and I still need to practice. I'm not getting it to work quite right yet!! Take care.


Thanks for sharing. I am a long-time scrapper just venturing into stamps. I love my CDS purchases and would love to try the marker techniques, but am scared of investing in them only to learn that I lack the ability to use them. Your work is fantastic and you make it look easier than expected.

Crafty Math Chick

Thanks for the awesome tutorial! I recently invested in some Tombow markers after being inspired by Kim Teasdale and appreciate all the tutorials on how to use them that I can get!

Bonnie aka raduse

Beautiful coloring. Thanks for the tutorial and the ideas.

Vicki Campbell

thank you for showing a project with the TomBow markers. It is refreshing to see something NOT created with Copic


Yummy! I love how you get great blending from non-alcohol ink markers! I water color with my Marvy's now because I watched one of your videos months ago about watercoloring with markers. Thanks for all the inspiration! Stay cool!!!


Beautiful. Thanks for the "tutorial"

Linda Rydberg

It was great to see you using TomBow markers instead of Copic. Some cannot afford the Copic. Beautiful! Thanks!!

Edwina Brown

Very nice card! Thanks for showing how to use the Tombow watercolor markers. What brand ink did you use to stamp the design?


Thanks for making something, that I always struggle with (blending). Look do able and easy. Stay cool!!


Your step by step is wonderfully simple but has great results! Love it


I love it. It's perfect with all the shading. Thanks for sharing it with all of us.

Rita evans

Just too, too cute and so si ple!

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