Happy Birthday with Tombow Recyle Colored Pencils

I hope everyone is having a fabulous day!!!
I have been busy coloring with Tombow Recycled Color Pencils…
I love how easily they blend & I can use them on a variety of crafts. The tin the colored pencils come in – See more at: http://tombowusa.com/recycled-products/recycled-colored-pencils-24pk-tin.html#product-tabs
These recycle color pencils are fantastic…
They color so smoothly and are easy to blend together to give a wonderful look.
I began by first stamping my flower twice and leaves on white paper with black ink.
Color the stamp images with your Tombow Recycled Colored Pencils.
Fussy cut the colored images out with scissors. 
Distress pattern paper with distress tool.
Stamp randomly on pattern paper with background stamp and brown ink.
 Stamp background randomly to pattern paper with black ink.
 
Apply distress crayons to top of pattern paper.
Stamp “Happy Birthday” sentiment to bottom of card front with VersaMark. 
Emboss with black ink.
Apply modeling paste over stencil with palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely.
Die cut pattern paper out.
 Mat prepared pattern paper to card stock. 
Adhere to top of card front.
 
Here is a closer look at the “Happy Birthday” sentiment once the 
mat has been placed on the card front. 
Adhere die cut to front of card. 
Add one of the colored flowers and leaves to the top of card front. 
Using a stylus and mat, roll the flower a bit til the petals stand up. 
Adhere to the top of flower on card front.
Add a pretty bow and small jar embellishment to the front of card. 
I hope you have can see how wonderful the Recycled Colored Pencils from Tombow color. 
I love how smooth and even the colors are once all the coloring has been applied.
For more fabulous Tombow Products stop by the store HERE!!!
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