Sandi MacIver, Paper Craft Artist - SandiMaciver.com

Tombow Marker Watercolor

Hi card making friends, hope you are having a great week so far.  Today’s share is Tombow Marker Watercolor and I’m using the containers from the Honey Bee Stamps Farm Fresh Flowers stamp and die set.

Tombow Marker Watercolor and Honey Bee Stamps Farm Fresh Flowers Stamp Set

I was deep in the mood for some water coloring yesterday morning but not for the mess as I had just cleaned up my stamping studio.  So, I decided to break out the Tombow Markers as I love their rich colors and they blend so well.

To stamp the images, I started with the milk can in the center, once stamped, I masked it off before stamping the other two, all in Gina K Amalgam Ink (waterproof)

Tombow Marker Watercolor and Honey Bee Stamps Farm Fresh Flowers Stamp Set

Color one container at a time so that the ink doesn’t run into the one beside it, making sure it’s completely dry before moving on to the next.

  • Left watering can:  Tombows 126, 098 greens and shadowed with 969 brown
  • Milk Can:  533 blue, 665 purple, shadowed with 837 dark red and 969 brown
  • Vase on right:  815 and 847 red, shadowed with 837 dark red and 969 brown

Tombow Marker Watercolor and Honey Bee Stamps Farm Fresh Flowers Stamp Set

I love the vintage feel of this card, and to ground the images I added a line of the brown 969 and just blended it out with my waterbrush.

 

Honey Bee Stamps Farm Fresh Flowers Set

This is the set I’m playing with, Honey Bee Farm Fresh Flowers.

Honey Bee Stamps Farm Fresh Flowers dies

and there is a coordinating die set as well.

I created a couple of other cards with this set and colored them with my Copic Markers – you can view them here

Tombow Markers and Marker Universe:

I recently joined Marker Universe as an affiliate.  I ordered my Karin Markers from them and they also sell Tombow Markers Individually and in sets.

I’ve collected my Tombows individually when I took their water coloring class and I like that I can replace one when it finally dries out – you can order them individually from MARKER UNIVERSE HERE

I suggest signing up for their newsletter as they have lots of sales and specials and I swear, they have every marker in the Universe!…..LOVE this store and they have great customer service too – check them out here

 

 

used for the Tombow Marker Watercolor with Honey Bee Stamps Farm Fresh FLowers:

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7 thoughts on “Tombow Marker Watercolor”

  1. Yolande Bergeron

    Bonjour Sandi
    Again, you have given me a tuto on how to paint with water brushes. I really appreciate your work. You always, in my view, choose good coloring. Your work is very interesting to follow.
    Merci
    Yolande

    1. Thank you Yolande, I know this one is a little out of the ordinary, but I had a lot of fun painting those containers and playing with my markers, haha

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