Welcome to the Inky/Tombow Blog Hop! Our talented Inky designers teamed up with the nice folks at Tombow, and we’re all featuring projects made with Inky Antics stamps and Tombow products. If you’ve come from Inky Antic’s blog, you are in the right place. If not, be sure to start there for the hop.
I am so excited with this weeks team up! Tombow is teaming up with Inky Antics. My first rubber stamps were Inky Antics and I am blessed to be on their team as well as Tombow's!
I received two stamp sets from Inky Antics. 11028MC Monkey Honey Pops, HCP-PRN green and HCP-BRN brown honey comb paper and 11032MC Bazooples #1 Clear Set.
Here is my Honey Pops card.
These are sooo much fun to create and imagine the smile on the recipient's face when they open this card.
Inky Antics has a video you can watch to show how very simple these are to create.
Next up, I created a fun notepad using the Bazooples set I received. To make my notepad I used scraps from several cards I made for CHA for the Inky Antics booth.
I colored the giraffe with Tombow's Dual Brush Pens and Irojiten Colored Pencils. I used Tombow's Mono Adhesive Permanent for all my adhesive on both projects except for adhering the Honey Pop and I used their Mono Glue Stick which is perfect for this!
Using up scraps is a great way to keep them from collecting AND this notepad makes a nice gift.
Here is a peek at the inside:
The blog hop starts today and ends on Sunday, July 24th at midnight Central time. Please visit each DT members’ blog to view their project and leave feedback. The more you comment, the better your chances are to win. (Limit one comment per blog, please). One person’s name will be drawn at random to receive a fun Inky/Tombow prize pack, similar to what each of our designers received to make their projects! The lucky winner’s name will be announced on the Inky Antics blog next Monday, so remember to stop back and see if you’ve won.
To check out what the Tombow designers have made and get another chance to win prizes, please click here.
Thank you for stopping by! Now it's time to hop on over to Trudy's blog to see what she created for the hop.