Welcome To The DCWV~ May Arts~ Tombow Triple Threat Blog Hop~

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All this week, designers from these three great companies are sharing projects they created by teaming up some fun paper from DCWV’s Honey Chic stack, with a variety of adhesives from Tombow and some beautiful ribbon from May Arts.

If you have come here from Paper Projects by Angela then you’re on track! If not, you can go back to any of the company websites and start the hop from there!

What do you do when you’re given a DCWV stack, a mixed bag of May Arts ribbon and a whole bunch of Tombow adhesive?

If you’re me, you start by picking out your favorite colors, patterns and textures.

And I knew I had to use that bright pink ribbon. Swoon.

My layout~

Date-Night

I wanted the pink ribbon to have a big impact on my layout, so I paired it with black, white and grey prints from the Honey Chic Stack.

A few close-ups~

Date-Night-Close-Up-1

Using the Tombow Stamp Runner Dot Adhesive I was able to easily add black ribbon to edge my paper layer.

I love how it makes that layer pop off the page.

Date-Night-Close-Up-2

To give my layout a bit of dimension I used the Tombow Power Tabs to lift my picture and it’s various layer up.

I also added some sparkle using various gems and the Extreme Adhesive, so those babies aren’t going anywhere.

Want to know what my absolute favorite part of this layout is?

That hubby and I actually had a date night!!

Couldn’t we all use a few more of those?

Be sure to visit all the blogs today and leave comments for your chance to win some great prizes! Three lucky readers will win a Triple Threat prize pack of you own, including a stack from DCWV, a spool of ribbon from May Arts and Xtreme Adhesive, Power Tabs, Removable Adhesive and Fastener Tabs from Tombow. Winners will be chosen from comments throughout the week, so make sure you check back daily to increase your chances of winning! Also, please make sure you have popped on over to Facebook and “liked” each of the company pages, DCWV , May Arts, Tombow, because really, what’s not to like?!

Thanks for joining us today!!

And make sure you check in tomorrow to see all the other craftiness waiting for you.

List of Today’s Participants:

Charlene Driggs
DeeDee Catron
Gini Williams Cagle
Debbie Fisher
Angela Alexander
Sara Andrews~ You’re here.

I used~

Honey Chic

DCWV Honey Chic Stack
May Arts Ribbon, Tombow Stamp Runner, Power Tabs and Extreme Adhesive
Kaisercraft Crimson Sparklets, Queen & Co. Twinkle Goosebumps, Strawberry Thickers, October Afternoon Chalk & Slate Mini Market and American Crafts Phrase Stamp

53 thoughts on “Welcome To The DCWV~ May Arts~ Tombow Triple Threat Blog Hop~

  1. I love the pink ribbon with the gray and black background! What an eye catching effect! It makes your title pop too! Great layout!

  2. BOLD & BEAUTIFUL layout Sara!!!
    LOVE the design, the POP of pink and splash of sparkle too!!!
    WOW – the ribbon & string look delightful together!!!

  3. Such a fun layout. I love the black and white so that bright pink ribbon would stand out. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us.

  4. Sara love our layout the ribbon really makes it pop! Also happy that you and your DH get time to spend together on a date..

  5. WOW! I wouldn’t have guessed that all the paper you used was from the Honey Chic stack since it looks like it has such bright colors in it! I LOVE the pop of hot pink that you added with your ribbon and embellishments. Awesome, awesome!

  6. What I love about this layout is that the papers and embellishments enhance it without overwhelming the subject photo. Nice job!

  7. I love the gray, black and white color scheme with the huge pop of color, like your pretty pink May Arts ribbon. Lovely Canvas and great composition, too.

  8. This is such a beautiful lo! I have always been a fan of the beautiful but “clean” lo’s and I am in love with your lo!

  9. I have always loved this color combo….the pink ribbon is the perfect touch for the black/grey/white theme! Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Glad you could document your date night (they don’t come often in my house!). LOVE the pops of bright pink on this page!

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