Last month, I was contacted by the people at Tombow to do a product review.

Tombow sent me some products to play with and post about. In celebration of Tombow's centennial year, the company would donate $100 in products to the Council for Arts Education.

Here are the goods:

So great, right? 

Middle School was the time of my life. Sixth grade was one of my best years. Truly. Braces had just come off, bigger lockers and school dances. Who could ask for anything more?!

My books and binders were covered in doodles and Stussy signs. I'm pretty sure I scribbled Mrs. Prince William on most of my stuff. 

So! I made a back to school craft with my tools inspired by those good 'ol years. 

 I printed out names in a fun font from my computer. I used the larger end of the Dual Brush Pen to outline the letters and the fine tip to fill them in.
  I filled in the letters with the colored pencils. 
[a subtle detail]

I cut the letters out and used the Stamp Runner Dot Adhesive to adhere them to the school supplies. 

The markers and colored pencils were awesome! Plus I'm a little obsessed with the Stamp Runner. I might be using it...on everything. Also great for gift wrapping! 
Thank you Tombow!

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