Dual Brush Pens:
025 Light Orange, 173 Willow Green, 195 Light Green, 346 Sea Green, 249 Hunter Green, 565 Deep Blue, 535 Cobalt Blue, 606 Violet, 665 Purple, 603 Periwinkle, 451 Sky Blue, 835 Persimmon, N15 Black
Fudenosuke Brush Pen
A teardrop-shaped stroke makes all the different designs. Just "dab" the brush pen to the paper. Make the strokes larger by pressing down hard on the brush tip, pushing firmly so you get a decent size teardrop stroke. The teardrop strokes are usually made with the point facing away from you. For example, when making a heart, simply turn the paper around to accommodate the stroke.
Use the fine tip of the marker when drawing stems or whenever you want a thin, consistent line. For a two-toned teardrop stroke, place the darker color on the blending palette. Using the brush tip, pick up the color with the light colored marker. Make the teardrop stroke and it will magically come out as a two-toned stroke.
Draw a shallow curl for the main stem. Add branches and then teardrop shaped leaves. Add a few red berries, leaving a tiny dot uncolored for the highlight.
For a cheerful variation, replace the berries in the holiday flourish with red hearts. The lettering was done with the Fudenosuke Brush Pen.
Draw a circle around your lettering made with the Fudenosuke Brush Pen. Add the holiday flourish to create a wreath.
Start with the center and add dots with the fine tip. Make two-toned red and green teardrop strokes around the center for the petals. Add a green curl and the two-toned leaves.
The extended flourish from the "y" makes a perfect stem to add a poinsettia.
Make crosses with the fine tip. Add more lines to create the sparkle. Add dots to ends with fine tip. With the light blue marker and using the brush tip, add a dot in the middle of the sparkle. Use the Glue Pen to stick a rhinestone into each sparkle.
Use the sparkling rhinestones to make this lettering glimmer.
Start by making a cord with the fine tip. Add teardrop-shaped lights with the brush tip. With the fine tip, add a tiny square socket at the base of each light and a plug at the end. Optional: Use the Glue Pen in each bulb, then sprinkle on clear glitter to make them sparkle.
Continue the bottom of the "g" and create a cord with the fine tip black marker to add holiday lights to your lettering. Use the Glue Pen to add glitter to each bulb for a twinkling embellishment.
The lettering was done with the Dual Brush Pens or the Fudenosuke Brush Pens and using the lettering guide found on tombowusa.com.