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Lift Up Balloon and Flowers

Hello everyone! It's Berina here today with 2 cards using the beautiful Lift Up Balloon stamp set. This set is so versatile in that it can be used as a hot air balloon and flowers can be used by themselves. I will be showing both ways today.

Card 1:




Here's how I made this card:
Stamp the flowers and the lower part of the hot air balloon with the Tubby Craft Black ink. Color the image with markers. I used Copics - RV14, RV13, RV21, RV10, V09, V17, V15, V12, YR68, Y38, YR31, E59, E57 and E53.Stamp the sentiment with the Tubby Craft Black ink.Adhere the panel on to a top folding A2 card base. The Tubby Craft inks works well with Copic markers. As you see, there is no smudging. Here's another pic of this card.



Card 2:

For the second card, I decided to try watercoloring on gold embossing.



Here's how I made this card:

Gold emboss the flower image multiple times, along the left and the right edge of the watercolor panel. Gold emboss the sentiment from Fancy Sentiments.Watercol…

Guest Design Post by Hussena Calcuttawala

Hello everyone,

This is Hussena here, and I am so happy to be guest designing here :) I blog at Quill and Punch Works and you can find me on social media here:  Facebook| Instagram| Pinterest
Today, I am sharing three projects I made using the Buttercup set. I absolutely love working with floral images, and the Buttercup set has some really pretty florals which are perfect for coloring and layering. Here's a look at what I have created using this set.
To create my card, I first stamped a bunch of flowers and leaves from the Buttercup set using black dye ink on watercolor paper.


After stamping the images, I watercolored them using my Zig Clean Color Brush Markers in shades of pinks and blues for the flowers, and green for the leaves. Then I fussy cut the images and put them aside.


Once the images were ready, it was time to work on my background and card base. For this, I took a card panel roughly measuring 4 1/2 inches by 5 inches and created a die-cut window in the center of it us…

Let's find some pearls and treasure..

Hello crafty friends!!

Devika here and today I am sharing the different ways in which you can use the stamp set from February release,  Precious Treasure...the moment I saw this stamp set, I fell for it!
There are just endless ways in which you can use it.
I will also be sharing how you can use the different coloured Tubby Craft ink pads to create wonderful backgrounds and stamped images!

Let's get started!!

CARD 1:

- Cut out a small rectangular window in a piece of white cardstock. -I wanted to give it a "sea theme" hence opted for 2 shades of blue distress inks. Blend them together by giving a darker shade at the bottom and lighter shade at the top.





-Sprint some small water droplets on the card and immediately lift it with a cloth/paper towel, to give it the bleached effect. -Now the favourite part begins... stamp the sea shells with Tubby Craft Ink- Sapphire Blue at the base. 




-For the base card, cover it with another shade of ink/colour. -Position the Pearl stamp along with the …

Tubby Craft Mega Launch - Part 2

Birthday Cake

Hello everyone! It's Berina here today with 2 Birthday cards with the birthday cake from the Adorable Runner stamp set.

Card 1:




Here's how I made it:
Stamp the cake image on a piece of white card stock of size 4" x 5 1/2"Cut out masks of the rosette images, 1 for each. I used 2 shades of teal and 2 shades of grey to stamp the rosettes. Starting from the center, stamp the rosettes by changing the ink color amd masking the previously stamped ones.Stamp the sentiment below the cake.Color the image with markers. I used Copics - BG49, BR 15, BG13, BG11 and BG000 for the teal, C7, c5, C3 and C1 for the grey and YG68, Y38 and YR31 for the candle flame.Adhere the white cardstock on to a grey card stock piece of size 4 1/4" by 5 1/2"Adhere it on to a top folding A2 card base. I love those paper rosette stamps. So pretty, aren't they?

Card 2:



Here's how I made it:
Take a piece of white card stock of size 4" x 5 1/4" and stamp all the images and senti…

Tubby Craft's Mega Launch - Part 1

Hello and Welcome to Tubby Craft Mega Launch!
Team Tubby Craft is ready with big news for all art enthusiast, crafters and followers. The next best thing is finally here! 
A make in india initiative, Tubby Craft brings to you premium DYE INK PADS of high quality at very economical price for domestic and international market. 


These dye ink pads are very user friendly, gives crisp impression, doesn't smear, gets absorbed and dries quickly on paper. Tubby craft is offering dye ink pads in 10 stunning colours.
Being manufactured in India achieving the finest quality, Dye-Ink Pads are surely going to brighten up your entire stamping experience. 
Dye-Ink pads are specifically designed for card-making, scrapbooking and for various other creative art and craft projects. They work beautifully over all kinds of papers - regular, glossy or matte. The firm raised felt pad is suitable for inking up stamps of all kinds. We can’t wait for you to explore more!
Just for the best user experience we make…

Floral Cards by DT Priyanka

Hello Everyone

I am back again with 2 more projects today..

Card1: I have a fully loaded card using ButterCup stamp set from the store..



Steps:  1. I picked one offwhite coloured card in A2 size, a black coloured cardstock in a slightly smaller size and another off white coloured card stock in a smaller size than black one.  2. Next i stamped the flowers and leaves using "buttercup" stamp set on the smallest offwhite cardstock.  3. Next I coloured the stamped flowers & leaves  using my Duo coloured pencils and distress inks.  4. I also stamped & coloured 2 flowers on a separate sheet & fussy cut them 5. I added butter paper in the center of the card & stamped the sentiment "Best wishes" on it using versa black onyx ink and added the fussy cut flowers on it.  6. Adhered this panel on the black cardstock and then on the base card.  7. I added stiched lines on the corners and dotted texture on the blue portion between the flowers.  & its' Read…