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Silly six and seven heaven

Hello everyone!
It's Berina here today with 2 lovely cards using our new stamps and inks.
I have made 2 cards in the same theme and color scheme, yet they are different! 
Card 1:

I love these ink colors! How gorgeous are they blended together!! 
To make this card, I took an A2 card base and used the Deco Pattern stencil (one of my favorites!) and adhered it to the card base. Then I masked the center part with a oval mask on the stencil. Then I inked the card base with Aqua Blue ink and Lawn Green ink, overlapping them a bit to create the lovely teal color. Then I removed the oval mask in the center, and inked that area very lightly with the same colors. Then I stamped the 6 image and the sentiment with Jet Black ink.

Card 2:

This card also uses the same color scheme, but I left a white center for a cleaner look. I used the same method as above, with Glorious Stencil. I adhered the stencil on to an A2 card base. Then I masked the center part with a oval mask on the stencil. Then I…

Two easy and quick cards by Anushree

Hello everyone,
I am glad to come back on Tubby craft blog with my second post.Today I have two quick and lovely cards.They are definitely easy to make and elegant to gift.Let's move on to the first card now.
Card 1:

1.I have used Adorable runner stamp set for this card.All images are super crisp and fun to work with.
2. I have stamped the cake stamp on a white card stock and then used watercolors to fill in the colors before fussy cutting it.
3. The sentiment is also stamped on a separate white card stock with Tubby craft Lilac Purple ink.I have fussy cut that as well.Sentiment is from same stamp set.
4. Then I took a plain kraft card stock as base and adhered another kraft card stock with polka dots a little lesser in dimensions.On top of that I have adhered  Tissue doily and a pattern paper cut in Victorian style.Lastly attached a round die cut before attaching the birthday image.
5. I have used clear glue to adhere everything in the card except the birthday image and sentimen…

Two floral cards by Guest Designer Arjita

Two cheerful cards by Piyu

Hello friends!
How are you doing? Piyu here and today I have 2 cheerful cards for you.
Card 1:
This card is for a 5 year old made using the Numeric stamp “Jiving Five” by Tubby Craft. I started with stamping the sentiment all over the cardstock with Tangy Orange dye ink.
Then I stamped the sentiment from the “Fancy Sentiments” stamp set using Jet Black ink.
I stamped the image from the Jiving five stamp set, colored it using aqua blue ink and copic markers and fussy cut it.
I adhered the sentiment using a foam tape onto the cardstock with sentiment background
Finally I added the image also using the foam tape.

And here’s it done.  

Card 2:
For my second card I stamped the butterfly image from the “Butterfly Love” Stamp set 5 times and colored it using copic markers.
Then I added some details using colored pencils and fussy cut the images.
I stamped the sentiment from the “Fancy Sentiments” stamp set using Jet Black ink.
I stuck the sentiment, mounted on a black cardstock layer, in the…

Flower bouquet and cute tag by Anu

Hello crafty people ! It's motivation monday today. and i'm Anu :) Today i have 2 super simple yet beautiful projects to share with you all.
Let's hop on to the first one !

Here's the pictorial !
STEP 1: STAMP, COLOR & CUT I took all the flowers from the tubby craft stamp set "swirl & floral". and used the following tubby craft ink pads namely- light pink, hot pink, lilac purple, sapphire blue, aqua blue, imperial red, yellow & lawn green.  Stamp the flowers & leaves. color them and fussy cut them.
Also take a small piece of brown cardstock and make folds as shown

STEP 2: MAKE THE FLOWER BOUQUET This is a little tricky. To make it manageable first take the brown cardstock & form it in shape of bouquet. Then put some brown tissue paper inside that afterwards start adding flowers to it.
To complete the bouquet wrap it with twine & add sentiment tag.

STEP 3: TURN IT INTO A CARD Take a card base and make two cuts at the bottom part …