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Techniques with Tubby Craft Dye inks by Bharati

Hi there!  Today i shall be showcasing the inks by tubby crafts along with the some of the lovely floral stamps. Floral stamps are the best, simply because one can use them for all occasions , for all age groups and with lots of techniques. Don't you agree?
I have to tell you, i have been using the dye inks by Tubby craft since November 2018 and i fallen in love with these. I love them as in addition to being great for stamping, these inks are doing great with heat embossing, coloring with my copic markers, ink blending, coloring with prisma color pencils and i am able to water color with these as well. I find myself reaching for these more and more for their multi functionality and vibrant colors. The color swatch on the side of the ink pads is super helpful.

CARD 1 : Water coloring with Tubby Craft Inks


To make this card, i first stamped the images of these beautiful flowers from the "Wishes with Magnolia" stamp set using their acrylic stamping blocks in jet black ink and…

Background Techniques with Deepti

Hello Friends, This is Deepti from Vishesh Collections. I'm so excited to be here with my first DT post. Thank you Shruti for this wonderful opportunity. I hope my post will inspire you to take out your tubby craft supplies..😉 

For my first post, I have focused on Tubby Craft's juicy inks. I have used these inks for the first time and I just loved it. In this post, I'll  show you how to use smallest stamp of  your stamp set along with these juicy inks to make beautiful background using repetitive stamping technique. I've made 3 cards with new release using the same technique and And... Yes... I have a video too...🌝.. Beware.. It's a picture heavy post...😀

Here is my Card 1

To make this card , I have used Lucky Quote stamp set and rainbow colored dye inks in this order. Started with Lavender Violet, then Sapphire Blue, Aqua Blue,  Emerald Green, Lemon Yellow, Tangy Orange and finally Imperial Red.    Here is Video Tutorial





 Some close ups..


Card 2
I've used the same te…