Thursday, 28 March 2019

Two quick cards with Neha

Hello Friends!

This side Neha welcomes you all on a Tubby Craft blog today with a inspiration post.

I have 2 cards to share with you all.


For this card, i stamped these cute teddies using Tubby craft lead grey color. Also stamped the cap and cake image using tubby crafr jet black ink and colored them using zig brush pens. Lastly stamped the sentiment and adhered the stripe , cap and cake using foam tape so that it pops out.

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This is a very simple card to make. I splattered some colors of reds pinks on acrylic block and put the white cardstock over it. 

Heat embossed the quote from the lucky quote stampset with gold embossing powder. This way you can create as many cards with different color backgrounds.

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That is all for today! I hope you are inspired by my projects.

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Do shower some love if you like my projects. Happy Crafting

Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Expand your stamps - By Deepti

Hello Everyone,

This is Deepti from Vishesh Collections. In today's post I will show you how you can expand your stamps so that you can use them all year long not just on particular occasion and also I have two floral cards to share where I've created pattern paper look by using tubby craft floral stamps.

Here is Card 1

In this card set, I have used cute Ganesha from Diwali stamp set to create two beautiful birthday cards.. Actually this idea was given  by my Dad.. he he he.. Yes.. He does give me the 😉. He was looking for a birthday card for his friend but he doesn't want me to add any critter or flower and asked me "Do I have some godly figure stamp"..?? Voila..Here this stamp from Tubby Craft called  "Diwali - Ganesha" came to my rescue..😃  

To make these cards, I took A2 size white note card, stenciled the background. 

Meanwhile I stamped, water colored and fussy cut this  cute Ganesha image. 

Added the die cut vellum on the note card and adhered my focal image with foam tape along with hand written sentiment and some gold sequins.

For the above one, I adhered my focal image without die cut along with hand written sentiment, washi tape and some gold sequins.

Card 2 & 3

To make these two cards, I took white card stock and stamped the flowers from Swirls And Florals stamp set and randomly stamped the flowers & leaves to create my pattern paper background.

For this card , I inked the background using tubby craft rainbow inks and die cut out the sentiment.For the other one, I left it as it is and adhered both of these on the A2 size white note card.

After that I die cut  out 2 sentiments on white card stock. I adhered one of them on the rainbow background using foam tape and completed this card by adding hand written sentiment and some sequins.

For other die cut, I inked it with rainbow inks and adhered it along with handwritten sentiment and some colorful sequins.

I really enjoyed making these cards. Hope I inspired to get crafty.

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

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Deepti Aggarwal

Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Guest Design Post by Rituparna

Hello peeps, 

I am so overwhelmed be a part of Guest Designer on tubbycraft, thanks to Shruti Agarwal Kapoor for this great opportunity. Today I am coming with 3 different projects made with lots of tubby craft dye ink and stamps.

 Floral Wreath

My first project is Floral Wreath....I am so happy with my results. First, I stamped with tubby craft floral invitation stamp set on white Cardstock, then coloured with hot pink, lilac purple, tangy orange, lawn green, lavender violet dye inks. Fussy cut all stamped images and adhered on handmade wreath circle, added some embellishments. This wreath was made for my daughter for her birthday. 

Art Journal

My 2nd project is Mixed Media Art Journal. First, I primed the journal page with clear gesso, stamped with tubby craft follow dreams stamp set, stencilling with crackle paste, some floral stencilling with texture paste and added some fabric tape. After that, I colour shading with tubby craft tangy orange, hot pink, lilac purple, lavender violet, Chinese blue dye ink, stencilling the sunflower on white cardstock and coloured with chocolate brown dye ink and adhere on the journal page centre. Then added some floral chippies and sentiment.

DIY Organizer

It's my 3rd project which I made i.e. DIY Organiser....I thought my some regular stuffs was messed up here and there, so I made this. Firstly, I made Organiser with white CS, it's 19" paper size...scoring 12" on vertical then score both side 1" and for below base scoring 2". Before attaching the whole part, I coloured the background with Chinese Blue, Lawn Green on the above panel, sprinkle some water for effect. For bottom of the organiser, the front and back panel, stencilled the background with Chinese Blue and Chocolate Brown dye inks. Coloured the florals with imperial red, aqua blue, lawn green and lilac violet dye inks with embossing and fussy cut the images. For one floral stamped image i shaded with black archival ink and tangy orange dye ink. Attach the florals on the front panel to complete the Organiser.


Monday, 25 March 2019

Background with Tubby dye inks - Pictorials by Piyu

Hey Friends,

How are you doing? It's Piyu here and today I have a couple of pictorials of cards with backgrounds made using Tubby craft dye inks.

Card 1:

1. For making this card, I started with blending some Aqua Blue dye ink at some spots on a watercolor paper.

 2. Then I added some Light Pink dye ink
3. Next I added Lemon Yellow dye ink
4. I stamped the number 4 from the "Darling Four" stamp set in Jet black dye ink.

5. I colored the image using copic markers and fussy cut it.

6. I stamped some décor images from the "Adorable Runner" stamp set in Aqua Blue, Light Pink and Lemon Yellow dye inks and fussy cut them.

7. I stamped the sentiment from the "Darling Four" stamp set onto the inked background and adhered a 2 way foam tape behind the number four.

8. I placed the number four at the center.

9. Finally I added some décor images.

Card 2:

1. I started with masking and blending Mustard Yellow dye ink to create sand layer. 

2. Then I masked and blended Magenta dye ink
3. Then I created layers with masking and blending Aqua Blue dye ink
4. I stamped the images from "Precious Treasures" stamp set, colored them using copic markers and fussy cut them.
5. I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set using Jet Black dye ink.
6. I adhered the images onto the inked background and added some details onto the sand using Copic markers and onto the shell using white gel pen.

I hoped you liked my cards and you will give these background techniques a try.

Here is the list of supplies used -

1. Jet Black dye ink
2. Lemon Yellow dye ink

3. Mustard Yellow dye ink

4. Magenta dye ink

5. Light Pink dye ink
6. Darling Four

7. Adorable Runner

8. Precious Treasures

9. Acrylic Stamping block

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