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Two spectacular floral cards using one stamp set

Hello Everyone, Hope you are doing great!! This is Deepti from Vishesh Collections. I'm back here with another inspiration. I've used one flower stamp to make two altogether different cards.  Card 1To make this card:
I took A2 size watercolor paper and with free hand striped the background with grey water color and splattered the whole thing with black color and adhered the same on pink note card.


In the meanwhile, I have stamped the biggest flower and leaves from Tubby Craft  "Bright Day" stamp set. Then water colored these beauties, added some details with white gel pen and fussy cut it.


Then, I have arranged the same over my striped panel using glue and foam tape as shown.


Finally stamped the sentiment from same stamp set and added  some black sequins to complete it.

Card 2To make this card: I die cut out a A2 size watercolor card stock using stitched rectangle die.


Then, I stamped the same flower which I have used in previous card using masking technique.  After that I loos…

Clean and Bright inspirations from Piyu

Hey Friends, How are you doing? Piyu here today with 2 inspirations for you.
Card 1: For my first card I used the no-line coloring technique. I used the adorable giraffes from the "Giraffe Love" stamp set . I stamped them using the Lemon Yellow dye ink and colored them using Copic markers.
Then I fussy cut them. I cut a circle using a circle die and added grass die cut on it. The grass is colored by blending Lawn Green dye ink. I added the sky background using Aqua blue dye ink.


Card 2: For my second card, I stamped images from the "Floral invitation" stamp set using Jet Black dye ink. I colored them using copic markers and fussy cut them. The sentiment is from the "Fancy Sentiments" stamp set.


Here is the list of supplies used - 1) Acrylic block 
2) Floral invitation

 3) Giraffe Love
4) Aqua Blue Dye ink 5) Jet Black dye ink 6) Lawn Green Dye ink 7) Lemon Yellow Dye ink


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Three floral cards by Irina

Hello all!

This is Irina Chebotareva (IraChe).

Today I want to show you three cards. 

I made Floral cards using Buttercup, Bright day stamp sets and Tubby Craft dye ink pads.


Card 1 and 2


Card 1 and 2

I stamped the floral stamps and heat emboss using the transparent embossing powder. Blend background with Tubby Craft Light Pink and Aqua Blue inks. Then, stamped and heat emboss using the transparent embossing powder again. And blend background with Tubby Craft Hot Pink, Chinese Blue and  Turquoise inks once again.
I stamped the sentiment and heat emboss using the gold Embossing powder.






Card 3


For this card, I stamped the floral stamps and heat embossed using the transparent embossing powder. Blend background with Tubby Craft Lead grey ink. 
Also, I blended the flower cores with Tubby Craft Chinese Blue inks
I stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it using the gold Embossing powder. 


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Background techniques using Tubby Craft Dye inks with Deepti

Hello Friends,

Hope you are doing good..

This is Deepti from Vishesh Collections .I'm back with another colorful post..It's spring here in Brussels.. and I couldn't resist myself for making some floral cards.. So..Here I'm with three CAS floral cards with rainbow colors using tubby craft inks and some floral stamps.

Here in this post, I will show you how you can use tubby craft inks to achieve different result. 

Card 1 ( Water coloring with Tubby Craft inks)
In this card, I have used tubby craft ink for water coloring to create this  striped rainbow background.


To start with, I took A2 size white card stock and stamped the inks on acrylic block ( please ignore my dirty acrylic block ;)) and created this striped background using flat brush.  

After that, I stamped the flowers from Floral Peony Stamp set as  shown.

Then, I fussy cut it partially.

Adhered this on my striped background using foam tape for some dimension.

Finally added the sentiment from Roses & more stamp set an…