Thursday, 31 October 2019

Diwali cards with Archisha

                                                     Hello Fellow Crafters !!!

My name is Archisha Mukherjee from Kenchi School and I am thrilled to showcase 2 Diwali cards using the NEW TUBBY CRAFT STENCILS ! 

Today I have a video tutorial with detailed step by step process.

Refer the end of the post to know what are the supplies used for this card.
Below are the cards i made :

Tubby Craft Supplies used –

Hope you you are inspired to create these shaker cards. Have a great day ahead !!!

Monday, 28 October 2019

Half Foliage Stencil with Shabneez

Happy Monday!

It's Shabneez here and I hope those of you that celebrated Diwali had a good time - Sal Mubarak to you all!  

In my latest Tubby Craft DT box I received a variety of stencils and I picked one to showcase today.

For my first card I used 4 colours of distress ink and applied them to the stencil diagonally.

Next, I heat embossed a sentiment from the Bright Days set on navy blue card and cut into a banner.  I used a navy blue card blank to which I stuck the stencilled card and placed the banner on the right hand side.

For my second card, I started with the lightest colour of inks and went across the entire stencil with it.

I continued adding other shades of inks on top of the palest colour.

I ended up with this and I then went over some of the larger images with irridescent glitter glue.

I heat embossed another sentiment from the Bright Days set in white on a grey card blank.

I die cut a couple of borders in grey card and stuck them on either side of the glittered card.

Here's my completed card:

Supplies Used:
Tubby Crafts Stencil TS01
Tubby Crafts Bright Days Stamp Set

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I hope I've given you a couple of ideas for using your stencils.

See you next month!

Thursday, 24 October 2019

Stenciled Cards with Priyadarshini

Hello everyone

Welcome back....

My post for today is all about Tubby Craft stencils which are newly launched and they are awesome. They are 6 x 6 stencils and can be used with dye inks and texture paste and cleaned using wet wipes or under water. 
I have a video using the stencils and I have turned them into cards. 

Materials used:
1. Stamps
    a. Vintage Wishes
    d. Buttercup
    e. Perfect you
2. Inks
    a. Jet black 
    b. Turquoise
    c. Lemon yellow
    d.Aqua Blue
    e. Imperial red
    f. Lawn green
    g. Lavender violet
    h. Emerald green
    i. Mustard yellow
    j. Chocolate brown
3. Stencils
    a. Classic foliage
    b. Gradient cubes
    c. Peacock feathers
    d. Leafy
    e. Crack it
    f. Striped geometric
4. White cardstock
5. Acrylic block
6. Gemstones
7. Colour pencils
8. Ink blending tools

Lets start......

Check out the video here -

For this card, I used Leafy stencil with lemon yellow ink and perfect you stamp set. I coloured the image using colour pencils and stamped with jet black ink and emerald green for the leaves alone. 

I used classic foliage stencil and lavender violet ink and used a make up brush to apply ink. Though the brush does not give a smooth finish, I love this textured kind of look here. I used the lamp image from Diwali greetings stamp and coloured with pencils and added a vellum sheet to give an extra edge. 

This is my favourite stencil design called striped geometric. I used Imperial red ink and the finish looks stunning here. I added contrasting coloured flowers here along with some stamped leaves and a sentiment from Camelia layered flower stamp set. 

This stencil is called gradient cubes and I used two shades of green here, lawn green and emerald green. After applying emerald green, I offset the stencil and applied lawn green to give a different background look here. I used images from Buttercup stamp set and finished by adding a sentiment and gemstones. 

My other favourite stencil design is Crack it. This is stunning design and works for cardmaking and mixed media projects. I wanted to give a vintage wall look here so used mustard yellow and chocolate brown ink and blended them together. I used images from vintage wishes and added them to the card. 

This is called peacock feathers and will surely be an all time favourite for all crafters. The feather design here is large and beautiful. I used aqua blue and turquoise blue for this stencil. I added a large green gem stone and a diwali greeting for the card. 

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Until my next post..
Happy Crafting

Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Floral cards with Irina

 Hello everyone!

This is Irina Chebotareva (IraChe). Today I want to show you two cards. 


I made this card using "Flourish Elements" stamp set and Tubby Craft dye ink pads.

I stamped images with Tubby Craft inks. 
I used  Imperial red, Tangy Orange, Lemon yellow, Mustard yellow, Raspberry and Magenta inks. 
Also, I stamped the sentiment with the Jet Black ink.

Products Used


I made this card using "Bright Day" stamp set and Tubby Craft dye ink pads.

 I stamped flowers with the Imperial Red ink.
After, I colored flowers. I used Tubby Craft Imperial Red and Jet Black inks.
Also, I stamped the sentiment with the Jet Black ink.

 Products Used

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Make beauty with smile,
Irina Chebotareva