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Tubby Craft | Tutorial by Priyadarshini | Stamping and Stencilling

Hello everyone
Welcome back....
My post for today is all about Tubby Craft stencils which are newly released this month 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. I have used 4 stencils in this video and the other 2 I will be using them in my upcoming post. 
Link to video: 


Materials used: 1. Stamps     a.Perfect you
    b. Camelia Layered flower


    c. Wishes with Magnolia - only sentiment


2. Inks
    a. Jet black


    b. Lead grey

    c. Tangy Orange

    d. Raspberry

Tubby Craft | Vintage Christmas Cards | Tutorial by Archisha | Stamping and Stencilling

Hello Fellow Crafters !!!
My name is Archisha Mukherjee from Kenchi School and I am thrilled to showcase a Vintage Christmas Card and 2 Vintage Christmas tags using the NEW TUBBY CRAFT STENCILS ! (YAY)
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 tags and card I created:
Tubby Craft Supplies used:







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

Dry Embossing with stencils by Mona | Video Tutorial

Hello Everyone, Today I’m sharing the best technique to emboss with stencils. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to emboss with the positive and negative pattern of the stencil from the New Released Tubby Craft Stencils.
I used this embossing technique for creating the snow clad mountains and as well as for the back ground. I used three different stencils to create this card. I completed this card by stamping and heat embossing the sentiment "Merry Christmas" from the stamp set Penguin Love- by Tubby Craft .







YouTube Tutorial on Embossing with Stencils Learn to dry & heat emboss with the positive and negative pattern of your stencils. This is a great way to stretch your supplies and add that extra zing to your handmade card designs. Here is the link to the video tutorial :



Shadow Effect Using Stencil  For the second card I am sharing with you a technique of creating some 3D effect Or Shadow effect. I also shared this technique in my card earlier also. you can check out the li…