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Floral card and underwater scene card - - Dhruvika

 Hello Crafty Folks..

I hope you are having a great time with our latest October release and with so many inspirations..

My first card is a clean and simple floral card using the Tubby Craft Bloom Stamp. This is a beautiful stamp with an Iris flower and a bud. 

Let's have a look at the card first. 


For this card, I stamped the flowers on the water color paper and colored it using the water colors from my stash.

After I was satisfied with the water coloring I fussy cut the image and kept it aside. Then I stamped the doodled vertical lines on a side folding note card measuring 4.25x 5.5 inches Neenah solar white  cardstock. To add a little drama I changed the green pigment to the lightest available in my stash to color the doodled leaves. 

I splattered some watercolour using black and ripe plum water color on the background for the added interest. I then pasted the fussy cut flowers on the cardstock using the 3D foam tape.

I gold heat embossed the sentiments from the same stamp set SENDING KIND WISHES on a black cardstock and pasted on the left of the flowers. 

Hope you like it. 

My second card is an underwater scene card that contains all the elements from the Tubby Craft Best Fishes Stamp Set.

Let's have a look at the card


This is a simple card using all the shades of Blue Dye Ink and trust me they are amazing. The inks that I used are Tubby Dye Chinese Blue, Aqua and Turquoise and they wonderful and sufficient o create the scene.

To start with i used a Side Folding Note card measuring 4.25x5.5 inches Neenah Solar white cardstock. 

I blended in Tubby Dye Chinese Blue, Aqua and Turquoise and ensured the darker shades are at the bottom to represent the deep oceans. I stamped the two fishes from the stamp set on the Neenah Solar white cardstock and colored suing the copic markers. I fussy cut it and kept it aside.

I then silver heat embossed the school of fish at two places to add interest. Similarly I green heat embossed the oceanic plants. The shells were heat embossed in coral pink and yellow for added glow and interest.

To add the sun rays from the top I stencilled the rays using the hero arts unicorn pigment ink. I also splattered white ganache and dark blue ganache to represent the bubbles.

I stuck the fishes using the 3D foam tape as if they were speaking. I stamped the sentiments from the same stamp set FISH YOU WERE HERE.

I hope you liked the cards, please let us know in the comments below.

Till then Stay Home, Stay Crafty. 

All the products listed here can be clicked and bought from the Tubby Craft website. Additionally, I have also Tubby Crafts products used are below:-



 


Aqua Dye Ink


 




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