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CREATING QUICK & EASY GET WELL CARDS II DT ANIRUDH

Hi there everyone and I hope you and your families are doing good! Today, I thought of making some quick and easy cards for all those facing health issues amidst this ongoing chaos... and I came with this idea, For the detailed process, CLICK HERE Let's see the details... Started by using colored cardstock and ink blended with Lawn green, Emerald green and Olive green Tubby Dye Ink pads, creating a lighter halo at the center and darker shades towards the periphery. Using the foliage stamp from the Birds Get Well Soon Stamp set and the darkest shade, I stamped it a couple of times at the outer sides and with the lightest shade at the central halo. For the focal image, I heat embossed the cockatoo using silver embossing powder and added the sentiments by white heat embossing on black cardstock strips. To finish the card, I simply adhered this panel to a black card base; and there you have a quick and easy get well soon card. Quick, right? Check this another card I made using the same
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Encouragement cards - DT Mugdha

       Hello Crafty Friends,      Mugdha here , I hope all of you are staying safe at home.    Today I am going to share two encouragement cards with you all. Lets have a look at them one by one.    Here is my first card I used Kindness stamp set for this card. I stamped the cute images and colored them with zigs real I brush pens. I then fussy them, For background I used Sapphire blue and Aqua blue inks  and white gel pen to show the rain drops. I then adhered all the images using Foam adhesive and stamped the sentiment which is from same stamp set. Here is my Second card For this card, I used Bird get well soon stamp. I stamped the image of cute Toucan and colored it using zigs real brush pens. For background I used Pumice stone distress ink and cloud stencil. I then adhered the fussy cut bird image and stamped the sentiment.   Happy Crafting !! Thank you for stopping by Products used

Sympathy Cards

 Hello Crafty Folks, I hope all of you are safe and crafting in your homes. It has been really tough during these unprecedented times. It is difficult as these numbers are tuning to known people who have been now struggling with lives. I thought of creating a fun Get Well Soon card with all of you. Let's have a look at the card first. To create this card you shall require the following:- 1. Dress My Craft Iris White Cardstock measuring 5.5 x 8.5 inches scored in half at the longer side at 4.25 inches. 2. Some Foliage Die Cuts/ Stamped images 3. Tubby Craft Birds Get Well Soon 4. Tooth Pick Qty 1 5. Thread of your choice to create a swing. 6. Tubby Craft Scalloped Clouds Stencils  7. Tubby Craft Dye Inks Light Pink , Aqua Blue and Lawn Green 8. Nuvo Drops for embelishment (optional) 9. Semi Circle Die/ Semi Circle if you can handcut 10. Scissors, foam tape and Glue To create the card, I first die cut the semi circle from the cardstock such that it is cut only from the front flap. I

Layering with Stencils and More | DT Anushree

Hi Everyone !! Creating Birthday cards is always fun. I have this feminine birthday card for today using Stenciling technique.  To make my card, I have taken a white base card and Balloon stencil. I have chosen four shades of inks for my card.. Raspberry, Hot Pink, Light Pink and Lilac Purple. I have tried layering with stencils for this card. The stamped cake image is from Birthday wishes stamp set. I completed my card with some coordinating enamel dots. I have a complete video tutorial for this card showing how I made it focusing on various techniques of stenciling and many more You can click here to view I have a simple and quick bookmark also to inspire you today. For this Bookmark I have used Alphabet Fun stencil I have simply stenciled using Sapphire Blue ink and a blender with the stencil. Next I took some Kraft corrugated paper and plain paper to put sentiments as shown. I completed my bookmark with a Baker's twine. Hope you enjoyed both my projects and inspired to make on

Spring/Summer Floral Card using Spotlight Technique- DT Anirudh

 Hello folks and a very happy Thursday to you all! Today, I've got a fresh and vibrant card to share. This card features a very cool technique which I like to call the SPOTLIGHT Technique! Ain't this pretty?  Let's have a look at how I created the card... To start with, I took an A2 size panel of white cardstock and using an acrylic block, stamped the solid base of the larger of the two roses from the Layered Roses stamp set with Lemon Yellow Tubby Dye ink. Then I used the 2nd layering stamp and positioned it over the previously stamped image with the same dye ink but this time 3 times... and then the final outline using Mustard Yellow Tubby Dye ink. Then, I masked this rose and stamped the leaf images with Lawn Green, Emerald Green, and Olive Green Tubby Dye inks respectively. Now, to fill the leftover space, I simply stamped the outline stamps of the rose and the leaves using the darkest inks and filled the space. Now for the sentiment, I used "sending love" fro

Card with A Loaded Envelope

   Hello Everyone! Today I am here to share with you a card with an envelope I created using  Swirls and Floral Stamp by Tubby Craft  and   Hand Made Stamp  by Tubby Craft. For this card I first made an envelope using punch board .This envelope is of the dimensions of 3" by 4". I then took plain white cardstock and applied  Lawn Green  ink through the  Crack It Stencil . I adhered this stenciled card stock on the card base and also adhered the envelope on top of it.  I then stamped the images from the stamp set Swirls and Florals  using  Jet Black Ink by Tubby Craft . I then coloured all the stamped Images using my Copic Markers. I further fussy cut these elements and arranged them in the little envelope to give it a look of a loaded envelope. I stamped the sentiment from the stamp set  Envelope Quotes  and pasted it below the envelope. I just love how this card turned out. So this is all from me Today.    I  have used these Tubby Craft products for my creations You can visit