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Rakhi Gift Pillow box I DT Anirudh

 Hello dearies! The festive season in India is just about to begin and the first in line is Rakshabandhan, and today I have an amazing gift pillow box.  It's perfect to hold chocolates, small gifts, and gift cash. Let me show you its construction, and trust me, it is simple and easy to make. So let's start... Take a big piece of white cardstock and use Aqua Blue dye ink and our amazing Blending brush to blend through Watercolor lines stencil in a horizontal direction. Then, rotate the stencil to the vertical direction and blend using Hot Pink dye ink. This gives a great plaid background and the purple at the interjunctions is so very pretty! Using a pillow box die (or a simple pillow box template from the net) construct the pillow box and now is the fun time - decoration! I used the Sibling Festival stamp to stamp the bro-sis image, Copic colored it, fussy cut it out, and then glued to a golden filigree for some interest. Then, I adhered this to the pillow box. For the sentimen
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DIY Rakhi Box | DT Dhruvika

 Hello Everyone, I hope all of you are all excited about Rakshabandhan and have started prepping up. My most favorite part is making the Rakhis as per my brother's and sister in laws color choices. Sending customized gifts to our loved ones is my way of celebrating this beautiful festival of care, love and protection. Today I have created a DIY Rakhi box, which can hold rakhis, small note and a shagun amount. To create this card I have used the Tubby Craft sibling festival stamp set and the pattern paper. Please head on to the tubby craft YouTube channel to see how to create this Rakhi box. Do let me know how you like this in the comments below

Rakhi Special - Card, gift box and basket

Hi there This is DT Priyadarshini here today Festive time starts here and its time to celebrate with your siblings - Rakhi. Its a special festival to celebrate with brothers. To make it more special I have project made using products from Tubby Craft. I used  Sibling festival  and  Perfect you  to make the card,  Foliage 1  and  Buttercup  to make the gift box and for the basket I used dies from my stash and decorated with flowers. To make the flowers, I used almost all the dye inks.  Card To start with the card, I first stamped the images and coloured using pencils and fuzzy cut them out.  I die cut a frame from black card stock. Using an embossing folder, I embossed the front of the note card.  I added the frame to the note card and started adding the images together.  I finished the card with a sentiment and some sequins.  Gift Box For my gift box, I decided to make DIY pattern paper using stencils and inks.  I took a cream cardstock and stenciled Foliage 1 using Lemon yellow and Mu

CARD and CASH Envelope for Rakshabandhan- DT Mugdha

  Hello Everyone, Mugdha here, Rakshabandhan is only a month away and all of you must have started preparing for it and if you haven't already then I have some inspirations for you. Today I am going to share A card (with DIY Rakhi) for Brother and money envelope for sister. Lets have a look at them one by one                                      For this DIY Rakhi card ,I used Moroccan Tiles stencil  and Lilac purple and Light pink  ink pads. I love the Moroccan tiles stencil as it has four different designs in single stencil .I used one design for the background of the card and another design for the Rakhi. For Rakhi I used lilac puple inkpad and stencilled the flower and fussy cut it. I then added a thread to it and mounted it on my card, lastly, added Sentiment from Sibling festival stampset.                                    For this Cash envelope, I used Sibling Festival stampset , Foliage1 stencil  and Light pink ink pad . I made a Cash envelope using coral coloured cardstoc

DIY Rakhi for kids! DT Anirudh

Hello crafty people! Hope your week is up to a good start... Rakshabandhan is just around the corner and so, I've got a video tutorial for easy peasy DIY Rakhi for kiddos. It looks absolutely delightful and is super easy to make, click on the link below to watch the video tutorial, DIY RAKHI FOR KIDS Have a look at the Rakhis, These are so easy to make... I started by stamping cute images from various stamp sets with Jet Black dye ink onto white cardstock, colored them using copics, and then fussy cut them out. I always use a black marker to give a nice finishing to the edges of the pieces. Then, I laminated these and then cut them again, leaving a good margin across the image so the seal doesn't open up. Then I simply took a fancy cord/lace and hot glued the images over it. To prevent the glue from scratching the delicate wrists, I glued small pieces of felt, reinforcing the glued image. And our Rakhi is done in no time at all. You can simply switch kid-friendly images with fl

Create your own Pattern Paper with me| Rakhi Card| DT Dhruvika

 Hello Crafty Friends, I hope all of you have been safe and healthy. It is now time for the festivities yet again and this time it is our favourite festival, celebrating the bond of love of brother and sister. It is always special and reckon the strongest bonds of all. Today I have a video tutorial for you wherein I shall demonstrate how to create your own pattern paper for Rakhi only with one stamp set and minimal supplies. Lets have a look at the card first. To create this card, I have used Gold Embossing Powder Dress My Craft Iris Paper Tubby Craft Sibling Festival Stampset Tubby Craft Turquoise Dye Ink Pad Tubby Craft Jet Black Dye Ink Pad Vellum Paper Creating the Card All the details and the video tutorial can be found here on this link I hope you will try creating these and I'm sure they will bring smiles to your face as well as your loved ones! Don't forget to use the code DHRUVIKA5 to get a 5% off! Be safe, Be healthy and  Keep crafting... The Tubby Craft products used

Slimline card and a bookmark - DT Anushree

Hi Everyone !! Anushree here, and today I have lovely projects to inspire you all. I have made these using new release. You can check the new release here https://www.tubbycraft.com/ Now onto my first card, I have made this Slimline card using  Crafty Friends  stamp set . This card was really fun to make, I stamped the color pencil on a separate sheet and colored using  Tubby Craft dye-inks I fussy cut those and adhered as shown. Next with the same color inks, I stamped Hello sentiment from the set. Lastly to complete my card, I stamped larger sentiment on the bottom of the card in black ink. I have used Next I made a lovely bookmark for myself,   Yeah I go by my short name Anu at home and with friends.. Here's my bookmark using  Personalised Bookmark  stamp set The background is ink blended in Light pink Dye ink and the image is stamped on Vellum using white embossing powder. I have hand lettered my name using gold paint. Isn't it super easy, fun and so lovely. I have used Hop