Saturday, 20 October 2018

Two beautiful greetings card by Anu

Namastey to all!
This is Anu & firstly belated Happy Dusshehra :)
As Diwali is approaching today I am here to share
some really quick & beautiful diwali cards with you all.

Without keeping any more suspense let me show you the cards.


 Let's see how it's made.

Take a white cardstock & blend it with TUBBY CRAFT
"mustard yellow" dye ink.
Note that- I used a design mask i just cut a wavy design on a paper
& stick it using scor tape to create a mask.

Trace the same shape on a white cardstock & blend with
TUBBY CRAFT "lilac purple" dye ink.

Also i did gold embossing on the design border &
Added the sentiment from the TUBBY CRAFT
 "diwali greetings" stamp set.

Next I added some hanging diya's from the same stamp set.

To finish the card adhere it to a note card.

some close up shots

Okay it's time for the next card.


Let's see how  it's done.

Take a white note card & cut the front part a little more than half.
Blend it with TUBBY CRAFT "turquoise" dye ink.

Stamp the big diya from TUBBY CRAFT "diwali greetings"
stamp set & emboss the same with gold & white embossing powders.

Color all of them using watercolors.

 Adhere the diya's as shown. Begin with sticking on the inside.

Here i used foam tapes to stick the front diya's.

Finish the card by adding the sentiment.
I used TUBBY CRAFT "diwali ganesha" stamp set.

And it's done!

So this is all for today. I hope you guys liked my projects.
Let me know in the comments below.
Thanks & Happy Crafting :)


Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Galaxy and fireworks card by Irina

Hello all!

This is Irina Chebotareva (IraChe).

Today I want to show you two cards. 


I made this card using Floral - Peony, Camelia Layered Flower stamp sets and Tubby Craft dye ink pads.

I stamped the peony and heat embossed it with the transparent embossing powder.

After that, i drew space and coloured it with Tubby Craft inks.

   I used Tubby Craft Light Pink, Sapphire Blue, Magenta, Lilac Purple, Chinese Blue and Lavender Violet inks.

 Later, I added shine to the peony.

Also I stamped the sentiment using Tubby craft Jet Black ink.

 Products Used

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Second card was made using stamp from Tubby Craft new release - "Diwali Greetings" stamp set.
I used light blue paper as base of the card. 

 I stamped the fireworks and heat embossed it with the white embossing powder.

After that, I blended background with blue colour inks.
 I used Tubby Craft Aqua Blue, Sapphire Blue,  Chinese Blue and Jet Black inks.
Also I stamped the sentiment using Fancy Sentiments stamp set.
After, I glued glowing sparkles.

Products Used

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Monday, 15 October 2018

Shaker and embossed diwali cards

Hello friends,

As the festival of Deepavali is soon approaching, I am glad to join you all on Tubby craft blog with some Diwali cards. Here is my first one with some close up pictures. 
Scroll down to know the procedure and the materials used for this card


1. I have used orange, yellow and white color cardstock for this card. The top one is white where I have done ink blending using Tubby craft dye inks Imperial red, lemon yellow and Tangy orange.

2. After ink blending, I have heat embossed small hanging diyas from Tubby Craft Diwali greetings stamp set with gold embossing powder.

3. Next I made a shaker element and used sentiment from Diwali Ganesha stamp set which is stamped with Black dye ink from Tubby craft.

4. I have attached red sparkle paper on the shaker element and filled some gold beads inside.The same gold beads have been used on sides to embellish the card.

5. Then I attached this piece on yellow cardstock with clear glue and both together on Orange base card with double sided foam. And my card is complete.

Material used:

Tubby Craft stamps:
Diwali Greetings

Diwali Sentiments

Tubby craft inks:
Imperial red
Tangy orange
Lemon yellow

Next card I have is again a Diwali card with a cute Ganesha stealing the limelight. I completely enjoyed making this card and also have a video tutorial on the making.Pictures of the card are attached below. Also the video is attached later that. So here is the card

Material used:

Tubby craft Stamps:
Diwali greetings

Diwali Ganesha

Tubby craft inks:
Emerald green
Imperial red
Tangy orange
Aqua blue

I hope you enjoyed both the cards. Happy Diwali once again. 

Do visit the blog for more inspiration.

Festive wishes,

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Two Diwali theme cards by Monika

Hello everyone!!!
This is Monika here today, I am going to share two gorgeous Diwali cards. I have used our newly released stamp sets and some dye ink pads from Tubby Craft. These Diwali stamps contain many gorgeous elements and come with lots of possibilities.
Here is my first card, I have used Tubby Craft "Diwali- Ganesha" stamp set for making this beautiful card.

 Lord Ganesha Card

1. I have stamped lord Ganesha image on white card stock and used Tubby Craft dye ink pads Lemon Yellow, Tangy Orange, Mustard Yellow, Chocolate Brown and Aqua Blue for colouring the image.
2. I have used Sizzix embossing folder for making embossed background. Then adhered the embossed piece onto card base along with some die cut designs.
3. Fussy cut the lord Ganesha image and added onto the card.
4. I have stamped the Happy Diwali sentiment from "Diwali -Ganesha" stamp set to finish my card.

Diwali Greetings Card

1. I have used a card base and a pattern paper with light purple shade. I have added a beautiful die cut pattern onto the card and stamped the sentiment "Shubh Deepawali" from the "Diwali Greetings" stamp set.
2. Then I have stamped some Diya images on white card stock using Jet Black ink and decorated all Diya using another pattern from the same stamp set.  
3. Then coloured the Diya, using Tubby Craft dye ink Lemon Yellow and Tangy Orange.
4. To finish the card, I adhered all the Diyas around the sentiment by using double side foam tape.

 I hope you will love both cards.

Supplies Used:

Thanks so much for visiting us...

Dr Monika Shukla