Saturday, 22 February 2020

Two cards by Irina

Hello all!

This is Irina Chebotareva (IraChe).
Today I want to share my two cards.



I made this card using "Precious Treasure" stamp set and ink pads.
I blended background with Tubby Craft Aqua Blue dye ink.



After that, I stamped images with the Jet Black dye ink and colored it up with markers.
I also used white gel pen for detailing. Then I stamped the sentiment with Jet Black ink.
To finish the card, I added some sequins.








I made this card using "DIY Background" and "Lucky Quote" stamp sets and Tubby Craft dye ink pads.



I stamped strips with Tubby Craft inks. 
I used Lemon yellow, Mustard yellow, Tangy Orange, Imperial red, Light Pink, Hot Pink, Raspberry, Magenta, Lilac Ourple, Chinese Blue, Aqua Blue, Turquoise and Emerald Green inks. 
Also, I stamped the sentiment with the Jet Black ink.
To finish the card, I added some drops.



Products Used

 


Tubby Craft products are available at following online retailers -


HNDMD
CraftsNeed
Letz Craft
Crafters Corner
Nirmal Stationers
The Craft Shop
Nagashri Arts

Crafters Emporio






Make beauty with smile,
Irina Chebotareva





Thursday, 20 February 2020

Meet New Team Member - Swati | Colorful Floral Cards

Hello Everyone!!

Meet Swati Gupta. She is an ex-corporate employee, turned into a full-time artist. She works out of a home studio in Hyderabad, India.
She started her crafting journey in Feb 2014, since then she is hooked to this art form. Along with cardmaking, she specializes in Watercolour painting and calligraphy as well.
She has a brand by the name @Huesofmemories and makes customised cards, gifts, tags and wooden magnets. She conducts workshops all over India. She creates various unique products using her cardmaking skills and teaches the same.

You can check out my work on my below Social media accounts:
Instagram | Facebook

Over to Swati...

Hello Everyone,


I am very excited to be a part of the Tubby craft design team.
I hope to inspire you guys with my projects throughout my DT journey.


Sharing my first blog post where I teach you how to make these 2 beautiful and colorful floral cards.


Card 1:


I love creating my own backgrounds using watercolors for a card and in this card too I have done the same.
It’s very easy and you don’t have to rely on many supplies.




Sharing the step-by-step process:
1.       I created a card base of size 4”*6” using a Textured cold-pressed Watercolor paper.
2.       Took a flat watercolor brush of size 10 and painted parallel lines using Turquoise blue Watercolor. You can use any color you want.
3.       Once the paper dries, I hand drew a thin black border across the edges.
4.       I then stamped the wildflowers image from Tubby craft Bright day stamp set onto a watercolor paper using some waterproof ink.
5.       I colored it using watercolors. I stamped the image 4 times and colored all of them.
6.       Then I fussy cut all the images.
7.       I then cut a thin strip of watercolor paper and color it using the same color that I used in the background.
8.       I then heat embossed the sentiment ‘You Brighten Up My day’ using some versamark ink and white embossing powder onto the thin stip.
9.       I arrange all the previously cut flower images in the centre of the card in a bouquet form and stick them with some glue.
10.   Put some thin foam tape strip at the back of the card and stuck it horizontally near the stem of the flowers.

11.   Finished the card using some Nuvo drops and it's done. 😊


Card 2:


Using stencils to create quick backgrounds is one of my favourite techniques.





Sharing the step-by-step process of this cute and colorful card.
1.       Take white cardstock and cut it slightly smaller than 4”*5.5” in size.
2.       I used TCS stencil 19 to create heart-shaped patterns on the top and bottom of the card using a finger dauber. I used Tubby craft Hot pink and Turquoise inks.
3.       Then I created some splatters in the cards using some red and blue watercolor.
4.       I stamped the floral pattern from Tubby craft ‘Plumeria florals’ stamp set onto a watercolor paper using some waterproof ink.
5.       Then I colored it using watercolors and to finish the flowers I spattered some gold watercolor paint.
6.       I then fussy cut the floral image.
7.       Then I heat embossed the sentiment ‘You Brighten Up My day’ using some versamark ink and white embossing powder onto the thin black strip.
8.       Once all the elements are dried, I stick the using some glue and foam tape onto the card front.
9.       Then I die cut a card base using a stitched rectangle die of size 4”*5.5” and stick the card front onto it.
10. Our card is completed now.


I hope you guys liked the tutorial.
Keep crafting!!

Supplies used:






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Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Stencilling with Anushree

Hi Friends,

Today I have two lovely cards to share. I have used Tubby Craft stencils, stamps and inks to create them.

My first card is a Shaker,



To make this card,I have used a 5*7 inches white card base.Next I used Zig Zag Stencil for the background and diecut a circle to make shaker element.I have used Imperial Red and Hot pink Dye inks.

i stamped this cute image from Penguin love stamp set and colored using Tubby Craft dye inks.I attached it to card using clear glue.

Sentiment is a diecut in white cardstock adhered using clear glue again.

Now onto my next card,



I have used Peacock Feather stencil for the background of this card.I have used Lawn green and sapphire Blue dye inks for that.

Next I stamped sentiments in black and one sentiment is a mdf cutout.

These sentiments are from Fancy Sentiments stamp set and Plumeria Florals Stamp set.

I have also used small pearls to embellish the card.

Products used:











Tubby craft products are available at following retailers- 

Thank you for stopping by..
Have a wonderful day,
Anushree