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Guest Design Post by Anila Dikay

Hi friends! It gives me immense pleasure to be Guest Designing for Tubby Craft .  I would like to thank Shruti for inviting me to do this guest post.  I have a set of CAS cards made using the Make a Wish stamp set sent to me by Shruti. Card 1 Stamped, coloured with zig markers and fussy cut the images. On a white card panel, distressed the BG using a stencil.  Mounted this panel on a white card base. Stamped the sentiment. Adhered the images over the stencilled area. Card 2 Stamped, coloured with zig markers and fussy cut the images.  On a white side-fold card, stamped the sentiments in various dye inks.  Adhered the images over the stamped sentiments. Card 3 Stamped, coloured with zig markers and fussy cut the images.  Created a BG by stamping the image on a green card panel using green dye inks. Mounted this on a green card base. Stamped the sentiment using Memento ink. Adhered the images on the card. Tubby

Guest Design Post (Cardmaking) by Preeti Datta

Hello Dear Crafty Friends!! Preeti Datta (aka Dutt Preety) here :) Firstly, I'd like to wish everyone a  Merry & Warm Christmas!! Blessings to you and your loved ones :) I'd like to thank Shruti, the wonderful owner of Tubby Craft for inviting me to Guest Design.  I enjoyed working with the beautiful stamps.  I have created 4 cards today. Most of these cards are in the CAS or Clean & Simple Style of Cardmaking. There is also a photo tutorial for one of the CAS (clean & simple) cards, if you'd like to recreate it.  1. CAS Card: Thanks a ton  Photo Tutorial for CAS Card 1:  1. Used the Tubby Craft Baby Elephant Stamp  2. 3.  4.  5. 2. CAS Card: Penguin Christmas Wishes  Process:  For this CAS card, I stamped the Penguin from the Tubby Craft Penguin Love Stamp Set onto Canson Watercolor paper, colored it with prisma color pencils and then fussy cut the image. Further, sta

For the love of Cutie Patootie stamp set

Hi Guys,  This is the 'Cutie Patootie' stamp set by Tubby Craft which has made me fall for it.  Using the same, i have designed frames, money envelops & cards. These stamps not only keep up to a crafter's expectations in terms of quality but also provides endless variations they can be used for.  Project 1   Lets learn how to make frames:-  On a chipboard of size 6"by 6", paste a plain blue paper (slightly darker than the upper layer to highlight the elements placed over upper layer) Now as the base is ready, lets convert it into a 3D frame using white card stock and give depth to the edges using distress inks.  Use black pen to give the stitched effect on the card stock. Pop out the outer frame with double side tape.  Stamp the baby images and sentiments on white card stock using archival inks. Pencil colour and fussy cut the images. Mount these mesmerising cuties on the frame using double side tape for lifted impression.

Shine on wherever you go..

Hello Crafty Peeps!!!! I am Uma here once again with a new card which I made for Tubby Craft using Shine On stamp set. Today i am guest designing for Tubby Craft. I am really thankful to Shruti for this opportunity. I found the stamps very beautiful and gives crisp impression at first go. Thumps up to awesome quality of Tubby Craft stamps.  This is the most wonderful time of the year and and hence i have made a 3d interactive card for Christmas.  Here is the picture of the card: For this card : I took a card stock measuring 4"×12". Then I scored straight lines at 2", 4", 8" and 10". Score the lines diagonally and make 13 partitions on the card stock as shown in the video below: Then, cut red card stock and pattern paper to create 13 panels.  Now, first adhere red card stock and then pattern paper over the red card stock. I have cut 4 circular pieces of red card stock and pattern paper (2 each). To create multiple l

Want some penguin love

I just love this “Penguin Love” stamp set by Tubby Craft. I used it to make a cute Christmas card. The stamps leave a very sharp and crisp image. And as they are flexible, you can be very creative with them! Many designs in 1 stamp set, give you loads of options to mix   and match, like I have done in this card ;) Here’s how I made this card:- •      Let’s prepare the base for the card:  Cut a piece of White card stock of 14.5*10 c.m.  Fussy cut the two hills.      •     Now, take the White cardstock.     Stamp the snow flake and star with Watermark   stamp pad & heat emboss it with  Clear  Embossing     Powder. •    Colour the relevant portion (the ones above the hills) with Distress Inks. I have used 3 colours and blended them to give this evening-sky effect!   Looks so Christmas-y :D The Snow Flake stamps turned out to be magical! •     Now for my favourite part. Take the Penguin stamp, put it on the acrylic b

Welcome to Tubby Craft blog!

Art and artist can never be separated. With departure of 2017, in this wonderful month of December, we, at Tubby Craft, bring to you a brand new variety of craft ideas that aim to bring art and artist even closer. Our aim is to provide innovative, multipurpose and economical craft supplies to all artists all over the globe catering to their needs and interest. Here, at the blog the best designers will showcase there projects through photos and videos with detailed description which will inspire all budding artists to create beautiful projects. For here is our first release. We have brought to you skill fully created photopolymer stamps in 7 unique designs. Stay tuned for more updates. Thanks for visiting!