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Meet Tubby Craft Design Team Member - Berina Febin

Hello people,

Wishing you all Happy Republic Day. Hope peace reigns in your part of the world today and everyday.

Super delighted to introduce our next team member - Berina Febin

She lives in Overland Park, Kansas with her husband and 2 beautiful daughters. She started stamping and making cards in 2013. She loves coloring - especially floral images. Copics are her go-to medium for coloring, though she loves to watercolor as well. Her magic can be seen in her creations. You guys will also fall in love with her creations. Following are her social account links - 

Today she has two gorgeous cards to share with us. Lets hear it from Berina..

Hello everyone! It's Berina here today and I'm so excited to be a part of the Tubby Craft Design Team. Today, I've made 2 cards using the Tubby Craft Perfect You stamp set.

Card 1:

I love this wreath from the Perfect You stamp set. I decided to do no-line coloring on it with a soft and subtle color scheme.
  • Stamp the wreath and the sentiment on white card stock with grey ink and trim the panel to 3" x 5 1/2"
  • Color the image. This step is my favorite! I used Copic markers to color them. The colors I used are - RV29, RV14, RV13 and RV21 for the flowers and C7, C5, C3 and C1 for the leaves. I also added shading to the tiny leaves.
  • Adhere this panel on to a grey card stock panel of size 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". Then adhere the grey panel on to an A2 card base.
Card 2:

This is a tri-fold card with lots of gold embossing. I made this card using a 4 1/4" x 10 1/2" card stock panel (slightly smaller than 4 1/4" x 11", the standard A2 card base size).

This picture shows the card with the first fold open.

This is the inside of the card, with both folds open, where I have stamped the sentiment.
Here's how I made this card:
  • Take a card stock panel of size 4 1/4" x  10 1/2" and score it at 3 1/2" and 7". This makes the tri-fold card base.
  • Starting with the outer most fold, die cut a circle on it. The size of the circle is just a bit larger than the wreath image. Stamp the tiny branches with embossing ink and heat emboss it with gold embossing powder.
  • On the second fold, trace the circle die cut position with a pencil very lightly, to help position the wreath stamp. Stamp the wreath image with embossing ink and heat emboss it with gold embossing powder. 
  • Fussy cut the inside of the wreath with a knife.
  • On the inside of the card, stamp and emboss the sentiment with gold embossing powder, so that the sentiment is visible through the hole in the center of the wreath.
  • Color the wreath image on the second fold. I used some inexpensive water-based markers to color this. 
This tri-fold card kind of looks daunting at first, but is actually pretty easy once you start making it.

Tubby Craft products used:

I hope you liked my cards today. Do let me know your thoughts on them.

Thanks for stopping by today. Have a great day!


  1. Both the cards are Beautiful Berina!

  2. Congratulations to a delightful lady, Berina, love your card as always a big inspiration. I certainly loving this stamp.xx [aNNie]


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