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Easy background techniques with Anushree

Hello friends,
Anushree today on Tubby craft blog, Diwali has just passed but festive season is not yet over. Today I have a Christmas card and a Birthday card to inspire you with full pictorial. I have tried some fun and quick backgrounds with Tubby craft inks and stamps. So let's start our picture loaded post.



1. Firstly I have taken a white sheet and have done ink blending on whole sheet with Aqua Blue Tubby craft dye ink.

2. Then I used snowflake paste to create some snow in the sky and on the bottom by just spreading it.

3. I have used this elephant on a cycle image from Adorable runner stamp set. I stamped it on a separate sheet, colored it with tubby craft dye ink using water as a medium and fussy cut it.

4. Then I took a bigger size base white card stock and adhered my snow background. Next I attached my Elephant image with double sided tape. I have also attached some embellishments like gift boxes and handmade poinsettia flower.

5. Lastly attached a sticker sentiment to the card with double sided tape and my card is done.

Sharing some close ups of the card,

Material Used:
1. Tubby craft stamp: Adorable runner

2. Tubby craft inks:
 Aqua blue


Tangy Orange

Light Pink



My second card is for Birthday. Here is the procedure.

1. I took a white sheet and chose Make a wish stamp set to make the background. Then I picked all shades of Tubby craft dye inks and randomly started stamping three small stamps from the set.

2. Next I added some Nuvo and dovecraft glitter to the background to add more fun to it.

3. I used a teddy image from the stamp set,stamped with Tubby craft black ink on separate sheet and watercolored with Tubby craft inks again.

4. I also stamped sentiment from Fancy sentiments stamp set.Lastly I adhered all using clear glue and double sided tape.

Sharing some close ups,

Material used:

1) Acrylic blocks

2) Jet Black dye ink

3) Fancy Sentiments

4) Make a wish

All inks from Tubby Craft

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Hope you enjoyed both my cards.Both are fun and easy to make.Do try and share your creations with us.



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