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Tubby Craft | Buttercup Stamp Set + Dye Inks = 3 Cards | Background & Stamping Techniques Tutorial by Deepti

Hello Everyone, I'm back again with my DT post. For today's post, I have made 3 cards using one stamp set. Yes... One stamp 3 ways .. with a video tutorial. I hope, you will get inspire...:) I have used  Buttercup stamp set  for my cards...Beware.. It's a Picture heavy post..😃 Here is Card 1 I have done ink smooshing for the background..check the video for more details..   Card 2 I did masking and lots of stamping for this is the close up... Card 3 This one is my favorite...Which one is yours ?? I would love to know.   I did ink blending and some silhouette stamping to make this thank you card. here is the close up... Check the video here... and give a thumps up and subscribe if you like it ... Here is the pic of all the cards together... I really enjoyed making these cards, I hope you get inspired. Thank you so much for stoppi

Smooshing technique pictorial by Shabneez

Happy Friday! It’s Shabneez with a blog post about smooshing.   Smooshing is a technique that once you start I’m sure you won’t stop and the Tubby Craft Dye Inks are perfect for this as they are waterbased. I have two step by step pictorial tutorials to share with you using the smooshing technique.   Smooshing is basically the combining of ink with water to create an effect. 1.   Take a sheet of watercolour card stock and put some imperial red ink on your glass mat with a spritz of water. 2.   Put the card on the ink and water mixture and smoosh by pressing and moving the card around in the ink. 3.   Do the same with the other colour ink pads to create a rainbow effect finishing with the lavender violet. 4.   Use the black ink to stamp the rainbows randomly around the rainbow background. 5.   Using the ink pads and a waterbrush I painted the unicorn image. 6.   Stamp the ‘You Are A Rainbow’ sentiment with blac

Birthday Cards | Tubby Craft | Blending and Stamping Tutorial by Priyadarshini

Hello everyone, Welcome back... If you have not followed the blog yet, hit the follow button now. Today, I have a video tutorial for a quick birthday card for a 6 year old. This is a very simple card using images and inked background.  I used two different stamp sets to make this card. I love to mix and match stamps while turning them into card.  Materials used: 1. Stamps     a.  Adorable runner     b.  Silly six 2. Inks     a.  Jet black     b. Sapphire blue      c.  Aqua blue     d.  Olive green     e.  Lawn green     f.  Emerald green     g.  Chinese blue     h.  Turquoise 3. White card stock 4. Dies 5. Colour pencils 6. Acrylic block     a.  Medium     b.  2 by 4 inches This is an easy and quick card perfect for a birthday. The stamp set I used here is perfect for birthday as it has a super cute elephant riding a bicycle and the