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ATC coins using mini stamps

Hello there, This is Priyadarshini here today, I have ATC coins here today using stamps from Tubby craft. I have used 3 different stamps to make these. They are easy and quick to make and absolute fun too. I have a common base here which is black cardstock and die cut small circle from white cardstock. I created different background for each using stencils and inks from Tubby craft.  What are Artist trading coins? They are miniature art created on 2.5"circle of heavy base cardstock.  ATC with stenciled background                      First, I stenciled the white cardstock using stencils and dye inks. Then added this to a black circle die cut.  Inks used are:  Turquoise ,  Olive green ,  Lavender violet I offset the stencil to get a a complete stenciled background. I stamped the images from  Lovely Owl  and  Butterfly Love  and coloured them with colour pencils.  To embellish, I added corrugated sheet,cotton gauze and twine.  To finish the coins, I added

Stenciling with Glitter Paste by Deepti

Hello Everyone, I'm stopping by to share two super glittery cards using Tubby Craft's beautiful stencils.. Over to my card.. To make this card, I ink blended white card stock using tubby craft inks. Then, I stenciled it using sliver glitter paste. Once it dried, I stamped the butterfly on vellum and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder. Fussy cut it and adhered the same on stenciled background along with die cut sentiments. Here is the close up... Isn't this texture is looking beautiful? ;) Here is my second card.. For this card, I used colored glitter paste for stenciling. Once it dried, I adhered the same on colored note card. Added die cut vellum heart along with die cut sentiments to complete it. I hope you get inspired. Thank you so much for stopping by!!! Here is the list of Tubby Craft products I've used:                        Tubby Craft products are available at following onl

Two amazing anniversary cards by Anushree

Hi Everyone !! Hope you all are doing good and crafting too. I have two cards for today. I have highlighted  different techniques for each card. Onto my first card, I have tried showcasing repeated stamping in a border style . I have used Plumeria Florals stamp set and Jet Black dye ink from Tubby craft to stamp the border first. Next I chose Imperial Red and Lead gray dye inks from Tubby Craft to color my florals. Sentiment is a die cut on Gold card stock and the card is embellished in gold peals. For border,I have adhered Gold border die cut to enhance the card on a black cardstock. Now onto my second card, I am using Checkered Stencil for the background .I have used rainbow colors from Tubby Craft Dye ink collection to put them on paper using blending brushes. I masked the center with a circle die cut before applying inks to the card base. Once stenciled background is ready,I removed the mask and stamped sentiment from Luc


Hi Guys, Welcome back to Tubby Craft Blog. I have 2 beautiful yet simple cards to share with you all today. Card 1: Steps to create this card: Cut a card base from thick cardstock. I have cut a square card base of size 3.5”*3.5” and then rounded the corners. Then on a separate piece of paper, I created a background by ink blending Tubby craft inks: Turquoise, Lavender Velvet and Sapphire Blue. Using a circle die that cuts out a leaves patter I die cut the ink blended piece. I then stamped the sentiment ‘You are Adorable’ from Tubby craft stamp set ‘Camelia layered flower’ on a white strip of paper. Then I assemble everything together as you can see in the card and our card is completed. Card 2: Steps to make this card:  I make a card base of size 3.5”*2.5”. On a separate piece of paper, I create a background by ink blending on it using Tubby Craft inks: Imperial Red, Tangy Orange and Lemon Yellow. I use a double stitched rectangle die to


Hello my dearies I hope you all are doing well :) This is  Crafter Anu  & today I am here to share 2 beautiful spring cards. For me spring season is about blooming flowers & colorful butterflies. So yes I tried to work with these only & here's how my project turned out to be.. CARD 1: YOU BRIGHTEN UP MY DAY I have used the BRIGHT DAY stamp set. To create this card follow the instructions: STEP 1: Stamp the following images from the stamp set using JET BLACK INK from tubby craft. P.S. because I used watercolors to color these here I have used a permanent ink to stamp the images. STEP 2: Color all the images using any medium you prefer & then fussy cut them all. STEP 3: Take a half inch strip of black cardstock & stamp the sentiment on it using versamark ink & then heat emboss it using gold embossing powder. STEP 4: For the background take a piece of white watercolor paper & using the LEAD GREY I

Tag and Card using Tubby Craft Butter Cup stamp Set

Hello everyone , hope you all are keeping yourself safe during this tough time of Corona Pandemic. All we do right now is to evolve the ways to stay safe and work together simultaneously. We  should be extra careful and smart to deal with this virus, as we do not know for how long it is going to stay. Now coming to this blog post ... I will be sharing with you a tag and a card   using Butter cup stamp set by Tubby Craft. For the tag I will be using Emboss resist technique.Emboss resist is such a versatile technique, it’s one of those that has been around for a while, but with all the new inks and embossing powders coming onto the market, it continues to evolve. This feature shows some fun ways to use Tubby Craft Ink with this emboss-resist technique. Below we share a complete step by step in how to emboss resist for beginners showing how to achieve the perfect embossed resist with Tubby Craft Ink. This technique can be achieved with a variety of different inks and embo