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Altered Paper Clips Using Tubby Craft Stamps & Inks

  H ello Everyone,  Today I am here to share with you Altered Paper clips I made using Tubby craft  Tags Pattern  stamp set.  Paper clips can make great bookmarks, pegs for closing greeting cards or even gift bags, especially when they are turned into something cute.  Here are some easy and cool DIYs to make such clips – choose the d├ęcor you like and go! Material Required U Clips 50mm Left over paper in your stash Foam tape Tacky Tape Tubby Crafts  Baby Elephant  stamp Tubby  Crafts  Tags Pattern   Stamp Tubby Crafts  Wishes with Magnolia  stamp Tubby craft Inks Procedure I used leftover paper in my stash and Stamped the tags from the Tag pattern stamp set . I adhered the stamped tags on the U clips using tacky tape. Further I colored images from various stamp sets and attached on them using foam tape . In the last I added sentiment from the same stamp set and my DIY Bookmarks or Gift tags were ready. Wasn't it easy ?  Grab your leftover stash and add this DIY to your list of new c

DIY Pattern Papers - Video Tutorial

  Hello Everyone, Mugdha here,  I am on the Tubby Craft blog today to share a Video tutorial with you all. We all love using pattern papers in our projects, What if  we are able to make them by ourselves? Sounds interesting, isn't it?  Today I am going to show you how you can make your own pattern papers and use them in your cards by using Tubby craft inks and stencils. I have few pics of my cards to share with you all Lets have a look Here is the Video tutorial for above cards                                                         Products used You can visit  for the the supplies. Tubby Craft products are available at following online retailers - HNDMD   Crafters Corner Nagashri Arts Thank you. Happy Crafting!!

Baby Boy Scrapbook Layout Video Tutorial

Hi Everyone !! Anushree here I am back on the blog and this time I have video tutorial for you all. I have made a Baby Boy Scrapbook layout for my tutorial. I have used Newly released Baby Boy stamp set and an old release stencil Stars and circles along with Tubby Craft Inks and acrylic blocks. Here are some of the pics of my project Hope you enjoyed the pictures, Here is detailed Video tutorial on how I made this You can visit  for the the supplies. Tubby Craft products are available at following online retailers - HNDMD   Crafters Corner Nagashri Arts Thanks for stopping by. Hugs, Anushree

See through window cards - Sep release

  Hi everyone This is team member Priyadarshini here.  For my post, I have see through window cards using our newly launched stamps. This is a very easy interactive technique to make quick cards. The process to make them is the same but I have used different backgrounds and dies. I have video as well to go along with this post. Products used are mentioned at the end of the post.  Card 1 For my first card, I used Krishna stamp set and mixed it up  with peacock feathers stencils.  First, I did the stenciling part on white cardstock using aqua blue and turquoise ink. Then with a light hand, I added some lawn green to the background.  I took a top fold white notecard and lined up the stenciled piece. Using a circle die, I die cut both the card the layers to create a window.  I added a piece of acetate that will hold the image and make it look like its floating.  To finish the card, I added some embellishments and a sentiment on the inside of the card.  Card 2 For my next card, I used surpr


Hey there crafty people. I hope you all doing well. This is Anu, Design team member Tubby Craft. Today i am here to share 2 simple coloring tags that i created using Tubby Craft newly released stamp sets, so lets have a look. SURPRISE BOX KRISHNA The process of creating both of these tags are same. I cut down two pieces of watercolor cardstock & punch them using a tag punch to make them into a tag. On one of the tags i created a watercolor background using tubby craft light pink dye ink. After that i stamped Krishna image directly onto the plain tag & the girl image on a separate piece of cardstock. I colored both of these images using watercolors. Then i fussy cut the girl image & added it on the watercolor background using foam tape. Lastly i stamped the sentiments individually using jet black ink from tubby craft. Supplies used: Surprise stamp set Krishna stamp set Light pink dye ink Jet black dye ink Rectangle acrylic block I hope you liked these projects if so please l


Hello all, I am here to introduce another new Design Team Member - Natasha Davies liked to be known as "Tasha". Lovely name isn't it ? She is  from the UK and married with two wonderful children. She has hEDS and she is always looking for ways to allow her to work round my disabilities, especially in the craft room! Such an inspiration she is. She is passionate about crafty therapy and creating makes her happy! She loves trying new techniques and She is comfortable with most mediums. You all can follow her at following social media accounts - Facebook | Instagram | Blog | Youtube That's it from me today! Hope you all have great day! Love  Shruti Over to Tasha.... Hey crafty people! It's Tasha here, with my very first post as a member of Tubby Craft Design Team! I'm so looking forward to sharing inspiration with you all, and I can't wait to see what you all make with Tubby Crafts' awesome products. Some info about me:  I'm from the UK. I lov


Hi All, I am back to introduce another Design Team Member - Dhruvika Raj.  She is an aeronautical engineer, loves traveling and adventurous, certified mountaineer, scuba diver and a paraglider. She loves to explore the skies, lands and the deep oceans all across the world. Paris and Lisbon are her favourite cities for the art that these cities exhibit. She is currently posted to Bangalore which is due to the urban nomadic lifestyle that she has, owing to serving the nation as a proud soldier of the Indian Air Force. Follow her at following social media channels - Instagram  |  Blog  |  Facebook  |  Youtube Over to Dhruvika.... Hello Dear Crafty Friends, I am Dhruvika and too excited to share my first post as Tubby Craft Design Team Member. I hope all of you are safe and feeling crafty. Since it is Fall, I decided to share some quick ideas to create a series of Thank you cards. These Thank You cards are created using ink blending, die cutting, stenciling and stamping techniques. Here&#