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 Hello there everyone, this is Anirudh, Tubby Craft DT Member, with two festive cards using a non-festive stamp set. With the festivities fast approaching, I thought of making some Diwali cards. We all have many regular stamp sets with great images and I tried to give a festive touch to one of my all-time fav stamp set Camelia Layered stamp from Tubby Craft . Other products used would be mentioned at the end of the post. Let's begin... CARD 1 For this card, I used Camelia Layered stamp and stamped the base image with lemon yellow dye ink and the two detail layers with tangy orange dye ink. Then I masked the flower and stamped the leaf image from the stamp set using lawn green dye ink. Next, I fussy cut them and adhered with liquid glue and foam tape onto a deep blue card panel and finished it with a white heat embossed sentiment and a few adhesive half pearls. Then I adhered this onto a silver mirror card sheet and then affixed it over the same deep blue card base. Here's a cl

Interactive Swing Card By DT Dhruvika

Hello Crafts Friends, I hope all of you are enjoying various inspirations shared by our various DTs this month. One of the most beautiful stamp sets for me is the Best Fishes Stamp set which is 3x2 inch small stamp but contains all the elements to create an underwater scene. Being a scuba diver myself, I totally love the unfathomable depths of the mystical oceans. Let's have a look at the card first Let's have a look at the interactive part of this Supplies Stamps  (Best Fishes by Tubby Craft) Cardstock  (Electric Blue Cardstock 280 gsm, Sky Blue Cardstock 280gsm, Neenah Solar White Cardstock 180gsm) Acetate strip  – 0.5 x 2.5 inches Coloring medium  (Copic Markers) Tubby Dye Ink  (Aqua Blue, Turquoise Blue, Chinese Blue, Lead Gray, Jet Black) Dies (Scalloped Circle Dies 4'' by Die Cuts and More and Stitched Circle Die by Lawn Fawn 3'') Die cutting machine Metal Brad Adhesives (Liquid Adhesive used here) Paper Trimmer Scoring tool Blending Tools  Measurements Cu

sea scene card video - best fishes

    hello friends! This is Anu, designer at tubby craft. I hope you all are doing well. Today I am here to share a sea scene card. It is such a fun & full card having so many elements of sea. This card is featuring the newly launched stamp set BEST FISHES by tubby craft. I also combined it with an old stamp set PRECIOUS TREASURE, as they both go well together. This tiny one is such a cute stamp set with so many elements & I absolutely loved creating with the same. I have a video tutorial for this card you can watch it here: OTHER SUPPLIES USED: Aqua blue dye ink Sapphire blue dye ink mustard yellow dye ink Rectangle acrylic block You can visit  for the the supplies. Tubby Craft products are available at following online retailers - HNDMD   Crafters Corner Nagashri Arts I hope you liked this video if so please leave some love in the comments below. until next time h appy crafting Crafter Anu

Create a scene using mini stamps

 Hello there, This is team member Priyadarshini here today with another post where I have created a small scene inside a die cut area. I used out October release stamps to make these two cards. I used mini stamps Firefly and Best fishes to make these two cards along with stencils Scalloped clouds and Dot illusion . I have a video on how I made these cards below.  Light field using fireflies  To make this card, I stamped the large firefly and the jar.  I wanted to make it look like the jar is open and the fireflies are flying out of them.  I die cut an oval and masked the base and did some stenciling using Dot illusion and lead grey ink.  I took another oval die cut piece and started inking the background first using Turquoise and Chinese blue ink. I die cut some grass and inked with lawn green and emerald green.  After adding them to the base, I added the fuzzy cut jar and cut the lid. I pasted the lid in an angle to make it look like the jar is open and the flies are flying out of

Magnetic Photo Frame Video Tutorial with Anushree

Hi Everyone!! I am back on the blog with some new inspiration. We all know how awesome Tubby Craft stamps , stencils and inks work for card making...Since I am majorly into making cards, first thought seeing all that stuff is always making a card. I have tried something new today and super excited to show you all through a video tutorial. I have made a magnetic photo frame...That's cool Absolutely Sharing some pictures of the frame and material used I have used  Moroccan Tiles stencil Beary Wishes stamp set Sapphire Blue Dye ink Here is video tutorial Hope you enjoyed the making and got inspired to try something new with Tubby Craft products. Thanks for stopping by. Hugs,Anushree