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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...


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 closer look at the card,


This is another outcome from the same stamp set.
For the flowers, I used light pink, raspberry and magenta dye inks.
After fussy cutting, I attached the flowers around a die-cut decorated card front in a vine-like manner.
Then, I used hot pink dye ink to make an ombre pink paper and used a word die.
For the word ''DIWALI", I applied emerald green and black in a gradient and stamped it.
To finish the card, I added the panel to a white card base and blinged it using adhesive gems.
Have a closer look at the card,

I hope you like these cards and give them a try!
Don't forget to comment your views down below,
and until then, Keep crafting...

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