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DINOSAURS & ROSES --- DT DHRUVIKA

Hello my crafty folks..

Dhruvika here.. I hope all of your are having fun.. 2021 has been so good so far!! 

I have two cards for you using the DIY Papercrafting Birthday Theme Kit which is so beautifully curated by both Tubby Craft and Dress My Craft.

First Card

One of my favorite movies of all times has been the Jurassic park and when the beautiful stamp set by Tubby Craft Dinosaur was launched I was literally Roaring with excitement. All the childhood memories just came live again.. Who doesn't love the dinosaurs..

So here I am with my slimline card. 

Let's have a look at the card first


Supplies 

(a) 8.5 x 7 inches cardstock for card base scored half at 7 inches

(b) Dress my craft iris paper for creating the following panels

       (i) 2 grass border panels

       (ii) 1 hill side border

      (iii) 1 mountain border

       (iv) 1 sky panel

(c) Stampset Tubby Craft Dinosaur and Make a Wish 

(d)  Stencil Tubby Craft scalloped cloud stencil

(e) Dye Inks

      (i) Tubby Craft mustard yellow

      (ii) Tubby Craft olive green

      (iii) Tubby Craft lemon yellow

       (iv) Tubby Craft Chocolate Brown

(v) Tubby Craft Jet Black Dye Ink

(e) Coloring Medium of your choice for the roses

(f) 3D Foam Tape

(g) Blending Tool

(h) Tubby Craft Acrylic Block for stamping

Creating the card

Stamping the elements

I stamped all the images on the dress my craft iris paper from the January kit using the jet black dye ink. 


Coloring the images

I then colored all the images using the Copic markers (or any medium of your choice)

Once I was happy with the coloring I fussy cut them all to create the scene

Creating the Scene

And then my favorite thing of card making is creating the scene. I started with ink blending the dye inks as mentioned above in the supplies to all the pre die cut panels. 


Assembling the Card

And the I assembled all my elements on to the slimline cardstock so create a scene depicting all are getting ready for the birthday party. 

Add Ons

To add more fun and birthday elements like the balloons, caps and more fun I used the Make a Wish stampset which has got all the birthday elements.

Sentiments

And finally adhered them all using the glue and the dinosaurs using the 3D foam tape.. And finally added the sentiments from the Dinosaur stampset using the Tubby Craft Jet Black Dye Ink.

And tadaa the card is ready..

Second Card

Coming on to the second card which is again using the DIY Papercrafting Birthday Theme Kit 

Supplies

(a) Stamps  Tubby Craft Layered Roses

(b) Stencils  Tubby Craft Watercolor Lines Stencil

(c) Dye Inks 

(i) Tubby Craft Mustard Yellow

(ii) Tubby Craft Magenta

(iii) Tubby Craft Lilac Purple

(iv) Tubby Craft Turquoise

(v) Tubby Craft Aqua Blue

(vi) Tubby Craft Lawn Green

(vii) Tubby Craft Jet Black Dye Ink

(d) Coloring Medium of your choice for the roses

(e) 3D Foam Tape

(f) Washi Tape/ Carpenter's Tape

(g) Blending Tool

(h) Tubby Craft Acrylic Block for stamping


(d) Cardstock  Dress My Craft Iris Paper 5x4 inches 

Black Cardstock 270 GSM measuring 11x 4.25 inches scored in half along the longer side

I'm using the watercolored striped stencil and

Creating the Card

Background

I started with the stenciling on the Iris White Paper from the Birthday Theme Kit using the latest release of the Watercolor line Stencils affixed on the paper with the washi tape.

I started with the rainbow coloring using the above mentioned dye inks in the same sequence with the heavy hand. I then removed the stencil such that the negative spaces of the stencil now is at the white edges using the same dye inks but with the lighter hand now.

I ensured that the saturation of the colors was more at the bottom than at the top of the base cardstock to give an added interest.

Roses & Leaves

 I stamped the roses from the Layered Rose stampet which comes in the same Birthday Theme Kit and colored it using the Daniel Smith watercolors (you may use any medium of your choice to color the roses and the leaves).

Assembling the Card

Once I was all happy with the coloring I adhered all my roses and the leaves suing the 3D foam tape to give the added dimension.

Once everything was ready I used the Tubby Craft Jet Black Dye Ink to stamp the sentiments from the same set.

Finally I pasted the card base on to the Black Cardstock to pop up the colors..

And tadaa... the card is ready.. 


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