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 Hello Crafty Folks!!! A very happy Holi to all of you.. I extend my wishes for all the colorful days with all positive vibes in your lives all through out the year.. Thank You for being such a nice audience.. I loved being live with you guys everytime.. So yesterday we created the Theatre Fold card.. The video can be found here in case you missed it or want to see it again for the assembly of the pieces. Video Link to the video Supplies Dress my Craft Iris Paper Tubby Craft Dye Ink Pads  Aqua Blue ,  Turquoise Blue ,  Lemon Yellow ,  Tangy Orange ,  Lawn Green ,  Hot Pink ,  Light Pink ,  Imperial Red Tubby Craft Balloons Stencil Tubby Craft Big Birthday Wishes Stamp Set Dress My Craft Sweet Blossom Pattern Paper All of the above products can be found in the Tubby Craft Monthly Kit- Kids Theme Measurements 2 pieces measuring 14.8cm x 10.5cm (this will be the front and back panels) 2 pieces measuring 14.8cm x 10.3cm (these will be the door panels), score each piece at 2.5cm and 7.4cm 2

Explosion Box Using DIY Birthday Theme Kit by Tubby Craft

  Hello Everyone,  Myself Mona Diwan and today I am going to share with you Explosion Box I created using the DIY Paper craft Birthday Kit which is recently launched by Tubby Craft in collaboration with Dress My Craft. This kit is complete in itself as it has got everything needed for stamping and card making. For this explosion box I have used all the supplies provided in the kit. I used Iris card stock in the kit and made the explosion box. I then took the sweet Treat paper pack and cut it to mat the flaps and cover of explosion box. I stamped the candle image from the stamp set on iris card stock provided in the kit and coloured them using zig markers. I also fussy cut the few elements from the paper pack and adhered them on the scallop circles on all four flaps. I used Alphabet stencil provided in the kit to stencil the alphabets of the word LOVE on all four scallop circles on the flaps of the box using Tubby Craft Ink. For the cake, I have used my Circle nestabilities to cut and e


 Hello Crafty Folks!! Spring is here and if you follow me on Instagram ( you would have seen my garden springing up with the cherry blossoms.. It is a sight to see. I love the colors of the flowers around and how they create the rainbow effect on the ground. So taking an inspiration from there, I have created the rainbow colored cards using the stencils that come in Tubby Craft Monthly Kit for Kids Theme . My First Card To create this card, you shall require Tubby Craft Balloons Stencil Tubby Craft Alphabet Stencil Dress My Craft Iris Paper panel trimmed to 4x51/4 inches for the panel Dress My Craft Iris Paper for card base trimmed to 4X11 inches scored in half along the 11 inches Tubby Craft Dye Ink Pads Aqua Blue , Turquoise Blue , Lemon Yellow , Tangy Orange , Lawn Green , Emerald Green , Jet Black , Lilac Purple, Lavender Purple , Hot Pink , Light Pink , Sapphire Blue , Imperial Red Tubby Craft Bloom Stamp Set Creating the Card I fixe

Gift pocket in cards

 Hello there, This is Priyadarshini here today and  I am back with another post for   Tubby craft   team using our newly launched   DIY kit birthday kids special . I have a different project here where I made two cards with pockets in the front where we can tuck in a gift card or some money as gift. To make these cards, I stretched the stamps.  Card 1 For the first card, I used  Baby in box  stamp set along with  Big birthday wishes .  I used the large cake with number candle and the sentiment and a few cupcakes.  I masked of the baby from baby in box stamp set and tucked in the cake and cupcakes into the box.  I used a vellum sheet on the back of the stamped images and added double sided adhesive and created a small pocket to tuck in a gift card or some birthday cash.  To finish the card, I took a white top fold note card, and added a piece of pattern paper from the kit and added the cake image to the base.  I also added the sentiment Surprise and some sequins.  Card 2 For my next car

DIY Alphabet Board for kiddos! I DT Anirudh

Hi everyone! I'm super happy to be creating educational projects for kids using the new  DIY paper crafting Kit Kids Theme; and I've come up with an interactive alphabet board for the learning-aged ones! Have a look at it here, You just need this amazing kit along with some regular crafting supplies to put this together. Start by trimming the Iris paper to 6x6" and attach 3/4" wide strips of pattern paper along the borders to make it attractive. Then, using a ruler, make two lines to aid in proper letter positioning. Using a small piece of paper, create a stand for this board For the letters, simply trim 26 piec es of 1" x1 1/2" Iris paper and then using the three vibrant dye inks and the alphabet stencil included in the kit, make the letters. You can also double up the frequent letters, which would aid in the better word power of the child! Lastly, use tacky glue or repositionable adhesive at the back of each letter and let dry. And voila, the paper alphabe

Card and Tags/bookmarks for kids using Tubby craft DIY kit

     Hello Crafty friends, Mugdha here.   Today, I am going to share two cute projects with you all, I used Tubby craft DIY kit for kids  . Many a times  I find it difficult to make projects for kids but this kit provides all the supplies needed to make different projects for kids. I have made a card and two tags/bookmarks. Lets have a look at them one by one                              For this card, I used Alphabet stencil and grey ink for background of this card. I used versamark ink to stamp the sentiment which is from Baby in box stamp set and heat embossed it using white embossing powder. Lastly, added some embellishments to finish off my card.     Now, Lets have a look at the tags               For these tags I used Alphabet stencil and Tubby craft Aqua blue  and lawn green ink pads. I also used the dress my craft pattern papers from the kit. I used Envelope quotes stamp for the sentiments. These tags can be used as Bookmarks also.                                              

Fun with CIRCLES | with Anushree

Hi Friends, Anushree here I have some fun projects for you all today and the theme is "CIRCLES". Mostly we make our cards in either square or rectangular shapes. So today, first I want to show you a cute card in a circle shape. To make this card, I took a Blue cardstock and folded it into half. To get a circle shape card, I left little bit from the top while die cutting and that's how the two sheets remained joint. Next I cut a smaller size circle and adhered on the base card. Now I took another smaller white card stock and inked with Aqua Blue tubby Craft Ink. I also used Circle Spread stencil with the same color ink. I cut some grass on green card stock and adhered at the bottom, I stamped some Plants, Bubbles and a small fish from Best Fishes stamp set in Sapphire blue ink. Next I stamped a big fish and colored in Copics, fussy cut it and adhered using double sided tape. The sentiment is inked in Jet Black Tubby Craft Ink and is from the same stamp set. This was so muc