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Mice-y cards... with DT Anirudh

Hello, friends!

Today, I've got two fresh and vibrant projects to share with you all using the latest Tubby release; 


This card was really easy to put together.
I started by creating the beach sunset scene using Chinese blue, Sapphire blue and Turquoise dye inks for the sea; Chocolate brown and mustard yellow for the sand; and Lemon yellow and Tangy orange for the sky. Our awesome blending brushes provide a smooth blend and are so ergonomically designed.
I used Tangy orange to ink a die-cut circle for the sun as well.

I then stamped the mice with binoculars using Jet black ink, copic colored it and fussy cut it out.
For the sentiment, I simply white heat embossed onto black cardstock.
Lastly, I assembled the entire card on a red cardbase and also added a few flying birds using black pen along the sun to set the scene.

And there we have our cute mice-y card!
Let me show you all the next example...


For this card, I began by stamping the mice with the roe and then masked it before stamping the boat using the Jet Black dye ink, then I colored and fussy cut the combined image and set it aside.

For the background, I used the clouds stencil urpight for the clouds and reversed for the waves.
I simply chose a blue cardstock and then used Aqua dye ink for clouds and Chinese Blue ink for the waves.
I also added vellum overlay, with the sentiment white heat embossed over it, to act as a border for the boat.
As a quick tip, always make sure that glue is not visible through the vellum, for which I added a pattern paper frame along the edges.

Next, I assembled the card.

I added the mice by cleverly surfacing the roe above and rest boat below the vellum for a better look, added a few birds in the sky and a few jewel drops to accent.

Lastly, I adhered this panel over a red card base and our project is completed!

I loved creating these cards so much and hope that you would enjoy making them too!
Until next time, Keep Crafting!

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