1 Stamp – 2 ways – Roses by Tubby Craft

Hello there!

Isn’t it fun when you can get more out of your stamps. I just love stamps that are versatile and excellent for coloring. We can have a number of design options on hand and can choose according to the occasion.

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Today i am going to show can one such beautiful stamp  from Tubby Craft which is called Roses and More. Definitely this is a must have if you love coloring and a taste for good floral stamps.

CARD 1 – Coloring with Alcohol Markers

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I first stamped the image from the Roses & More stamp set using their acrylic stamping  blocks in Jet Black ink by Tubby Craft on a copic friendly card stock. I then colored the image with alcohol markers and added a few highlight with the color pencils.

Picture2 After coloring, I fussy cut the image and kept is ready. Then on a white card stock i gave score lines to for a pattern and added Nuvo Jewel drops in deep red.

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Once the card front was ready, I adhered the colored image with foam tape. I stamped the sentiment “Missing you” using their acrylic stamping  blocks and heat embossed it in white. The sentiment in this clear font is from Sweet Heart stamp set. I used the same red card stock as the sentiment strip for the card base and adhered the entire card front to it.

I really love how this card turned out in the combination of red, white and green. Hope you liked it as well.

Tubby Craft Supplies Used:

TOOLS

Tubby Craft’s acrylic block with guidelines – for comfort stamping and excellent gripping

big acrylic block small

STAMP SETS

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INKS

ink Jet-Black

CARD 2 – Shaker Card and water coloring with dye inks

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picture1I have to tell you, i have been using the dye inks by Tubby craft  and i love the results with them. These are good for stamping, heat embossing, coloring with my copic markers, ink blending, coloring with prisma color pencils and i am able to water color with these as well.I find myself reaching for these more and more for their multi functionality and vibrant colors.

3To make this card I first ink blended on a white card stock with dye inks by Tubby Craft. The colors is used are : Tangy Orange, Lemon Yellow and Imperial Red.  I then stamped on it the artsy “Made with Love” sentiment using their acrylic stamping blocks in Jet black ink.

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I then stamped the floral image from the Roses & More stamp set using their acrylic stamping  blocks in Jet Black ink by Tubby Craft on a water color card stock. I colored the image dye inks by Tubby Craft and added a few highlight with the color pencils. The colors is used are : Tangy Orange, Light Pink, Lawn Green, Emerald Green, Olive Green, Aqua Blue and Imperial Red.  I then fussy cut the image and kept it ready.

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Once the colored elements were ready, I die cut a oval window in the card front and stuck an acetate for the shaker window. I added foam tape on the back of the window and filled it with shaker mix before closing the back of the window with the ink blended piece. I then adhered the shaker card to a black card base and finally adhered the colored image of the roses to finish the card.

I just enjoyed playing with all the inks and using them to ink blend as well as color.

Tubby Craft Supplies Used:

TOOLS

Tubby Craft’s acrylic block with guidelines – for comfort stamping and excellent gripping

big acrylic block small

STAMP SETS

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INKS

ink Jet-Blackink Lemon-Yellow ink Tangy-Orangeink Imperial-Redink Light-Pinkink Aqua Blueink Lawn Greenink olive greenink Emerald Green

Do let me know how you like these cards by leaving me comments. I love to read them and I appreciate your time on my blog a lot.

Tubby craft products are available at following retailers-

HNDMD

CraftsNeed

Letz Craft

Crafters Corner

Nirmal Stationers

The Craft Shop

Nagashri Arts

Hope you liked the cards and will check out the wide range of good quality products by Tubby Craft.

Happy Crafting & Hugs

Bharati

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