Showcasing Tubby Craft Dye Inks

Hello There!

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Welcome to my post. Today i have made 2 cards using the stamps and the vibrant dye inks by Tubby Craft.  With the inks the focus is on ink blending for great background on the cards.

CARD 1 : Anniversary Card

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To make this card i first masked the edges of the card front and then ink blended on it using the Tubby Craft inks – Lemon Yellow, Tangy Orange and Imperial Red. A tip for a good ink blending is nice juicy ink dabbers. Mine are so full of ink. Also dabbing the ink on a separate paper and starting slightly off the page eliminates blobs of ink on the project. I must say i love how the Tubby craft inks blend into each other forming a smooth gradient. I peeled the masking tape off after the ink bending was over.

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On a separate watercolor paper, i stamped the images of the numbers 1 and 0 using acrylic blocks by Tubby Craft and heat embossed it with Tubby Craft Jet Black ink & cleared embossing powder. The cute critters peeping from the image of the number makes the stamps adorable. cake

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I then colored the image using the dye inks for water coloring. The Tubby craft inks I used are – ” Lead Grey”, “Light Pink”, ” Chocolate Brown”, “Lawn Green” and  “Emerald Green”. I used the acrylic blocks by Tubby Craft as bases where i applied a little ink on to it and then water colored by picking the ink from it.

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I then fussy cut the images and adhered them on the inked panel with foam tape to add dimension. I also Stamped the sentiment ” Happy Anniversary” from the “Fancy Sentiment” stamp set by Tubby craft.

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I then added few sequin and nuvo drops to embellish the card and adhered on to  back matted layer.

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I finished the card by adding the whole card front on to a white card base.

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Tubby Craft Supplies Used:

TOOLS

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

big acrylic block small

STAMP SETS

fancy_sentiments    one_fun    IMG_8397

INKS

ink Jet-Blackink Lawn Greenink Emerald Green.jpgink Lemon-Yellowink Tangy-Orange ink Imperial-Redink Light-Pink ink Chocolate-Brownink Lead Grey

CARD 2 : Lucky to have you Card

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For this card I first used the masking tape to conceal the area i wanted to be left white. For this i first cut thinner strips of the masking tape and then stuck them in a desired pattern. Picture2

Then I inked the whole card front using Tubby craft dye inks in bright colors like – Aqua Blue, Sapphire Blue, Lilac Purple, Magenta, Lavender violet. 

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I then peeled the masking tape to reveal the white area. This looks so pretty. Isn’t It.

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I then added a rectangular die cut sheet of vellum

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On a smaller rectangular die cut i stamped the sentiment from “Lucky quote” stampset using acrylic blocks by Tubby Craft and heat embossed it with Tubby Craft Jet Black ink & cleared embossing powder. I adhered this piece on top of the vellum sheet.

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I then added a few sequin and gem stones to embellish the card and add further interest.

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I also added the matted layers before adhering to the card base. All the layers are adhered using foam tape to add dimension to each layer.

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Tubby Craft Supplies Used:

TOOLS

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

big acrylic block small

STAMP SETS

lucky quote.jpg
INKS

ink Sapphire-Blueink Aqua Blueink Lavender-Violetink Lilac-Purpleink Imperial-Redink Jet-Black ink Megenta

I hope you liked my cards. 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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