Techniques with Tubby Craft Supplies

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Welcome to my post. Today i have made 2 projects using tubby craft stamps with two different techniques for card making.

PROJECT 1 : Water coloring with dye inks and background with Alcohol inks

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To make this card I first Stamped the image of this beautiful oyster with a pearl from the stampset called “Precious Treasure” using the acrylic blocks by Tubby Craft and Tubby Craft Jet Black Ink  and heat embossed it with in clear embossing powder.

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I then colored the image using Tubby Craft Dye inks as water colors. The inks i used are : Imperial Red, Tangy Orange, Lemon Yellow, Light Pink, and Aqua blue. I added a few white highlights and fussy cut the image.

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Then on a separate card front I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set called  “Precious Treasures” using the acrylic blocks by Tubby Craft in Tubby Craft Jet Black Ink. I then added a strip of background with alcohol inks and even slimmer strip of black and white patter paper along the edge of the card front.

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I then adhered the fussy cut image of the oyster using multiple layers of foam tape for added dimension. I then matted the card front with black card stock and adhered it to a white card base.

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playing along with a few challenges:

 

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 Lemon-Yellow ink Imperial-Redink Light-Pink ink Tangy-Orange ink Jet-Black ink Aqua Blue

CARD 2 : Dye inks and embossing trap technique

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For this card,  I used the image from the stamp set called “Floral Elements:” and using the acrylic blocks by Tubby Craft I stamped the flowers and leaves in Tubby craft inks on a white card stock.

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To stamp the  flowers, leaves and elements the Tubby Craft Dye inks used are : Imperial Red, Tangy Orange, Lemon Yellow, and Lawn Green .

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After the inks were dry i stamped all the images with Versamark ink and heat embossed the areas with clear embossing powder. Once I was sure all the colored images were sealed with the embossing powder, I covered the entire card front with Tubby Craft Jet Black Ink.

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I then cut the entire panel into rectangular pieces and adhered them with multiple layers of foam tape on a card front. This way the patter gets a unique layout and has more dimension. I tucked in a black and white pattern paper on the edge and added a word die cut on the top for sentiment.

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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

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INKS

ink Lawn Green  ink Lemon-Yellow  ink Tangy-Orangeink Imperial-Red

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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