Hi all! I’ve been playing in the tulip field this week, while being snowed in here in the mountains.
I have a few other tulip bundles from years past but I I really liked the sentiments in this new set and I was also intrigued to work with the ‘folding’ design of the dies. My video this week shows how to make a pop up card and I also show 4 other designs using the same bundle. I hope you try to make one of them with your tulips or flower dies!
VIEW/PRINT RECIPE PDF WITH MEASUREMENTS HERE
I created a few other cards using the Tulips bundle!
I really love the versatility of changing the colors around.
In all of them I used the Flowering Fields 12 x 12 Tulip paper in the Stampin’ Up mini catalog.
When a paper has SO many colors, there are so many possibilities for card base colors.
I rarely use Gorgeous grape but it works so well as a card base with a bright, yellow tulip! Just a little bit of the Flowering Fields paper along the side. A panel of Highland Heather cardstock embossed with the Brick & Mortar Embossing Folder from the SU annual catalog. The Highland Heather ribbon is a little sparkly – I didn’t know until I ordered it and was pleasantly surprised! The glittery Ombre paper and Rainbow paper are both in the annual catalog and are so pretty with spring flowers for a touch of sparkle.
As I went back to the Stampin’ Up annual catalog, I saw the Hydrangea Mercury Acetate and it is perfect for Tulips!
I love Pool Party and Poppy Parade colors together anytime! Winter cards or Spring and just a touch of black.
The vellum banner helps soften the paper to add a single tulip.
I added a touch of white ink to the flower bud to mimic the designer paper.
This the project I make in the video – I call it a Pop Up Planter Box Card
This pretty card was made by Debbie Hileman, a talented stamper on my team.
She used the long die as a nice accent over the paper!
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Loved all your ideas. I’m not good on the computer, how do I get the recipes for these cards?
It’s right under the video on my blog
Look for View/print recipe pdf or you can click on the link in the YouTube description
Love your cards. Unique and beautiful! Thank you for sharing. 😊