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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Tulip Card

Today's project is for card-makers out there.  I love to make cards for all occasions.  The tulip card I created is one that can be adapted for general greetings, birthdays, thank-you's, etc.

Keep the layout but change the tulip stamp to some other flower stamp.  Have fun with different lace border punches.  Try different colour combinations.

Sometimes I think you just need a basic layout to guide you and your imagination does the rest. I am including the instructions I wrote and use in workshop classes. Have Fun!

         

Tulip Card



Materials by StampinUp

Card stock:                   Very Vanilla
                                       Raspberry Ripple
                                       Whisper White

Ink Pads:                       Raspberry Ripple
                                       Gumball Green
Punch:                           Decorative Label
Border Punch:              Lace

Tools:                             12” cardstock trimmer
                                       Snail Adhesive
                                       Stampin Dimensionals
                                       Bone Folder

Stamp sets:                  Decorative Label ‘Four Frames’
Sentiments:                 ‘Petite Pairs’
Flower head:               ‘Organic Grace’
Tulip:                            ‘Garden Whimsy’
Gel Pen:                        White
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Instructions:

1.   Cut the Very Vanilla cardstock to 11” x 8”
2.   Score on the long side at 5-1/2” & fold
3.   Cut the Raspberry Ripple cardstock at 5-1/4”x 1-1/2”
4.   Stamp design with Raspberry Ripple ink pad
5.   Cut the Whisper White cardstock at 1”x 5-1/4”
6.   Use a lace border punch on one side
7.   Adhere the lace border to the stamped Raspberry Ripple cardstock strip with snail adhesive
8.   Adhere both to the front of your card leaving a small border on three sides.
9.   Using the Tulip stamp ink the flower in Raspberry Ripple and the stem and leaves in 
       Gumball Green
10.  Huff and stamp the image onto the front of your card
11.  Stamp the Curly Label stamp with Gum Ball ink onto some Very Vanilla cardstock
12.  Stamp the sentiment with Gum Ball ink onto the stamped label
13.  Punch out with the Curly Label punch
14.  Cut a strip of Raspberry Ripple cardstock 6”x 3/4”
15.  Bend around the stamped Curly Label to look like a ribbon
16.  Adhere both to the front of your card using Snail Adhesive for the ribbon and Dimensionals
        for the label
1.    With a White Gel Pen add faux stitch lines to the ribbon.
2.   On the inside of your card stamp a sentiment.
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