Mother’s Day Tulips

Hello Everyone,

Mother’s Day is only a few weeks away so I thought I would share this card with you. It’s very easy to make if you are just starting out with paper crafting.

The patterned paper is part of the free sampler pack available exclusively when joining Stampin’ Up! You will also receive a mini paper cutter and an additional free stamp set of your choice. This is all on top of the regular, totally customisable, starter kit – the best value product in the catalogue.

See more about joining Stampin’ Up! and the benefits it has by clicking here!

I started by making a white card base and adhering the patterned paper to the front.

Next, I stamped the tulips. They look great stamped in a single colour. I opted to mix Real Red and Flirty Flamingo. This can be done by applying each ink to the stamp with a sponge dauber. Each flower was cut out with the coordinating punch.

Before committing to sticking these in place, I positioned them first so the the stems could be stamped in the right place. The panel was layered with Real Red card stock and added to the card base.

I added the flowers with dimensionals to lift them slightly.

Finally, I added the sentiment. I have die cut mine, but this cut be cut with a paper trimmer just as easily.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.

I would love to be your demonstrator.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity xx

Product List

Paper Trimmer

[152392]

£23.00

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Stampin' with inkybutterfly

Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator based in the UK

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