Hi, Stampers. Early last month I shared THIS POST with you featuring the Flowering Tulips bundle.  These cards are very similar but in different colors.

Stampin Up! red Flowering Tulips handmade card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

This card started with a Poppy Parade card base – 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″, followed by a 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″ layer of Flowering Fields DSP.  Next, the Stitched So Sweetly Dies were used to die cut a layer of Basic White CS. (Those are now retired, but the Scalloped Contour Dies are very similar and could be used instead).

Stampin Up! red Flowering Tulips handmade card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

Using the the Tulip Dies, I die cut the pieces to the tulip out of Poppy Parade CS and the leaves / stem out of Garden Green CS..

Stampin’ Tip: Before removing the Poppy Parade CS from the tulip dies, I sponged Poppy Parade ink onto the flowers, giving them more detail. 

The pieces were then added to the card front and a few Brushed Brass Butterflies were added to finish it off.

Stampin' Up! Flowering Tulips handmade card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

This card is almost a direct copy of the prior post but uses a different DSP.

Stampin' Up! Flowering Tulips handmade card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

The card starts with an Evening Evergreen card base – 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″, followed by a 4″ x 5-1/4″ layer of Basic White CS. Before adhering it to the card, I dry embossed this layer using the Gingham Embossing Folder and added the ribbon.

Stampin' Up! Flowering Tulips handmade card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

I used Pear Pizzaz CS for the stem and leaves this time and sponged some Pear Pizzaz ink on the tips of the leaves.

Stampin' Up! Flowering Tulips handmade card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

Here is a good look at the tulips – this shows how the Tulip Dies go together to create a great 3D effect.  (More info in the diagram and video below).

Stampin' Up! Flowering Tulips handmade card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

Inside the card is a 4″ x 5-1/4″ layer of Basic White CS with the sentiment and flowers stamped in Highland Heather ink. The stem / leaves / grass were stamped in Pear Pizzaz ink.  This diagram (below) is a great reference on how to assemble the tulips.

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Flowering Tulips Video Tutorial:

CLICK HERE to view this video on YouTube

 

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