Sunday 27 February 2022

Flowering Tulips

Flowering Tulips

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• Stamp Sets: Flowering Tulips Bundle (157678)
• Card Stock and Paper: Basic White (159276)Rich Razzleberry (115316); Fresh Freesia (155613);Flowering Fields DSP (157670)
• Stamp Pads: Rich Razzleberry (147091); Evening Evergreen (155576)
• Tools: Paper Trimmer (152392); Paper Snips Scissors (103579); Stampin Cut & Emboss machine (149653); Simply Scored Scoring Tool (122334); Bone folder (102300)
• Miscellaneous: Multipurpose Glue (110755)Stampin Dimensionals (104430); Glue Dots (103683); Brushed Brass Butterflies (158136); Whisper White Crinkled Seam Binding (151326)



• Rich Razzleberry  4 ¼ x 11 scored @ 1 ½, 5 ½ 
• Fresh Freesia – 3 ½ x 5 ¼ 
• Basic White – 1 x 4, 3 ¼ x 5
• DSP – 4 x 4, 2 x 4 for die cutting
• Ribbon - 




1. Stamp sentiment on the 1 x 4 basic white with Rich Razzleberry ink, more over to the right side. 
2. Stamp the flower on the other basic white piece more up to the top using the rich Razzleberry ink first stamp off once with the smaller of the flower, (looks more like a V) then using full strength rich Razzleberry stamp over the with the other flower stamp. Stamp the stem and leaves with Evening Evergreen ink and the other sentiment with Rich Razzleberry if desired. (see photo) 
3. Glue stamped piece to Fresh Freesia cardstock.
4. Fold on score lines the Rich Razzleberry burnish with bone folder. Put a very thin line of glue from under the 1 ½ inch score line to the 5 ½ score line. Do that on each side of the cardstock. Fold over and adhere together. This will form a pocket for the insert you just stamped. 
5. Glue the DSP to the front of the card under the 1 ½ inch score line. Glue down the flap with glue over the DSP. Adhere the 1 x 4 stamped white piece over thefolded rich Razzleberry. 
6. Cut the other piece of DSP with the shown dies. Adhere the 2 smaller pieces together, fold the larger piece on the score line and then adhere the other piece  between the larger flower piece. Using dimensional adhere next to the sentiment on the front. 

7. Make a double bow and using a glue dot adhere under the flower you just made.
8. Scatter butterflies as desired. 

Creatin with Sharon
Creatin with Sharon

Hello, I'm Sharon, I am a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. I love to create lovely projects. I started this blog, so I could share my creative designs with everyone. Thanks for visiting!