Timeless Tulips | Rainbow Cards

26 April 2020

Today I had a play with the Timeless Tulips stamp set and the Tulip Builder punch. Tulips come in so many beautiful colours, I thought I would make two cards using the colours of the rainbow. They are made using the same stamp set, but look completely different!!

Comment below which one you like better:

These cards were so much fun to make with the beautiful colours.

Products I used for these cards are:

Real Red - cardstock and stampin pad
Mango Melody - cardstock and stampin pad
Daffodil Delight - cardstock and stampin pad
Granny Apple Green - cardstock and stampin pad
Pacific Point - cardstock and stampin pad
Gorgeous Grape - cardstock and stampin pad
Highland Heather - cardstock and stampin pad
Basic Black cardstock
Whisper White cardstock
Multi Purpose Liquid Glue
Stampin' Dimensionals
Mini Glue Dots
Rectangle Stitched Framelits dies
Timeless Tulips Stamp Set
Tulip Builder Punch
Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon
Wink of Stella Glitter brush

The card base for both of the cards were: 14.9cm x 21cm

I stamped three of the Tulip images on each of the colours using Memento ink for the black card, then cut the image out with the Tulip Builder punch. I then used the Multi purpose liquid glue to glue the top and bottom layers directly onto the card base. I then use Stampin' Dimensionals on the back of the middle row Tulips to raise them to add interest. I added some glitter to each of the tulips (which doesn't really show up well when taking photos) using the Wink of Stella Glitter brush.

I then stamped the sentiment onto a scrap piece of Whisper White cardstock and cut out the sentiment using a Stitched Rectangle die. I used Stampin' Dimensionals to add the sentiment to the bottom of the card.

For the white card I stamped onto a piece of whisper white three rows of the tulip images using each of the stampin pad colours. I then cut around the stamped rows. I used the multi purpose liquid glue to adhere them to the base of the card. I added a piece of the Polka dot tulle ribbon and tied a bow, using a couple of mini glue dots on the back of the card base to adhere the ribbon to the card.

I stamped the sentiment onto a scrap piece of whisper white cardstock and again cut the sentiment out with a stitched rectangle die and adhered to the card using stampin' dimensionals beside the bow of the ribbon.

Two cards using similar products but they look totally different.

There are so many ways to make a card with one stamp set, all you need is your imagination!!

Below are images of the products used and you can click on any of the images to order from my online store or to find out more information about the product.








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