Mother’s Day Tulips
This vase of tulips was made with the Vase Builder Punch and stamps from the “Varied Vases” set, both from Stampin’ Up.
The background panel was embossed with the “Spring Tulips” folder by Darice.
I used Scarlet Jewel ink and card stock from Papertrey ink along with Dark Sage ink from Gina K Designs. Foam dots were used to raise up a few of the blooms and the vase. The greeting is from the “Dressed to Impress” set from Stampin’ Up.
I didn’t have matching ribbon, so I created a faux ribbon with card stock and the Alison’s Ribbons Die from Cheery Lynn Designs (no longer available?). Circles were cut with Spellbinders dies from the large and small circles sets.
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7 thoughts on “Mother’s Day Tulips”
This is a beauty. Love the faux ribbon.
Beautiful! Love the tulips with the tulip embossing folder. The ribbon die is soooo versatile and really adds a nice touch when you don’t have matching ribbon.
Love the colour and the simplicity of this card. Very elegant.
So beautiful and I love the colors. I need to make some Mom cards myself too for the daughters.
So pretty and awesome that you found a tulip embossing folder for the background of your vase of tulips.
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