Tim Holtz Distress ink - fired brick, Tim Holtz Oxide ink - fired brick, white pearlized paper
For more tips on creating with the Tulip Time collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rfYMxeNBmJk.
For more tips on creating with the pocket dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/uDhKUj9AAMo.
Create a 6 x 6" card base using white pearlized paper. Cut a piece of paper from the Tulip Time Paper Collection 5 3/4 " x 5 3/4 " and adhere to the card base using Dries Clear Adhesive.
Cut the large Petite Pockets Accent Die from white cardstock two times. Cut the lace edge from the same die 2 times and adhere to the larger diecuts. Adhere to card base using 3d foam tape as shown.
Stamp the leaves using Leafy Accents Cling Stamp Set on the white paper with StazOn Ink Pad - Olive Green, cut out with the coordinating die, shade use this same ink and shape. Shape leaves using Leafy Accents Shaping Mold.
Using Vase & Fillers Cling Stamp Set, stamp some leaves a few times on the white paper with StazOn Ink Pad - Olive Green, cut out with the coordinating die, shade use this same ink.
To create flowers, stamp Tulip Time Cling Stamp Set on paper with Tim Holtz Distress ink - fired brick and cut using the coordinating dies. Color with Tim Holtz Oxide ink - fired brick using sponge. Place the flowers in the Tulip Shaping Mold and sprinkle water on. Go through the die cutting machine. Wait to dry. Layer the petals together using the hot glue gun making sure to offset them. Use a paper piercer to make a hole in the middle and pull through the green stamens and add a little hot glue to the underside of the flower. Shape some closed tulips and some open flowers. Using paint brush paint ready flower with Designer Dries Clear Adhesive and sprinkle Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear Glitter. Cover all stamen wires with green flower tape and pull all the flowers together to form a bouquet.
Adhere the flower bouquet and leaves to the card using a hot glue gun. Cut the sentiment from the paper collection and adhere to the card base as shown.