Round Framed Tulips
Other Products: Plum twist pixie powder – cosmic shimmer, Prussian blue brusho – colourcraft, versafine clair black ink, clear embossing powder, transparent embossing ink -sheena, white stamping card, Berry Burst, granny apple green & mossy meadow ink pads – stamping Up!, foam pads, hot glue
For more tips on creating with the Window Scene cards & dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/LnM95GR92ao.
For more tips on creating with the Tulip Time collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rfYMxeNBmJk.
Instructions: Click here to view more photos of this project. Spritz the stamping card with water and lightly sprinkle with plum twist pixie powder and Prussian blue brusho. Spritz again, dab off excess water and allow to dry. Once dry die cut an eyelet circle and the largest doily circle from this card and edge lightly with Berry Burst ink.
Cut one circle off the bifold card and edge with Berry Burst ink, die cut an eyelet circle using pale pink paper from the collection and adhere to this circle. Layer the spritzed doily in the center. Stamp the sentiment onto white card using versafine black ink, cover with clear embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Die cut using the smallest doily and adhere to the circle using foam pads.
Fold the other circles together to make a circle card base. Score and fold one circle across the centre (3”) to create an easel card. Die cut a pale pink eyelet semi-circle and adhere to the back of the easel. Die cut a hinge from the spritzed card and adhere to the semi-circle and base of the card to support the fold. Adhere the sentiment circle to the front of the easel card.
Adhere the spritzed eyelet circle to the base of the card and layer a pale pink doily on top. Die cut a spritzed border using the album tags die and layer onto white card. Adhere this to the base of the card across the centre to form a stopper for the easel card to rest against.
Make the flowers: Stamp onto paper from the collection using transparent embossing ink, cover in white embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Die cut the petals and shape using the groove golf tools. Poke a hole in the center of each set of 3 flowers and insert 3 stamen through 2 sets of petals to create the flower. Secure using hot glue.
Make the leaves: Stamp onto deluxe flower shaping paper using mossy meadow ink, colour using granny apple green ink and die cut. Place face down into the mold, spritz with water and run the mold through the die cutting machine to shape.
Position the flowers leaves and pollen stamens onto the card and secure using hot glue.