Kraft card, White stamping card, VersaMark, walnut stain embossing powder - Tim Holtz, Old Olive ink pad, Early Espresso ink pad & Melon Mambo ink pad - Stampin Up!, Natures Twine - Stampin Up!, foam pads,
For more tips on creating with the Tulip Time collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rfYMxeNBmJk.
Score a 5.75" x 11.5" piece of Kraft card at 5.75" to create the card base and vertically score the front of the card in the centre to create the easel card.
Cut a square of paper from the pad, slightly smaller than the base of the card, and distress the edges using scissors. Use Melon Mambo ink to colour the edges and glue into position on the base of the card. Die cut the elegant pocket in Kraft card and colour tint with early espresso ink. Die cut a solid elegant pocket shape and adhere the first die cut to this. Mount onto the card base using foam pads - this will act as the stopper for your easel - leaving approximately 1.5" clear at the front of the card base.
Select a 6" x 4" paper from the pad and edge with melon mambo ink. Adhere this to a slightly larger paper to create a border, distress the edges and ink using early espresso ink. Adhere this to a 7.75" x 5" piece of Kraft card and distress and ink the edges again using early espresso.
Cut a small piece of paper from the pad approximately I" x 3.75" and adhere to the right side of the easel card. Glue the Kraft card and paper layers to the left side of the easel.
Stamp the fence twice in VersaMark, cover in walnut stain embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Join the 2 pieces together, removing one of the centre posts, and adhere to the card using dries clear glue - allow the fence to overlap slightly.
Cut a large label from the pad, distress and add some old olive ink to the edges. Adhere to Kraft card, trim around leaving a thin Kraft border and distress the edges. Use early espresso ink to darken the edges slightly. Poke a hole in the label at the top and add some twine. Tuck behind the fence and add to the card using foam pads.
Die cut the sentiment. Add twine through the hole and glue to the tag.
Stamp the Tulips on to white stamping card inking with melon mambo for the flowers and inking the stems and leaves with the old olive ink. Using a water brush spread the colour onto the flowers and leaves. Die cut and sponge the colour onto the die cuts to add shading. Shape using the flower shaping tools and add the strips of flowers along the fence using dries clear glue.
Stamp the filler flowers onto paper from the pad using early espresso ink and die cut. Shape the filler flowers and remaining single tulips and add to the card top and base using hot glue.