White Cardstock, Watercolor Paper, Dimensional Tape, Pretty Florals Embossing Folder, Hot Glue
For more tips on creating with the Tulip Time collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rfYMxeNBmJk.
My card is 5 x 7". Make card base and cover with a piece of the paper collection. I inked the edges with Vibrant Fuchsia Ink. Set the base aside.
Cut out the Eyelet Lace die using white cardstock and glue to the card base. Next, using white cardstock again, cut out the large oval die and then run it through the Vagabond with the embossing folder. I always spritz my cardstock with a little bit of water. This allows for a deep embossing. Use Vibrant Fuchsia to ink the edges of this oval and then use dimensional tape to adhere to the card front.
Now stamp the sentiment onto a piece of the paper collection and, using the small die in the Eyelet Lace Frames Die set, cut out the sentiment. Edge with Vibrant Fuchsia ink and use dimensional tape to adhere to the card front. Set the card aside and we will begin on the floral spray.
Stamp the flower petals and leaves onto watercolor paper and using the daubers and ink, color the images. Using the coordinating dies cut out these petals and leaves. Run the flower petals through the Vagabond inside the Tulip 3D Shaping Mold. I spritzed my petals with water in order to get a good shape on the flowers. When they come out of the mold, shape a bit with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. I glued the petals a bit so they would hold their shape and allowed them to dry. Next, I poked a hole in the bottom of the flower and fed through the stamens and used a hot glue gun to glue into place. Glitter the flowers and set aside to dry. Now arrange the flowers and leaves to make a floral spray and glue down on the front of the card.