Lights, Copper Tape, Push Button, Flat Battery, Red and White Cardstock, Scor Tape, 3D Foam Pads, Markers: Yellow, Pink, Red, Green; Pencil, Soldering Tool and Wire, Scissor, Paper Trimmer, Big Shot, Tape, Green Florist Taoe
For more tips on creating with the Tulip Time collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rfYMxeNBmJk.
Cut a piece of red cardstock at 6 3/4 x 6 3/4". Cut a piece of white cardstock of 6 1/2 x 6 1/2". Choose paper from the paper collection with a fence on it, cut to 6 1/2 x 6 1/2", color the round post topper using a yellow marker. The red cardstock will be the base, the white cardstock will have the battery on it, then the decorative panel will be placed on top of that.
Start with the white cardstock, using a pencil, draw where you want the lights, battery and push button to be located. Then make a complete track with the copper tape (one copper tape needs to lead to the positive side of the battery, and the other copper tape needs to lead to the negative side of the battery. Place the lights where indicated, making sure it touches both the positive and the negative tape. On the negative tape, you'll also need to add your push button. Use the soldering tool for that. Lay the decorative panel on top of the white cardstock, feel where the press button is, then make a hole in the decorative paper where the button needs to come through. Double check to make sure the lights are where you want them to be. Now you can adhere press button, lights and battery as indicated on white cardstock using tape. See photo here. After making sure all the lights are working, adhere decorative panel on white cardstock, applying glue only on the edges. Then adhere this onto red cardstock base.
Stamp the foliage filler x4, tulip foliage, Tulip blossoms, tulip border x3, with the Fern Green ink on white cardstock, die cut with coordinating dies. Color foliage with Fern Green and Leaf Green ink. Color tulips with Pink Peony and Butter cup ink, adding yellow, pink, red and green markers as accents. Stamp cart x2 in Jet Black ink and die cut. Color with Coffee ink. Using another sheet of matching designer paper, fussy cut the clay pots, cut an opening in each pot so you can put tulips in. Adhere onto panel as shown using 3D foam adhesive.
Stamp the small tulips x2 with Vermillion ink on white cardstock, color with Lady Bug ink on both sides. Die cut with the coordinating die, place in the 3D mold, spray them lightly with water and run it through your machine. Glue 2 on top of each other, pierce the center and put 1 stamen in each of the flowers. Wrap the stamen wire with green florist tape.
Stamp small flowers from the Floral Fashionista collection with Vermillion ink and die cut. Color them with Pink Peony ink, shape them with the 3D mold. Pierce the center, insert stamen. Snip apart tulip border as desired, adhere all images as shown, using glue and foam tape.