flowering tulips easter card
Happy Monday! Here in the mid-Atlantic we started the weekend off with spring-like weather and by today it was snowing, and temperatures have dropped into the 30’s with 20’s expected overnight. I know it’s spring and the warmth will return very soon but it’s the end of March! I’m glad our strawberry plants are still safely tucked in with straw and they won’t be harmed by the frost. Okay, on to today’s card.
Today’s project uses the Flowering Tulips bundle and a greeting from the Easter Friends stamp set. I had so much fun playing with the Flowering Tulips bundle. I admit I had to watch a few videos to learn how to use the tulip dies. It’s not difficult but the shapes sure do look funny! It turns out that the dies place a score line on the larger tulip pieces which makes assembly easy once you know what to look for. Smart!
I chose Poppy Parade as a card base, accented by Petal Pink and the beautiful Flowering Fields 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper. This paper is absolutely gorgeous!
You can find all the details on the linked project sheet by clicking on the image below.
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