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Tulips In The Spring...

Welcome to Monday! Today’s card was made for the Freshly Made Sketches challenge. It also qualifies for the NBUS challenge where you get to use Never Before Used Schtuff! Thank you for the fun challenge Darnell!

I started by stamping and die cutting these lovely tulips in blushing bride and calypso coral. I wrapped some crisp cantaloupe twine around the stems to create a bundle.  I just received this stamp set from Papertrey Ink and could hardly wait to break it in! fms 1 (640x522)

Then I added a couple of pieces of paper from my stash to the card front in accordance with the sketch. I stamped a spring sentiment (from a stamp set that I have never used!), adhered everything and was done. fms 2 (640x375)

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to pop in tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: white, kraft and pattern paper. Stamps/Dies: PTI tulip time and dies. PTI spring hills. Inks: SU! garden green, pear pizzazz, calypso coral, and blushing bride. Memento black. Other: SU! crisp cantaloupe twine.


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Really really pretty! I like how you flipped the sketch and the bundle of flowers!

Cindy Hall

This is so pretty and so well designed right down to the baker's twine on the bundle of tulips. Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Kim S

Such a stunning bouquet! I love your use of the sketch on the its side - it really highights that bouquet! Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.


Fabulous card Jane! Gorgeous tulips and I love that you wrapped the stems in twine - so clever and sweet!

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