Retro Rubber Challenge 199...
Retro Rubber Challenge 200...

Tulips Mean Spring...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a fill in the blank!  My favorite thing about spring is: all of the spring flowers.  Tulips, daffodils, irises.  I love to see them pop up in the spring after the cold winter.

#292 2.10.23

I stamped the tulip images and then colored using my stampin’ blends.  I die cut them and added a bit of linen thread. aysi 292 1

I die cut the card base using the split card textures die and then adhered the tulips.  I added the sentiment and was done. aysi 292 2

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI rustic cream and white.  Stamps:  SSS humble and kind.  Neat & Tangled Scandinavian flowers.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  SSS humble and kind.  SU! split card textures and washi punch.  Inks:  SU! stampin’ blends – granny apple green, daffodil delight and flirty flamingo.  Other:  SU! linen thread.


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Heather Cooper

Jane, that's the loveliest card I have seen using the split card texture dies. I might even have to get them! I love the way you coloured in your tulips as well!


I love how you left the split texture diecut 'open' - it really adds to the clean and simple feel of your card Jane. The delicate pink of your tulips also compliments the naturalistic feel of your card base - just gorgeous!

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