From the Archives…
Tranquil Tulips Just A Note
Original Post Date: October 2017
Today I am sharing an archive project that features a Hostess Set from the past – Tranquil Tulips! We currently have a tulip set in the Spring Catalog, if you are really needing tulips right now.
This is a simple and easy card layout.
- A textured layer
- Two-step stamping of the flowers
- Spotlight the stamped image with a die cut oval
- Dress it up with a bit of ribbon
- & put all the layers together
Tranquil Tulips Just A Note Stampin’ Show & Tell Demonstration
Watch as I demonstrate this card creation for you. You will see how easy it can be crafted. And it’s simple design can easily be CASEd by you!
CASE – Copy And Selectively Edit
At the original time of this project, I shared these two versions side by side. the second is simply backed on a Rose Red card base instead of Whisper White. Which do you prefer?
Materials & Measures:
- Whisper White 5 ½ x 8 ½
- Thick Whisper White 5 ¼ x 4
- Thick Whisper White 4 x 3 (oval die)
- Ribbon 5 ½ inches
- Envelope: Whisper White
Quick List of Supplies:
- Rose Red is a retired color, but we have many lovely colors you can craft with.
- Also the Garden Green ribbon used here is also retired.
- Tranquil Tulips was a Hostess Set – so it is retired. Check out Timeless Tulips.
Just a heads up! The RETIRING LIST will be published tomorrow during the day, April 22nd.
The best way to see what is retiring, is in the online store. You can link there direct and see it all. ONLINE STORE LINK Please remember, once items are listed as retiring, they are only available while supplies last.
If you want INK… CARDSTOCK… DSP… EMBELLISHMENTS… DON’T WAIT to order them. STAMPS should be available until the end of May, however, COORDINATING DIES for those stamps may not be.
From the Archives Series…
I hope you find some inspiration in today’s project. If you want to learn more about my Archives Series link here to the index. You can find other projects there as well.
I’m celebrating my 15th year with Stampin’ Up!
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