Monday, March 23, 2020

Tulip Builder Punch is Timeless

Punches are a great way to add dimension to a project
so today's card features the Tulip Builder punch.

A close-up of the flower shows the layering.

Instead of stamping the flower it was punched from Designer paper
note:  one petal had to be punched from the reverse side of the paper

This paper is Lily Impressions, one of the free choices for Sale-a-bration 2020
I liked the lines in the design and thought it worked well for a tulip.

Did you notice the pretty pink rhinestones?

Rhinestones can be colored using an alcohol marker like Stampin' Blends

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Tulip Grandma said...

Genius idea for use of Timeless Tulip punch! Great combination of various DSP - you must have been peeking at what is waiting for me to use on my craft table. - LOL! Thanks for sharing your idea.

Anonymous said...

I really loved this card using that DSP. In fact I just got it.... Thanks for sharing your creativity. I was wondering what you used for the green stripes on the left side of the card front? Ribbon or paper? Very cute card