Sunday, 9 October 2016

Tutti Designs - Tulips in a Jar

Hello, my friends!

It's Monday, and I'm back with a new Tutti Designs share!

I'm back with another project using the beautiful "Tulip Bunch" die.
You can find it right HERE.

I got so involved in having fun with my card that I completely for got to take photos as I went along. 
I'll do my best to walk you through it...step by step.

Here's the card I made:



I began by cutting the die out of green cardstock.
Using a red marker, I colored the tulip part of the die.


Using a mason jar stamp that I have, I stamped once on grey cardstock,
and then once again on scrap paper. 
I fussy cut the jar ring.
Laying a piece of acetate over the stamped mason jar,
I traced the outline of the jar using a black marker. 
Once the marker had dried, I cut the acetate out just outside the marker line.
Here's a closer look at my jar:


All that was left was the assembling of all the pieces.
I trimmed a couple of the bottom swirly leaves from the die.
I added glue to the back of the die with a glue pen.
I left the top of the flowers free of glue so they could lift up off the page.
It adds some nice dimension.
The "jar" was adhered with a strip of tape across the top and the bottom.
This is all covered up by the jar ring on the top, 
and the sentiment on the bottom.


Finally, I layered it on some pretty paper and then a cardstock base.
Two red enamel dots in the top corners, and it was all finished!


Materials Used:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock, Pebbles - Front Porch;
Corner Chomper: WRMK - Scallop;
Stamp: Hero Arts - Sentiments Stamp,
Stampendous - Mason Jar;
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black;
Marker: Marvy Le Plume II - Red;
Bling: Recollections - Red Enamel Dots;
Acetate Scrap

Tutti Designs Die - Tulip Bunch


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There's a wonderful contest going on at Tutti Designs!
You can win the entire September release:


All the details are HERE!

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I'll be back next week with a new project.
In the meantime, here are all the links you'll need:




4 comments:

  1. What a beautiful bouquet you created, Nancy! I love how you colored the blooms to be different colored than the stems.

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  2. This is just AWESOME! I LOVE how you've created such a realistic scene with this die. And, the little stems curling over the ring on the jar is perfect! What a clever creation ... love it! Fantastic inspiration for us all.

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  3. The tulips are so delicate and pretty! Super card!

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  4. Your card is beautiful Nancy! Love how you've made your vase to hold the flowers ! The die is lovely and the patterned paper is a perfect match.

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