Simple & Pretty Tranquil Tulips Friend Card

Today’s simple friend card is fresh for spring and highlights Stampin’ Up! Tranquil Tulips Photopolymer Stamp Set and Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (envelope flap).  Get both FREE with qualifying orders! 

Tranquil Tulips Stamp Set – Images © Stampin’ Up!

Tranquil Tulips is available exclusively to redeem with Stampin’ Rewards (minimum $150 order, before shipping and tax) and the Basket Weave embossing folder is FREE with a qualifying order (as part of the Blossoming Basket Bundle) during Sale-A-Bration (ends March 31).  Enjoy this video with more of my tips for using the Basket Weave embossing folder.

Blossoming Basket Bundle – Images © Stampin’ Up!

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STAMPIN’ PRETTY STEP-BY-STEP TUTORIAL:

Create a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ card base using Thick Very Vanilla card stock and the Stampin’ Trimmer.

Create a simple friend card using Stampin Up Tranquil Tulips stamp set ideas - Mary Fish StampinUp

Stamp Crumb Cake card stock using Tranquil Tulips Photopolymer Stamp Set.  Calypso Coral (petals – “stamp off” the larger first layer of the tulip), Old Olive (stems and leaves) and Basic Black (flower centers).  Adhere to card base with Snail Adhesive.

Create a simple friend card using Stampin Up Tranquil Tulips stamp set - Mary Fish StampinUp

Stamp sentiment from Beautiful You Stamp Set in Basic Black Archival Ink.  Crop to 2 3/4″ x 1″.

Wrap right side with with Linen Thread and tie in a bow.  Add a single Old Olive Dot (Brights Enamel Shapes) as shown.  Adhere sentiment with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Create a simple friend card using Stampin Up Tranquil Tulips stamp set idea - Mary Fish StampinUp

For added polish, emboss the envelope flap of a Very Vanilla Medium Envelope with the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.

Enjoy my FREE PDF Step-By-Step Tutorials (and supply list) for the Tranquil Tulips Friend Card here.

In this previously shared video (above), I share tips on how to 2-step stamp with the Tranquil Tulips Stamp Set.  Here are the two prior projects featured in the video using the Tranquil Tulips Photopolymer Stamp Set

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16 Comments:

  1. Maria A Rodriguez

    Lovely bouquet of Tulips Mary, these flowers are the best indicator that warmer weather is on it’s way, mine are already peeking out of the ground, it always amazes me how they endure the harsh Winter and year after year, they come out beautiful and strong.
    I always love the look of stamped images on Kraft paper or, in this case, Crumb Cake, somehow the inks take shades very different than the original colors, so beautifully.
    Thank you for sharing.
    XO
    Maria.

  2. beautiful tulips cards!

  3. Kadie in Arizona

    This is “one fabulous” looking card Mary. Favorite part is the amazing looking sentiment.

  4. Nancy Farrell

    Good Monday Morning, Mary,
    Love these tulips. I have them but they have not been inked up as yet. I like the colors on the crumb cake cardstock. The saying is the best!
    🙂

  5. I love the pretty Calypso Coral tulips on the Crumb Cake base, Mary. Great job! Enjoy your day!

  6. What a beautiful card and “tranquil” is exactly the right description. I love the crumb cake paper as the background. Well done, Mary!

  7. Such beautiful simplicity! I love the flowers stamped on Crumb Cake. Lovely card, Mary!

  8. I’m loving this stamp set. Made it into Easter cards. Hope the basketweave folder is added to the new catalog. Love to have it. Happy Easter, Mary!

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