A Tulip Flower Card for Any Occasion!

We are in awe of this beautiful tulip flower card – does that big bunch of flowers not look SO fresh and SO ready to be delivered to a friend?

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We especially love the idea that by simply switching out the greeting, this card could be used for pretty much any occasion. The pops of color on the white on white layering makes everything stand out in such a pretty way.

And this beautiful card is actually easy to make and you can swap out any of your favorite other flowers and layering shapes to create new versions of this tulip flower card.

Simply cut your layer or frame out cardstock and add to your card base using dimensional adhesive to add that depth for visual interest. Our designer used a striped stamp with Color Fuse ink to make that pretty circle background. You can use any smaller scale background stamp or even a patterned paper you like for this step.

Then just die cut all the flowers, stems and leaves your heart desires and don’t forget that cute bucket to put them in. You can color them with Copics, more Color Fuse ink, whatever you like. Our designer added that cute design on the bucket with a Gelly Roll pen!

Now arrange your pretty paper flowers, stems and leaves in the bucket using liquid glue so you have couple of moments to tweak and rearrange before they are permanently “planted”. Add the bucket to your card with dimensional adhesive to bring it to the foreground and then add whatever sentiment you want.

Voila! Gorgeous tulip flower card!

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Here are the supplies used on this project. Remember, our new Gold Status Rewards Program is LIVE and all your purchases count toward this amazing VIP program!

Kittie says phrases clear stamp set

Tulip tops die cuts

Flower stems die cuts

Nested Scallop with holes die

Horizontal stripe background stamp

Tall buckets die

Color Fuse Inks Set #11

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Are you inspired to create your own tulip flower card? Or want to give this a try with some flower dies you already have? We would LOVE to see your creations so be sure to share them with us on our Facebook page!

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