Hello, Lovely Tulips
by Lisa Elton
With the first day of spring almost here in the US, I thought it was the perfect time to share the new Layered Tulips on a card.
I like that you get each layer of all three tulips in one pass of your cutting machine. I added a spot of glue at just the base of each layer so the petals could be flared out.
My tulips are 'springing' forth from the new Leafy Vine Corner. I cut mine, with a couple of it's included extra leaves, from a wonderful spring green glitter paper.
The incredible new Pointy Lattice Plate pairs well with so many other products in the shop. Be sure to check out what some of my teammates have created with it, you'll love the inspiration! As you can see, I added a few of the cut-outs back to my card for a bit more interest.
I created a fun rectangle for my sentiment by using one of those leftover cut-outs as a guide to create a notch on each side. Kind of nifty, huh?
Fairy Jewels for the finishing touch and it's beginning to look like spring! Thanks for stopping by!
Beautiful Lisa, and wonderful colors! Those layered tulips are so delicate and pretty. Great idea adding the notches on your sentiment strip. Wonderful all around!
Such a beautiful Springtime card Lisa!
This is amazing! Those diecuts make a beautiful spring creation for sure! Love the way you did the sentiment as well!
Absolutely BEAUTIFUL Lisa and I love how you even notched the sentiment strip to match with the die cut background pattern! Sweet, sweet tulips too! :0)
This is such a beautiful card Lisa, I am so in love with the dies you used, love love love!
Awesome tulips! I love all the layers!
LIsa, I'm really loving the idea of one-cut-layering - your pink tulips are so darling and the background is so inviting it's no wonder they look so comfy hanging out there!
LOve the colors, the glitter, and most of all your clever use of that little die cut to add a little sass to your sentiment strip!
Spring has sprung on your card, Lisa. I love the dimension you got with the tulips and that coverplate is to die for, pun intended.
Wonderful background & you've made me HAVE to get the tulips, Lisa! Such a great Spring card!