Sunday, April 29, 2012

Baby Girl Card

I have a Graphic 45 paper pad  I have not used yet.  It is called "Little Darlings" and is a 8"x8" pad of really beautiful papers.  The Marianne Design "LR0 218" baby carriage die  works perfect with this pad of paper.  I used three coordinating sheets from this pad.  Remember the baby card I made last week with the die cut word "Baby",  wouldn't it also go great with this die cut baby carriage.  

I used one of the ovals from the Cheery Lynn "Oval Doily Stacker One" (DL183) doilies to frame the carriage.  A Spellbinders Petite Scalloped Oval was die cut to place in the center of the doily.  A little piece of another paper from that same pad was glued behind the top of the carriage.  Ranger's Liquid Pearls were added to the carriage for additional decoration.  

On the top of the oval I added the Cheery Lynn "Olive Branches" (B147).  Flowers were created with the Cheery Lynn "Cuties 2" (B150) die.  I glued two of the strips together, let them dry, then cut them in thirds before rolling the little flowers.  A few Martha Stewart  Branches were tucked in around the flowers.  To complete the card I added Cheery Lynn corners from the "Lace Corner Deco B" (B162) set.


Saturday, April 28, 2012


It is time to announce the winner of the Heartfelt Creations $25 Gift Certificate.  The winner was selected from my blog  . . . 
Please contact to claim your prize.  
Be sure and type "Blog Hop Winner" in the subject line.  
We want to thank all of you who viewed the Heartfelt Creations cards designed by the Alumni Design Team.  We loved reading all your comments and hope we gave you lots of inspiration.  

Friday, April 27, 2012

Pretty Dogwood Branch

Do you love dogwood flowers?  I think they are so pretty.  I planted a dogwood tree four years ago and so far it has not bloomed.  I am really hoping it will this year.  Our weather is still very cool and our trees are just starting to get leaves.  I'm so anxious to see if I get those beautiful flowers this year!

Today I used a new Memory Box stamp I just received from Joan's Gardens.  It is the "Dogwood Branch".  I stamped the image using green ink on green card stock then stamped it again with pink ink on white card stock.  I cut the green image out so I could layer it over my window. The leaves were shaped using the self-closing tweezers from the Flower Tool Kit.   The "white" flower was cut away from the branch so I could shape it.  The edges were sponged with pink ink then shaped and attached over the flower on the green branch.  I used some tiny green and yellow beads to form the stamen.

This is a 6"x5.5" card.  I used the inside design on the new Spellbinders "Elite" M-Bossabilities (EL-001) for my embossed background.  These embossing folders are larger and the whole front fit inside the folder.   The window is  the Poppy Stamps "Grand Madison Window" (815); the new "Grand Madison Window Shutter" (832); and the "Grand Flower Box".   I tried something new today with the window.  When you die cut the window, it die cuts the four rectangles that fit inside the window panes.  I saved these and sponged them yellow then placed them back inside the window.    I lightly sponged some light gray ink around the edges of the window to help make it stand out from the background.

I wanted to use real small flowers in the flower box because I wanted my focal point to be the pretty dogwood branch.  I used the two Cheery Lynn "Olive Branches" (B147) for the green foliage.  These small leaves work great in the flower box.  I pulled out some of the very small flowers from my "stash".  I decided to use the cat from the Cheery Lynn "Screen Door w/Cat" (A2 164) die to sit on the box.  I die cut him using white card stock and sponged on gray ink, and drew on an eye and nose.

All products I use can be purchased from Joan's Gardens.


Thursday, April 26, 2012

Joan's Gardens Weekly Challenge

It is time for a new challenge at Joan's Gardens.  This week the theme is butterflies.  You should go over to Joan's Gardens to read all the requirement for the challenge and see what the prize is for this week.  Remember everyone who is chosen in the Weekly Challenges, will be eligible for the $100 Gift Certificate to Joan's Gardens at the end of the year.  Everyone has an equal chance  because the winner is chosen from a random drawing.  

I used a piece of design paper from the new BoBunny "Country Garden Collection" paper pad for my background.  Down in the right hand corner I added some of my vellum flowers over the flowers in the design paper.  Ranger's "Bisque" Liquid Pearls were added to the center of each flower.  I used the new Spellbinders "Lattice Motifs" (S5-107) and "Lattice Accents" (S5-106) for the doily and border.  I die cut them using white card stock then used the Tim Holtz Blending Tool to add "Antique Linen" Distress Ink.  The large butterfly was created with the Memory Box "Vivienne Butterfly" (98265).  The butterfly layered under it is the Memory Box "Darla Butterfly" (98264).  The Darla Butterfly was die cut using a piece of design paper from the BoBunny "Forever Fall Collection" paper pad.  The two small butterflies are from the Cheery Lynn "Mini Butterflies" (DL112) set.  The bottom of it is the Cheery Lynn "Mini Angel Wing" (DL112A).  I love working with the butterflies that have the "Angel Wings" because you can use so many different design papers or colors of card stock to add color to them.   I added a thin line of glue around the edge of the top butterfly and attached it to the Angel Wing.  

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Life is Better with Friends

Today I worked with a new Cheery Lynn Doily that I have not used before.  It is the "Oval Doily Stacker One" doily set (DL183).  There are three doilies in this set plus the plain oval which I used for the sentiment.  I really like that these are stacker doilies and you can use just one or even all three.  I used the two smallest for this card.  My card is 5.5" by 6".

The background design paper came from the Echo Park "Dots & Stripes" paper pad.  The flowers were created using the Cheery Lynn Stacker Flower #4 (SF4).  Two flowers were used for each single flower.   For the stamens I used the PunchBunch "Medium Sparkle" and cut down the center of each point to make it "frilly".  I used two in each flower.  The sentiment is from the new JustRite stamp set "Spring Rose Medallions".  It was stamped on the center oval from the doily set and sponged around the edges.  Three Kaiser Craft pearls were added under it.  The leaves were die cut using the Marianne Leaves (LR0156) die.  The green "filler" behind the flowers is the Memory Box "Leafy Branch" (98292).  To finish the card I added the new Spellbinders corners from the "Lattice Accents" die set (S5-106).

As you know, all the products I use can be purchased from Joan's Gardens

Joan and I are very excited about all the entries for the Guest Designer's Blog Hop on May 15.  It is fun viewing all your beautiful cards with flowers you have created.  It is going to be hard to pick winners.  You have until 6 AM tomorrow to get your card entered. 

Cheery Lynn Stacker Flower #4 (SF4)
PunchBunch Med Sparkle
Cheery Lynn "Oval Doily Stacker One" (DL 183)
Spellbinders corners from "Lattice Accents" (S5-106) 
Marianne Leaves (LR0156)
Memory Box "Leafy Branch" (98292)
JustRite Sentiment "Spring Rose Medallions"


Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Heartfelt Creations Alumni Design Team Blog Hop

It is time for another Heartfelt Creations Alumni Design Team Blog Hop.  This  month there are six of us in the hop.  Heartfelt Creations is giving away another $25 Gift Certificate to one person commenting on the blogs.  We don't know which blog the winner will be chosen from, so be sure and comment on each blog for a chance to win. If you came from Theresa's blog, you are probably going in order; your next stop will be Clare.  Below is a complete list of everyone participating in this blog hop.  

One of my first Heartfelt Creations stamp sets was the Posy Patch set with matching dies.  I was so excited to have a stamp set with matching dies;  I use this set over and over.  The flower I created today is the "hydrangea".  I used the "Hydrangea/Posy Branch PreCut Set" (HCPC 3301) to stamp the flower then stamped a lot of the smallest Posy Patch flowers (HCPC 3303) in two shades of purple card stock. They were die cut using the Heartfelt Creations "Posy Patch Dies" (HCD 701).  I love to create dimensional flowers and it was so easy to do by adding all the little individual "posy patch" flowers.  I just kept stacking them until I felt the flower had the rounded shape I was looking for.   In the center of each flower, I used a different shade of purple Copic marker to add a colored center, then added purple Stickles in each little flower.  The leaves were stamped twice, cut out and shaped  to give additional dimension to the flower.  

The flower is so dainty looking and I wanted to showcase it in a very pretty embossed background.  I used the Marianne "DS0907" Cut and emboss folder and added lavender behind the die cuts.  My card is 5.5" square which left an area on the left side that was not embossed.  I turned the embossing folder around and placed the edge of it up next to the embossed design.  It was placed on the cutting mat of the die cutting machine so only the portion I wanted to emboss was on the plate, then ran it through the machine.  If the whole design had been placed on the plate, it would have flattened out the previously embossed area.  

The Heartfelt Creations butterflies were stamped, colored with Copic markers, cut out then added around the flower.  The sentiment is from the Heartfelt Creations "Inspire Me Sentiments" (HCPC 3363) stamp set.  It was die cut using one of the Spellbinders "Fancy Tags" die.   

Here is a list of all the blogs for you to visit:

Selma   (You are here)

Have fun hopping and don't forget to comment on each blog for a chance to win the $25 Gift Certificate from Heartfelt Creations.


Monday, April 23, 2012

Blue Butterfly

 Today I have a card created with things previously embossed and die cut.  Love to save things I decide not to use, then have the opportunity to put them together a quick and easy card.  I used the same embossing folder I used yesterday to create the "Baby" card.  It is the Marianne  (DS0911) Cut and Emboss Folder.  For the main attraction I used the new Memory box butterflies "Vivienne Butterfly" (98265) on top, and the "Darla" butterfly (98264) underneath.  I used designer paper to die cut the "Darla" butterfly.  Under the butterfly I added the Poppy Stamps "Tilda Swirl" (808).  Along the left border is the Memory Box "Tessatina Border" (98302).  The flower is the Cheery Lynn "Judy's Blooms) (C184) flower.  I die cut the flower and stamped polka dots on it. In the center of the flower I added three of the PunchBunch Small "Sparkle" stamens.  The pretty stem behind the flower is the new Penny Stamps "Chloe Stem" (98321) and the Memory Box "Tender Leaves" (98313).  

Tomorrow morning I will be participating in the Heartfelt Creations "Alumni Design Team" Blog Hop.  I hope you will be back for another visit.  Heartfelt Creations will be giving away another $25 Gift Certificate to one lucky person who comments.  


Sunday, April 22, 2012

Baby Card

I have taken a few days off from creating, but today I am back with a pretty baby card.  I love the new Marianne die cut "Baby" die (LR0217).  I used the Marianne (DS0911) Cut and Emboss folder for my background and cut a pink scalloped Spellbinders Nestie to go in the round circle of the embossed design. I think this is such a beautiful embossing folder. This folder will go beautiful of any design, but I especially like it for a baby card because of the little "moon" shapes around the edges.  

Flowers were created using the Cheery Lynn "Miniature rose" (B152) and "Medium Rose" (B154).  Two Marianne "Forest Branch" (LR0150) were layered along the left side of the card. This is a 5.5" x 6" card so the embossed design did not cover the entire front.  The flowers were glued over the branch and Martha Stewart punched branches were tucked in around the flowers.  A few Kaiser Craft pearls were added to complete the card.


Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Joan's Gardens Weekly Challenge and Guest Designer Call

This week for the challenge at Joan's Gardens we are going to do something different.  We are planning to do a blog hop  May 15th and are looking for 6 Guest Designers to participate.  To select our guest designers, we are asking everyone to create a card or project that includes one or more flowers that you created with either punches or dies and submit it in this week's challenge at Joan's Gardens.  You can create any type of flower/s you wish.  There are no requirements for the rest of your card/project.   Joan and I will be selecting 6 cards we really like and ask those people if they would like to be a guest designer for our blog hop.  You are not required to participate.   A set of new dies will be furnished to each guest designer to work with for the blog hop. We really look forward to seeing your creative flowers. 

Now to tell you about my card.  I used the Cheery Lynn "Sweet Williams" (D137) die to create my flowers.  There are four layers to create each flower.  They were shaped with the tools from the Flower Tool Kit, then glued together.  The stamens were punched out with the PunchBunch "Sky Flake" punch.  There is one medium and one large Sky Flake in each flower.  The leaves were die cut using the Cheery Lynn "Tropical Leaves" (B119) die.    I created two "buds" with the "Sweet William" dies then used the "maple leaf" from the Cheery Lynn "Small Leaves #1" (D133) to wrap around it for the greenry around the bud.  The pretty doily behind the flowers is the new Cheery Lynn "Horizon Coved Rectangle Mega Doily" (DL193).  These are really fun dies to use.  There are six dies in this set.  You can create many different size doilies with the dies in this set.  I will do a tutorial on how to use these dies at a later date.  Along the bottom I attached a Cheery Lynn "Francesca" (B159) border. 

The doily behind the sentiment is die cut using the Memory Box "Winged Swirl" die.  The JustRite sentiment was stamped and cut out with a circle Nestie and attached with dimensional dots.  

Did you notice that the butterflies appear to be flying?  These are the three Cheery Lynn "Mini Butterflies" (DL112).  They have been attached to a piece of acetate to make them appear to be flying.  The design paper on the back is from the Cosmo Cricket "Joy Ride" mini deck.

I hope you will join us this week in our challenge.  We always look forward to seeing your beautiful cards.  Please go over to Joan's Gardens to review all the Challenge Information.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Purple Butterfly

Today I have used a couple more new Memory Box dies.  The beautiful butterfly is the "Vivienne Butterfly" (98265) and "Darla Butterfly" (98264). The "Vivienne Butterfly" is layered on top of the "Darla" butterfly.  The new Memory Box "Twirling Vine Frame" (98299) was used to frame the butterfly.  Under the butterfly is the Cheery Lynn "Polynesian Sails" doily.  This doily comes with an oval doily and in the center is this pretty round doily.  The background was embossed with the "Swiss Dots" embossing folder.  The corners are from the Cheery Lynn "Lace Corner Deco C" (B163) Corner set.  The pretty little flowers were created with the PunchBunch "Small Blossom" punch.  In the center of each flower I added a lavender pearl by using the Ranger "Liquid Pearls".  It is so nice to have the Liquid Pearls when you want to add a lot of pearls.  


Monday, April 16, 2012

Hello Card and a Winner

We have all been having fun working with the Poppy Stamps Madison Window; now    Joan's Gardens also has the new Poppy Stamps Grand Madison Door, Classic Screen Door, Large and Small Madison Window Shutters.  Today I have designed a card using the "Grand Madison Door" (830).  

I'm sure you all remember all the great Heartfelt Creations "Chateau Gate Collection" that was released earlier this year.  Well there are so many wonderful stamps and dies in that collection that will work great with the Poppy Stamps Grand Madison Door.  The die above the door is the Heartfelt Creations "Decorative Chateau Gate Die" (HCD 718).   It actually has a window opening in the die but I just cut that part off and used it for a decorative doorway topper.  The door fits perfectly inside this die.  The decorative trees are from the Heartfelt Creations "Doorway Trimmings Precut Set" (HCPC 3446).  I have a 6-foot spiral cut evergreen on my front porch so thought these trees would be perfect to go with this door.  

For the background for the door, I embossed a piece of  light blue card stock with the Sizzix "Bricked" embossing folder.  I then used Ranger "Weathered Wood" Distress Stain over the bricks which added a little darker blue to portions of the bricks.  Then I went over some of the bricks with the "Picket Fence" Distress Stain to add another dimension of color.  I love using the Distress Stains because they have a sponge top and you just rub them over the card stock to color it.  They are so easy to use.

When you die cut the door, it cuts across the top and the right side of the door so it will open.  You only need to fold down the score line to create an open door.  It is so easy. I used a silver brad for the door knob.  I cut off the prongs of the brad and added it with a rolled up glue dot.  I didn't want the brad prongs to show through to the inside of the card.  I added a piece of design paper from the KaiserCraft "Lullaby Collection" to the back of the door so when you opened it, it would appear to be wallpaper.  I wanted to add an sentiment inside the door so used the JustRite "Fancy Frames" stamp set to stamp "Hello"  and the little flourish under it, then cut it out with one of the Spellbinders "Floral Doily Accent" dies.  This was attached inside the door using ProGlider Adhesive.  The door was glued to the bricked background.  A small strip of dark blue card stock was added along the bottom of the door.  The HFC trees were colored using Copic markers and added with dimensional tape.

As you know, all the products I use can be purchased from Joan's Gardens

Today I promised to announce the winner of the two PunchBunch punches I used in my blog post last Saturday.  The winner is #19.  CONGRATULATIONS TO  

Blogger CraftinGranny said...
Oh Selma, another gorgeous creation with beautiful flowers. It kind of reminds me of a Chrysanthemum but I'm sure no expert on flowers. Thanks for the great tutorial. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend. "Hugs"
Saturday, April 14, 2012 9:10:00 PM PDT
Carol please contact Joan to verify your address.  

It was so much fun to read all your comments about the yellow flowers.  When I created the flowers, I thought I was creating "Marigolds" but they could have been any of the flowers you suggested.  Isn't it great all the varieties of flowers you can create with your punches.  Thank you for all the wonderful comments about my work.  I always love to hear from you.


Sunday, April 15, 2012

Pink Tulips and Tutorial

Today I decided to use my PunchBunch "Ovoid" punch to create some different type tulips. The design paper I used is from the Pink Paislee "Spring Jubilee" paper pack.  The butterfly is part of the design paper.  The doily behind the tulips is the Cheery Lynn "Polynesian Sails Oval" (DL153).  On top of that I used the new Spellbinders "Labels 25".  A white silk bow was added to complete this card.  

 For each tulip I used three punched "Ovoid" petals.

I sponged around the edges with a darker pink ink then used the large white flower shaping tool, from the Flower Tool Kit, to shape each petal.  Two of the petals were glued together as shown above. The picture shows the difference in just punched petals and those that you shape.

A large foam glue dot was added behind the center petal to give the tulip a lot of shape.  Center that petal in between the other two petals.

I wanted my tulip to be well "rounded" so I used the round nosed pliers to curl the edges under.  Both pieces of these pliers are round so you don't get any creases when rolling the petals.  I use these pliers to create almost all my flowers. 

For the stems/leaves, I used the Heartfelt Creations "Simple Fillers Stems PreCut set" (HCPC3319). I love this stamp set because you can use it for the stems for most your flowers. I used both the stems with leaves and the stem without leaves.  The stamped image was then die cut using the  Spellbinders "Label 25" die.  You notice part of the design has been cut off.  That will be "fixed" in the next photo.   I embossed this piece using the "Swiss Dots" embossing Folder.

I stamped the two stems with leaves and cut them out, as shown above, so I could shape the leaves and layer them over the leaves stamped in the "Label 25" die cut.  

The tulips were attached to the top of the stamped stems using another large foam glue dot.  The leaves were glued over the stamped leaves by just adding a dot of glue to the tips and bottom so they would remain dimensional. 


Saturday, April 14, 2012

Yellow Flower Tutorial and a Give Away

 Today I have created some new flowers using some of the Punch Bunch flower punches I have used before, but also two new ones I haven't used.  I love how you can create so many different types of flowers with punches.  I thought I would play a little game today and let you tell me what type of flower you think this might be.  There is no wrong answer.  I will be selecting someone from all the comments on this blog post to receive the two new punches I have not used before.  I selected these punches in hopes you don't already have them, and would like to add them to your collection.  These punches are from Joan's Gardens.

Here are all the supplies used on this card:  The design paper is from the Kaiser Craft "Lilac Avenue Collection;  The doily under the flower is the new MFT "Dizzy Doily"; on top of that is the Memory Box "Valerian Flourish" (98196); topped with the Memory Box "Quinn Flourish" (98267).  The border along the bottom is from the new Spellbinders "Moroccan Accents" (S5-064) die set.  The sentiment is from the JustRite "Always & Forever Medallion Labels" stamp set.  The corners are from the Cheery Lynn "Lace Corner Deco B" (B162) die set.

To create the flowers I used the punches shown in this picture.  In the top row is the Punch Bunch "Small Heart".  You need to punch four of them for each flower and cut down the center as shown in the picture.  The next two rows show the Punch Bunch "Small Tear Drop".  You will need 16 of these.  At the end of these rows you can see the "Medium Daisy" which is used for a "base".  Eight petals will be glued to each Med. Daisy Base.   The two bottom rows show the "Martha Stewart "Cosmos" which is used for the base and two rows of the Punch Bunch "Small Pears".  Eight pears are glued to each "Cosmos" base.  In the upper right corner, there are 3 "Small Daisies" which will become of the center of the flower.  All the flower petals were shaped using the tools from the Flower tool kit before assembly.  To assemble the flowers you will be starting with the two layers of the "Pears" for the bottom.  Next layer on top of the pears will be two layers of the "Tear Drop".  You will add the layer created with the divided heart petals next and end with three small daisies glued together for the very center.   

In this picture you can see the petals glued to the base for each of the groups. The above picture doesn't show all the rows for one flower but you can see how the petals were glued to the base then they were shaped by pressing down into the black shaping mat to "cup" them.  At the top of the picture is the flower assembled.

Would you like a chance to win these two punches, shown above, to add to your collection (these are the Small Tear Drop and Small Heart" Punches).  Just leave me a comment below and tell me what type of flower you think I created today.  There is no wrong answer.  I will do a random drawing next Monday, April 16, to announce the winner.  The winner will need to contact Joan at Joan's Gardens to leave your name and address and she will mail you your prize.   I hope you will join in on the fun.

It is the time of year when everyone likes to start working on creating flowers.  Joan's Gardens is having a 40% off sale on Punch Bunch punches.  Be sure to go over to her blog to check it out.  

As you know, all the products I use can be purchased from Joan's Gardens.

Have a great weekend.


Friday, April 13, 2012

Another Pretty Wreath

Joan sent me another very pretty wreath from Memory Box that I had fun designing with it today. This is the Catalina Wreath (98189).  I die cut the wreath using green card stock then die cut it two more times using two different shades of pink card stock so I could add the colored flowers.  I added punched stamens to the center of all the flowers.   

The background is a piece of designer paper from the Echo Park "Country Drive" paper pad.  I used the Cuttlebug "Swiss Dots" embossing folder to emboss the top portion of it.  Swiss Dots just seem to always go with lacy designs, don't you think.   Do you remember a couple of months ago I showed you how many different doilies I could get out of one of the Cheery Lynn dies.  I used the "Sophia's Heart" (DL 184) and had a lot of different size doilies out of that one die cut.  Well I used parts of that doily for this card.  One section of that in on the bottom layer, then on top of that is one of the Spellbinders "Lacy Circles" dies.  Then another piece of that "Sophia's Heart" doily was placed on top of that solid circle.  You can see the pretty heart in the middle of the "Sophia's Heart" in the center of the wreath.  

To dress up the bottom of the card, I use the Poppy Stamps "Bubble Daisy Border".  Kaiser Craft Pearls were added to the center of each daisy.  Oh no!  I just noticed that the pearl in the center daisy came lose and is up on the petal!   Easy to fix!    On the upper corners I added the Cheery Lynn "Lace Corner Deco F" (B166) corners.  To complete the card I tucked in a few Martha Stewart branches around the flowers on the wreath.

All the newest Memory Box and Poppy Stamps have recently been posted at Joan's Gardens.  Be sure to go over and check them all out.  They are all so beautiful.


Thursday, April 12, 2012

Tulips and a Tutorial

It always amazes me what you can create with punched pieces.  This card was designed around some tulips I created with an "Apple" punch. For the background I used the Spellbinders "M-Bossabilities" Splendid embossing folder (EL-005). Behind the basket I used the Spellbinders "Lotus" die (S4-269) and one of the Heartfelt Creations Lacy Corners (HCD 704).   The Basket is the Cheery Lynn "Spring Basket 1" (DL214).  It is hard to see in this picture.  I placed the basket down in the new Poppy Stamps "Grassland Border" (825).  The white flowers in the tulip basket were created using the Cheery Lynn "Miniature Rose" (B152).  Punched stamens were added to the center.  The smaller daisies were taken out of my store of extra flowers. 


This is a picture of the punches used and the number of pieces I need to create 3 tulips.  In this picture i was creating a red and white tulip.  The edges of white "apples" were sponged with red Distress Ink.
To assemble the tulip, you begin by using the green "snowflake" and add three petals to it.

Next, you add three more petals alternating from previous petals attached.

Glue in the black snowflake.
Start shaping the tulip using the rounded end of the white tool in the Flower Tool Kit.

I pressed down in the center of the tulip on the black Flower Shaping Mat to get it to "cup".

You can use your fingers to help form the flower around the end of the white tool.

 You need to shape the large Sky Flake before placing it in the tulip.

This is how the inside looks. Add glue to the center of the stamen and push down into the center of the tulip. You can add two black Sky Flakes for fuller stamens if you want.

 This is a picture of the outside of the tulip after it has been shaped.

 The punch I used for the leaves is the "Mega Elongated Leaves".  I used the pointed end for the tip of the leaves.

Here is another design I was "playing" with.  There are lots of different things you can do with your tulips. This card is not completed.  I just wanted to show it so you can see the tulips.

I hope you love creating flowers with punches.  In case you haven't seen it, there is a huge sale over at Joan's Gardens on all her punches.  They are all 40% off.  You'll want to be sure and check out this fabulous sale!



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