Today, am making a flower - a Tulip actually, using the the Timeless Tulip stamp set and the coordinating punch.
I love punches!
I got this idea from an Australian demonstrator, Michelle Jutrisa. Her Tulip flower was made as as a topper for a pencil.
As I wanted to make a flower, I used a paper straw for the stem, and I just coloured the straw by applying colour with a sponge - I used Garden Green ink.
Note: this can be a bit messy - you are warned! ))
The card I used to make just one Tulip:
Petal Pink card: large enough to stamp 6 tulip heads
Old Olive card: enough to stamp 1 leaf
Here is a picture of the finished flower.
Watch this video to see how I made this flower
As I thought a buch of tulips would make a lovely decoration at my catalogue launch party, I made some more, using the same technique, but I used Daffodil Delight, Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler.
I think they look really lovely... what do you think?
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