Friday 14 May 2021

Timeless Tulips for AYSI 250

This week at As You See It we have our 'Fill in the blank' challenge. What's your favourite first flower of Spring?

My choice was at least in part guided by my stamp collection, which seems to not have any daffodil stamps! Hard to believe, right? But I do love tulips too, so it's not much of a problem. 😀. Timeless Tulips to the rescue!

I've kept things clean and literally simple. This is a card that can be whipped up quickly and could be made in multiples just as well.  The tulip flowers are stamped in Polished Pink and the stems and leaves in Soft Succulent. I've given the leaves and flowers a coat of Wink of Stella too.

The stamped panel is cut with one of the Ornate Layers dies and mounted on a card front embossed with the Painted Texture embossing folder. The DSP is double-new: Polished Pink and Soft Succulent (new In-Colours) and in the new patterns of the family DSP stacks.

The sentiment is from Timeless Tulips, framed and mounted using one of the Tasteful Labels dies. The little stitched banner is fast becoming a favourite of mine. 

Another thing that's already become a favourite in the short time they've been available is the 2021-2023 In Colour Jewels: they sparkle, shimmer and shine! I've used the Evening Evergreen ones here, to tie in with the card base. 

We'd love to have you join us with this sketch challenge and have you show us how you see it. You can see what the rest of the Design Team have done and link up your entry by visiting the As You See It Challenge site.

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1 comment:

  1. You can't bear the first tulips of spring and yours are so pretty in pink! Love the hint of pattern from the day and background texture for added interest too. Beautiful!