We actually had relatively nice weather this weekend! No rain and sunshine. What a treat! We haven't seen the sun in so long. I'm sure the nice weather is not going to last long. Mother Nature is probably just teasing us again.
I made this card earlier this month and didn't make good notes like normal. They are very brief. I'm especially guessing on the tulip colors. The larger tulip is Gorgeous Grape and Highland Heather. I'm positive about that.
The two other tulips are the ones I'm guessing on the colors. For sure it's Rich Razzleberry. Since I wrote down Fresh Freesia, I'm assuming that is paired with the Rich Razzleberry. If not, I'll guess Blushing Bride. Flirty Flamingo is a slight possibility.
I'm sure that other people have done the same thing. Right?
If you haven't noticed, I tried to stamp tulips that are very similar to those in the DSP.
For the first time, I'm using the Timber 3D embossing folder! It sat completely forgotten about. Needless to say, I'm super happy it isn't retiring this year. The background was just too plain for me and needed some pizzazz.
Speaking of pizzazz, if you want to add more, use Wink of Stella on the tulips. It's the best thing ever. Any card can always use the Wink of Stella on it.
Here's what I did on the inside. Simple, but not forgotten about.
Take a look at the box! Did you guess what was inside it? Of course, I found the idea on Pinterest. Absolutely NO way I created this box on my own. My friend does like wine, so I couldn't resist. It takes one of those small, individual size wine bottles. You can find the idea on Pinterest, search wine box Stampin' Up or to go stampinmagic.com. Her directions are very details and easy to follow.
By the way, my friend really did like it.
Click on the above pictures for dimensions and instructions.
Until next time...Stampin' Always,
Cheryl, HomeStyle Stamper