Layered Tulips 3 Ways

Updated: Oct 27, 2020

This post is long overdue. I wanted to create a bunch of thank you cards to send to my grandmother's in Europe (hence the language difference in the top left card) to hand out to people who were getting them groceries and running other little errands for them during this time. I had just received my Simon Says Stamp Order with these Layered Tulip Stamps, and couldn't wait to stamp away. I made way too many backgrounds so not only did I make cards to send to my grandmother's, I also made Thank You cards to hand out to essential service workers as well as Mother's Day Shaker Cards (that's how old this post is). I love this stamp set and have no doubt that I'll be able to keep using it in creative ways (Lawn Fawn Critters, I am coming for you).

Distress Ink Combos Used for Tulips:

----Mustard Seed:

----Wild Honey:

----Abandoned Coral:

----Festive Berries:

----Picked Raspberry:

----Worn Lipstick:

----Seedless Preserves:

----Wilted Violet:

Distress Inks Used for the Background:

----Shabby Shutters:

----Mowed Lawn:

----Tumbled Glass:

Stamp and Die Sets Used:

Simon Says Clear Stamps LAYERED TULIPS:


Other Tools Used:

----Ranger Gold Embossing Powder:

----Ranger Embossing Ink:

----Memento Tuxedo Black Ink:

----Tonic Travel Glass Media Mat:

----WaffleFlower Water Media Mat:

----Strathmore Bristol Smooth Paper Pad:

----100lb Cover Cardstock:

----Blender Brushes:

----Bone Folder:

----Reverse Tweezers:


----Quickstik Tool:

----Fiskars Paper Trimmer: or

----Score Board:

----Heat Gun:

----Glossy Accents:

----Nuvo Crystal Drops - Morning Dew:

Music: Lazy Day

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