A fun new Craft and Chat video for you today. Showcasing the Flowering Tulips Bundle from the Flowering Fields product suite. You’ll find it on pages 14-17 in the Spring mini catalogue. The stamps layer and work really well with the stamping off technique which I show. But you could use a lighter and darker shade of one colour if you prefer. The dies look a little tricky too, but again once you understand how they go together its a breeze. Do try using patterned paper to make them you get such great shading, and the Simply Marbleous paper I used is FREE with a £45 order till the end of February.

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I have a yellow version too.

And this next one is for my Mother-in-law for Mothers day. I’m safe sharing it here because she isn’t a fan of computers, so no chance of her seeing it! I used the Flowering Fields patterned paper for the background.

Another card showcasing the border die, which is lovely and gives a great effect.

Finally, the stamped images, you’ll hear me talk about the wiggly stamp, it is just so cool! It grounds the tulip. I was going to re-stamp the last tulip, but decided to leave it, in is all its wonky glory.

Here are all the Stampin’ Up! items I used in the video. Click on the pictures to go shopping in my online store.


Tulips Dies
£33.00
Linen Thread
£4.75

That’s all from me for today. We have had another change in our weekend plans, so not exactly sure what we will be getting up to. I am sure though it will involve watching the Curling and doing more crochet. I have things to design!!!!

In exciting news some swatches have come for the sofa, so we might go sofa shopping.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend and I’ll see you on Tuesday!

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