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Spellbinders Wonderful Tulips Slimline Cards

Hi card making friends, hope you are having a great weekend.  I’m back today with Spellbinders Wonderful Tulips Slimline Cards.  This new and very beautiful Wonderful Tulips Glimmer plate is part of a new release, Four Petal Collection over at Spellbinders.  There are some great dies, stamps, plates and a beautiful embossing folder in this release and I’ll be playing with more from this release in upcoming posts.  For today, it’s all about the GLIMMER…

Don’t know how to GLIMMER FOIL – I have an entire page dedicated to it HERE:

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Spellbinders Wonderful Tulips Slimline Cards

Additionally, with this release, the Wonderful Tulips Glimmer, has a coordinating 7 layer stencil set.  Hence two cards.  The one on the left is colored with copic markers, the one on the right showcases the stencil set.

If you are not into copic coloring, the stencil set is for you.  It makes fast and fun work of coloring in those pretty tulips, it literarily only took minutes to complete.

 

handmade slimline card with pink and orange tulips colored with copic markers and card making products from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Wonderful Tulips Slimline Cards Card #1

Start with a piece of Hammermill white cardstock 3″ x 8″ and foil the tulips in Polished Brass Glimmer Foil.

PRO-TIP – I find the Polished Brass Shows up better than the Gold.

Next, use copic markers to color the image.

Green:  YG01, G40, G46, G29  Pink:  Rv10, RV02, RV14, V17, YG21, Orange:  E11, E93, YR16

Then, attach to a Pink Sand Mat 3-1/4 x 8-1/4

Finally, attach to a white card base:  7 x 8-1/2, scored and folded at 3-1/2

Adding the Sentiment:

Start by foiling the sentiment in Polished Brass onto a scrap of black cardstock

Next, die cut it with the coordinating die included in the set.

Finally, attach with foam squares to add a bit of dimension.

hand made slimline card with pink and orange stenciled tulips created with new card making products from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Wonderful Tulips Slimline Cards Card #2

Start with a piece of Hammermill white cardstock 3″ x 8″ and foil the tulips in Polished Brass Glimmer Foil.

Next, use the Layered Stencils to add color to the tulips.

Distress Oxide Inks used:
Pinks:  Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Oranges:  Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Greens:  Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint, Pine Needles

Finally, Use the coordinating dies to cut out the image.

On a separate piece of 3″ x 8″ hammermill cardstock, use the background stencil and Broken China Ink, to stencil the background.

Attach to a 3-1/4″ x 8-1/4″ mat in Waterfall blue, then to a side folding card base:  7″ x 8-1/2″, score and fold at 3-1/2″.

Add a sentiment foiled on a scrap of white cardstock.

Both cards were embellished with Color Essential Gems in Crystal Mix and Teal.

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12 thoughts on “Spellbinders Wonderful Tulips Slimline Cards”

  1. Gorgeous cards Sandi, not sure which I like the most! So I’ll just say I love them both the same. Beautifully created cards and I love when a stencil set is offered as a colouring option. This release is so pretty and I look forward to seeing what else you have up your sleeve!

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