Today, I’m sharing a clean and simple all die cut card. I’ve really been loving the beautiful flower dies that stamp companies have been coming out with lately so I knew The Stamp Market’s Spring Tulip die had to come home with me.
My original idea was to use the lovely outline flower the Spring Tulip die creates but when I die cut my first Tulip I really liked how the flower looked with all the pieces still intact so I decided to go with it. I die cut the flowers from Lawn Fawn’s Vanilla Malt, Kraft, and Sage Leaf cardstocks as well as MFT’s Tickled Pink cardstock.
I wanted the background to have some interest, instead of being flat white, so I used a sheet of Lawn Fawn’s Spiffy Speckles pattern paper which I die cut with the largest die from Lawn Fawn’s Large Stitched Rectangle die set.
For the sentiment, I wanted something that would have some weight and not get loss against all the beautiful flowers. So, I pulled out The Stamp Market’s Stacked Hello Stamp Bundle and die cut “Hello” using white cardstock from my stash. I also die cut white craft foam with the same “Hello” die since I wanted the sentiment raised off the card base to give it some separation from the flowers. I love how this turned out!
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