Saturday, 22 July 2017

Tranquil Tulips from Stampin' Up Card Inspiration

A pretty simple card to share with you all today showcasing the wonderful Tranquil Tulips stamp set.

This set really is stunning - it gives gorgeous results with very little effort.

I am really enjoying playing around with lots of different colours for the tulips. There are lots of different techniques you can try as well.

In this case I have gone pretty simple with just Real Red for one flower, I haven't stamped off twice or anything like that. The second flower is Crushed Curry first and then Calypso Coral.

The leaves are stamped in Old Olive and I have finished with a strip of coordinating Old Olive mini chevron ribbon tied with a little linen thread.

The sentiment is from Beautiful Bouquet - I am really loving the versatility of this set. 

Now remember that Tranquil Tulips is usually only available if you place a Stampin' Up order over £150 or host a party with sales exceeding that same amount. 

However, I am sending a brand new set to all of my customers who shop with me in July as part of their thank you pack.

And remember you will recieve a £4.50 voucher to spend in August from Stampin' Up for every £45.00 you spend in July

If you live in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, France or Austria, you can shop Stampin' Up on line with me HERE and receive this set as a thank you from me in early August. 

Don't forget the current Bonus Days promotion 
£4.50 to spend in August for every £45 you spend in July.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of being a Stampin' Up demonstrator click HERE, I would love to have you join my team.

And don't forget the Christmas in July joining offer means you will get a lot of extra goodies absolutely free if you sign up as a demonstrator this month!


  1. Such a sweet card Caroline. I have just managed to get my hands on the beautiful tulips and tested it out yesterday by making the holder for the papers. Absolutely fabulous­čśü couldn't believe how easy the stamps were to use. I had been thinking about the set for a while and made the push. So worth it! Thank you for sharing xxx

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