Painted Petals: Tulips

Painted Petals Tulips

Hi, friends! How are you? I hope this day finds you happy and well.

Here is another card made with the Panted Petals Stamp Set and the Painted Blooms DSP. This card is also part of our March Stamp of the Month club. Aren’t those watercolored tulips beautiful?

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Happy stampin’ friends!

Michelle

6 thoughts on “Painted Petals: Tulips

  1. Very pretty! Like the simplicity. I love this DSP and I’m having a hard time using mine. I guess I’m hoarding it, but I will make this card. Thanks for sharing your cards! Did you use an embossing folder around the oval? Nice touch.

    • Hi Jeannette! I’m so glad you like the card. I forgot to mention the oval embossing folder which is retired. It was part of the “Designer Frames” set. I try not to use retired items, but I just couldn’t resist for this card.

  2. What a truly beautiful card! It has such a charm and delicate’ness’ about it which makes me think of my mother and my Grandma. They both would have loved this card.

    Hope everything is fine and dandy in your world ~ love Cobs. x

    • Thank you Cobs, what a lovely thought that this card reminded you of your mother and grandmother. I am honored and always appreciate your genuine and lovely comments.

      Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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