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Hello and welcome to my blog. I'm an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator in the UK and love sharing my passion for paper crafting and Stampin' Up! products. Thank you for visiting I hope to see you again soon. Zoe x

Wednesday 16 March 2022

New at SU with Stampin' Up! Tulip Fields

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Hi and welcome to the New at SU, international Stampin' Up! demonstrator blog hop for March 2022.  You may have just come from Anke's blog where she has shared a fabulous card using the Flowing Flowers stamp set because this month we are CASEing annual catalogue (AC) designs, but using stamps and products featured in our Spring Mini catalogue for 2022.  

I'm CASEing a card from page 25 in the AC and have used the sentiment free stamp set Tulip Fields.  It is a super set for colourful spring cards and I don't know about you, but I love spring flowers in particular Tulips.   The colours are so amazing and plentiful.  

I also used the Flowering Fields DSP and the Gingham embossing folder.  Both are in the spring mini.  I stamped the scene using a paper mask I created with the windmill stamp. I die cut it using the Layering Circles dies.  To add some depth I stamped and fussy cut the building part of the windmill and raised it with Stampin' Up! dimensionals and I used Stampin' Blends to add some touches of colour to my black and white image.  
I used a piece of Petal Pink card for the background rectangle, but wanted it to tone in a little more with the tulips on the paper so I used a blending brush to gently add some Calypso Coral Ink. 

The fun sentiment is from a demonstrator stamp set called Stamping Your Way to The Top which you can buy when you join Stampin' Up!.  I fussy cut it and it creates a cheery card to send to a friend.  Let's face it we all prefer a card via snail mail than a bill or email if we are honest.  
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Can you spot the card I case'd?

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Keep safe and keep stamping

Zoe x

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Ginger said...

Sweet card and a terrific interpretation of the CASE.

cuilliesocks said...

A beautiful card Zoe, lovely papers and design, and I love the windmill image, Kate x

Creative Juice by Loni said...

I love how you showed a completely different type of stamp set with this version of the card, and a handmade greeting card IS WAY BETTER than a text!

Anke - scraphexe said...

What a great idea, I like it a lot

Heather Cooper said...

I didn't get the windmill dies because I didn't think I would use them much, but I love how you've used them here! This was a great way to CASE this design.

Annette Elias-de Kijkkast said...

Oh wow, you really made a complete scenery in that little circle! Very Very pretty and a beautiful CASE!

Tricia Butts said...

Beautiful card design. Love the scene you have created with this CASE.

Rochelle said...

I really like how you have used the windmill on this card with the banner element for the sentiment. Great CASE x

Brenda Copper said...

Great Case, love the way you fit the scene onto the circle