Hi friends…it’s been a while. What’s kept me away? You might recall that I broke my wrist at the end of April. Now it’s all healed & I have great mobility! Strength is a “work in progress”. The second HUGE thing was a quick decision to sell our villa and purchase a home. We won’t close and move until mid July but most of the craziness with showing & looking is over. I’m so happy that I am able to get back to blogging.
So here I am with a pretty tulip card. The base is Fresh Freesia. I diecut a piece of Highland Heather with the tulip edge die & placed it next to my panel of Flowering Field DSP & Rich Razzleberry card stock.
The gorgeous Flowering Fields DSP is retiring & on sale (30% off) while supplies last. The Flowering Tulips stamp set & Tulip dies are available in the new Annual Catalog.
The sentiment does not have a die so I fussy cut it. Below are pictures of my process. First I stamp my sentiment in Rich Razzleberry ink on Fresh Freesia.
Next I put my block with stamp face down on a plain piece of paper. I look at the edges of the stamp, the photopolymer edge, and free cut that design.
The pretty Loose Flowers surround the sentiment.
I will see you again on Wednesday. Happy Stamping, MJ (aka Marilyn)