I love this inspiration piece this week. I love spring, I love tulips, especially white ones.
This, once again, is open to so many interpretations. You can use the flower like I have, the colors, a gradient, the sketch... I can't wait to see what you do.
For my project I took this garage sale wooden plaque:
I upcycled it to a seasonal decor piece. Like I said I absolutely love white tulips. I used the La Petite Paperie Basile
papers by Carina Gardner, which are available at Jessica Sprague
. The solids (white and kraft) are from the Daisy Jane collection
, also by Carina Gardner. I cut the papers the size I wanted them, adhere them to a base with Glue Dots®
and Glue Lines®
then I added the stitching. The yellow paper was stamped with a Unity stamp before adhering and the label (cut with Spellbinders) was misted with some Studio Calico Mr. Huey. The tulip is from the Bee-Loved
set by My Time Made Easy. The title is cut with my Spring Slice cartridge then crimped with my crimper (haven't used that in awhile!). Now the best part... I adhered it to the plaque with Removable Glue Dots®
so that I can change the picture for the season/holiday! I love that! This is also for The Pink Elephant challenge
I wrote this blog post while participating on the Glue Dots Design Team.
Now I can't wait to see what you do!
Rules for Playing:
Create a NEW project for this challenge.
Be sure to link your blog with a direct link to the post you would like me to visit.
Please put a link on your post to this challenge.
Create a project with no more than 5 challenges including this challenge.
Feel free to use any crafting products you have!