Hello, again all! I told you yesterday that I would give a tutorial on the tulip greeting card. I was able to scan the template while at my mom's, so let's get started. If you are using a Cricut, the cartridges you will need are: 1) Cricut essentials, 2) any cartridge with a circle/oval, and ) Sweet treats.
A) Cut one oval at 1" x 1.75"
B) Cut 4 drop shapes (Cricut essentials) 1" x 1.75"
C) Cut one rectangle 0.25" x 3"
D) Cut 5 sweet treats: Flowr1-s 2.5" x 3"
You will 2 pieces of card stock:
1) White/Cream 4.5" x 11"
2) Pink card stock or color of choice.
1) Fold White/Cream card stock in half length wise.
2. Center and adhere to pink card stock. (I used double sided tape).
17. Then adhere, to most recently adhered leaves, last leaf so that it is centered and stick as straight up and down as possible.
This little card is quite cute, quick, and easy to make. Feel free to customize this card in anyway. If you choose to make this card, I would love to see your take on it.
- I am a 37 year old nurse who is currently not working due to medical issues. I have chosen to pass my time crafting, but because I am not working, I have little money to spend on supplies. I have a small stash from while I was still working but am now using what I have access to around the house. I also use things I can find cheaply at the dollar store, in the dollar bins, on clearance, or buy with coupons at Michaels and Hobby Lobby. I also like to shop thrift stores and garage sales for things to use in my crafting. You would be surprised with what you can find if you aren't afraid to prowl a little.