Excited To Create Spring Tulips and Daffodils?

Excited for spring tulips and daffodils to arrive? A few days ago I enthusiastically welcomed a few blooming purple and yellow crocuses popping up in our backyard. The daffodils had also emerged and had grown several inches tall! In the photo below, see what happened to them on Saturday!

Wisconsin backyard trees and flowers covered with several inches of March wet snow.
Wisconsin March Snow on Saturday!

While the snow is actually quite beautiful, I was disappointed that I could no longer see the flowers. So I had to create these spring tulips and daffodils in my craft room instead of enjoying them in my garden!

Spring Tulips and Daffodils created in the craft room with Stampin' Up! Tulip and Daffodil Dies, and Flowering Tulip stamps. Little Brushed Brass Butterflies accent the spring scene.

Excited for Spring Tulips and Daffodils Card

Today’s card features my favorite spring flowers, tulips and daffodils, and one of my favorite techniques – heat embossing! In addition to embossing products, you’ll also need dies, cardstock in your favorite colors, a sentiment, ink, and a few embellishments. Garden Green is a great green cardstock for this card, but use your favorite green! Get a complete list of the products used to create this spring flower card below.

With the Tulips Dies, Daffodil Dies, and Flowering Tulips stamps used for these flowers, you will find yourself making flowers for all occasions! If you’d like even more samples for the tulip dies, read Tulips Brighten Your Cloudiest Day

Stampin’ Up! Catalogs are Ending Soon!

Both the 2022-2023 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog and the Jan – April 2023 Mini Catalog end on May 1, 2023. There’s a good chance that some of these products won’t be available in the upcoming catalogs. Watch for the Last Chance Products Sale.

For demonstrators, we’ll get to peek at the new catalog later this week. Will these products still be available? We’ll know soon! But if these stamps or dies are on your wish list, be sure to order them here before they’re gone. Then start creating some great Spring, Easter or Mother’s Day cards.

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