Monday, May 29, 2017

Vintage Tulips

I am absolutely, head-over-heals in LOVE with the new Tranquil Tulips Host Set! I know, I know... I say that a lot but it's true each and every time that I say it! I mean, take a look at those gorgeous tulips! What's not to love, right?

If you're wondering, "What exactly is a host set?". A host set is a stamp set that is available just for hosts. And, in today's project, I feature a couple of the new host sets from new Annual Catalog that will be available beginning 6/1/2017. Contact me to book your in-home, catalog, or online party today!

Now, gather your supplies, join me in my craft room, and be inspired to transform paper into a little work of art.

Do you want to learn how to make more projects like this one? And have a chance to earn FREE products? All while having fun hanging out with your girlfriends? Ask me how you can host your very own Stampin' Up! Party!

Be sure to check out the list of supplies I used below and if you want to order any of them just click on the link or contact me.

Supply List

143767 - Tranquil Tulips Photopolymer Hostess Stamp Set (available 6/1/2017)
144029 - Background Bits Clear-Mount Hostess Stamp Set (available 6/1/2017)
141573 - Bunch of Blossoms Pholopolymer Stamp Set
126983 - Calypso Coral Classic Stampin Pad
131180 - Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin Pad
126975 - Crumb Cake Classic Stampin Pad
126974 - Early Espresso Classic Stampin Pad
120953 - Crumb Cake 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
101650 - Very Vanilla 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
144137 - Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper (available 6/1/2017)
141701 - Delicate White Doilies
141672 - Very Vanilla Lace Trim
104199 - Linen Thread
138292 - Banner Triple Punch
141337 - Stamping Sponges
104332 - Snail Adhesive
103683 - Mini Glue Dots
102300 - Bone Folder
103579 - Paper Snips

Non-Stampin' Up! Supply List
Tim Holtz Paper Distresser


Carol Hardie said...

I also love this stamp set. Your vintage layout is just gorgeous!!

Areli said...

Thank you so much, Carol. Definitely one of my favorites!

Tulip Grandma said...

Very nice card and very thorough explanation. Hope to try it soon! Very, very pretty & classy!

Areli said...

Thank you so much for your encouragement, Joyce.

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