Introducing Tulip Time

Welcome to Day 6 of Papertrey Ink’s February Anniversary Release! Today, there are many new product introductions. I have a card showcasing a new stamp and die collection designed by Betsy called Tulip Time. It is a multi-step stamp giving you many options for providing coloring layers with your ink and stamps. It’s a beautiful stamp set. All new products will be available at Papertrey Ink on February 15 at 10 pm ET.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

Tulip Time is a new stamp and die collection designed by Betsy Veldman.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

I paired it with Keep It Simple: Easter stamps.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

The stamp’s index sheet includes number identifying which stamps go with which flowers. But, I was rushing and missed one. Can you find it?!

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

I love how you can layer the stamps using the dies. I stamped some tulips on the white linen cardstock and then added the cluster of stamped tulip die cut over top.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

You can see my creative process in a video. I’ve included it at the end of this post.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInkI also used Gold Luxe Foil Patterned Paper.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

I added a piece of Lovely Lady cardstock as a dividing border between the Gold Luxe Foil Striped patterned paper and the white linen cardstock.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

There are so many color combinations possible for this stamp set. I used a few here, but I can’t wait to use more!

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey ink - February 2016 - Tulip Time - #AshleyCannonNewell #PaperSuite #PapertreyInk

Supplies

*All supplies are available at Papertrey Ink, unless otherwise noted.

Stamps: Keep It Simple: Easter, Tulip Time

Ink: True Black, Hibiscus Burst, Lovely Lady, Sweet Blush, Pure Poppy, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, Harvest Gold, Summer Sunrise, Orange Zest

Cardstock: Lovely Lady, White Linen

Dies: Tulip Time

Patterned Paper: Gold Luxe Foil

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Here is a new episode to my creative process series! I hope you enjoy watching a part of my process in making a Tulip Time card. These videos aren’t intended to be tutorials, but just a peek over my craft table while I create. I like to think of it as another way to showcase my projects in action in addition to the still photographs.

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Don’t forget to check out Nichole Heady‘s blog to see all about today’s product introductions, announcements, and links to other design team members who created projects to share today!

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  • Vicki Finger - Really Lovely, Ashley!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy L. - Thank you Ashley for all of the videos you are doing this week, I really appreciate all the time and creative effort it takes to make them. Your cards are simply beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Ashwini - Lovely creation! The tulips are truly lovely! The gold stripes really accent them a lot!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Beeman - This tulip card is SO pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Lempinen - Your tulip card is FABULOUS! The colors you chose, the gold stripe paper and a touch of the color down the side really set off your beautiful bouquet of tulips.
    Love your video as well, glad you don’t waste time telling things we should already know.
    I received a Misti for Christmas and you really opened my eyes how to use it fully. It looks great for multi-layering stamping, I’m so excited to give it a try.
    I also am impressed with your opening credits on the video, great job.
    PS the picture of Lauren really shows how much she has grown, she looks adorable.ReplyCancel

  • Patsann - Thanks for the tips and inspiration Ashley this card is awesomeLReplyCancel

  • Diana - Truly stunning, Ashley! Love the colours you chose for your bouquet so much.ReplyCancel

  • jan metcalf - Very pretty card, like the colors and touch of gold!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy H. - Ashley, your card is really so pretty! Love the color combo.ReplyCancel

  • Billie - Your video is fantastic! Thank you so much for doing these videos. I know they take a lot of time, but your efforts are appreciated! It’s easier for me
    to imagine creating with the product instead of just seeing pictures of it. Blessings to you!ReplyCancel

  • Holly Saveur - Gorgeous cardReplyCancel

  • Teresa W. - Beautiful card! I enjoy watching your tutorial.ReplyCancel

  • Linda Sodano - Beautiful card Ashley! Thanks for doing the video. It really helps to see your process!ReplyCancel

  • Troy Louise - So pretty – love the bright colors with the black and white! Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Janet - Oh, my. I’ve seen the Misti and thought it was kind of a good thing. NOW I get it! A beautiful card. (And Nancy, you are so lucky!)ReplyCancel

  • María Alba Negrón - Hi Ashley,

    OMG, that is the most beautiful card that you have created thus far!!!
    You really hit it out of the park this time, it is Awesome and Elegant!
    As for the “mistake”, it is hardly noticeable, if you do this as a hobby or work you would notice on the yellow tulip to the left, but I would not had notice if you did not mentioned it. As far as I am concerned it give more character to the card!

    Cariños,
    María AlbaReplyCancel

  • Patricia Ladd - Tulips are absolutely the flower of Spring and are perfect for Easter cards. The stamp layering makes coloring the tulip easy enough for me to accomplish.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy M - It’s spring on a card. So pretty, Ashley. And I wouldn’t have noticed that tulip on the left if you hadn’t pointed it out!ReplyCancel

  • Jill - Thank you, thank you, thank you for the video(s). I just recently realized that you have made videos of your creative process and I have very much enjoyed watching them. Also, your card is beautiful! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Pam Hollie - Thank you so much for the video. It helps beginning stampers like me to see the whole process. I love, love, love the card. The colors, the gold, everything is just beautiful. You did such a great job.ReplyCancel

  • Jenny - Very pretty card AshleyReplyCancel

  • Kim - Thanks so much for the video, love the card and all the colors you have used. I was wondering what you do to the stamps before you ink them? ThanksReplyCancel

  • Brandy - Quick question for you, what is the board you are using for your stamping? I haven’t ever seen that before. I usually just “free hand” stamp but that seems like it might be worth the investment.ReplyCancel

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