Thursday, March 12, 2020

Tulips Side Step Card

Hello & Happy Thursday!

My hubby went back to work today even though he still has not passed that stone.
He's not had any pain the last 2 days and felt good enough to go back.
I honestly think he was getting bored being home!

It's to be a cloudy day with rain coming this evening.
Not sure what is on my agenda.
I may start painting my kitchen or I may go do some craft therapy which I am in major need of!
I stamped yesterday afternoon but it wasn't long enough! LOL

Today I have a pretty cool card to share.
This one is made using a bought package of cardstock that was already cut & scored. 
All I had to do was decorate it.
These are called Side Step Cards.
Ever hear of them?

On the last picture you can see the steps which I covered with the SaleABration Coordinate paper called Pleased As Punch.
It is quite pretty in these spring colors that just make you smile!
I also used a new stamp set w coordinating punch called Timeless Tulips.
It makes the nicest tulips, ever!
I love tulips but daffodils are probably my favorite spring flower.

Card Details:

Stamps: Timeless Tulips, Easter's Promise
Ink: Granny Apple Green, Daffodil Delight, Petal Pink, Highland Heather
Cardstock: Side Step Template Cardstock, Whisper White, Highland Heather, Pleased As Punch DSP (SAB Coordinates)
Accessories: Circle Layering Framelits, Tulip Builder Punch, Daffodil Delight Enamel Dot, Purple Gingham Ribbon, Glue Dot, Mini Dimensionals, Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue

I was very pleased with how this turned out!
Did I mention that this stamp set is a Distinktive set?!
I love those stamps!

My thoughts today...

Thanks for stopping by & have a wonderful day!


LeAnne said...

Very pretty, Wendy! I need some bright colors right's gray, gray, gray here! Hope Shawn feels better soon, if you know what I mean!

Carol L said...

This is so pretty with those refreshing spring colors and tulips! My tulips have popped out of the ground already about a good 6 inches, and I can't wait to see them bloom! I've heard of step cards but never tried to make one - this is beautiful!! So sorry that stone is still making life miserable for your hubby - I'm all too familiar with that!

Vicki Burdick said...

Love this, I have never seen premade cards like this, that is awesome!!

JD/ Jill said...

Your Easter cards are lovely.
I'm saying prayers for your hubby. I only ever had one kidney stone...and it was years ago. But the pain is something you NEVER forget. Hope he is feeling better.