Mar 19, 2018

Tulip Inlay

Hello, Judy here, and welcome to another Dies R Us inspirational blog post. Today I have a fun inlay project for you using the Tutti Designs Tulip Bunch Die.

Here is my card:

And here's how I made it:

 First I die cut the image with black card stock. I love the delicate look of this die.

Next I cut just the flowers again, this time in red, and I saved the "innies". 

I adhered the black die cut onto a panel of white card stock and then inlaid the red "innies". This is so much fun, It's like fitting together a puzzle. HIGHLY recommend!!!

Then I cut four corners from the Amy Designs Tulip Frame. These I used as an embellishment along the edge of the white panel. I love the lacy effect.

And this is what it looks like put all together with a little ribbon,
some white gel pen dots, and some pearls.

These are the dies I used:

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Thanks for stopping by! I hope you like these awesome die sets as much as I do!! And do give the inlay technique a try. Take a look at some of the dies offered at Dies R Us and see what will work!
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8 comments:

  1. WOW! This is GORGEOUS! Love all your inlaid work and your choice of color is PERFECT! So smart to add the white dots ... really POPS! BEAUTIFUL design and fabulous inspiration! Thanks!

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  2. Not only do I love the inlaid tulips, but the white dots are so charming. I love this look. Lots of inspiration here.

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  3. What a stunning card! The red, black and white is both bold and beautiful!

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  4. A lot of work but how magnificent! The red POPS right off the screen! I have always loved the inlaid technique! I also love the white dots and that polka dot ribbon! This is sooooo pretty! (I guess we are all in agreement!) :)

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  5. Very pretty card. The white dots really make the red pop.

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  6. Oh, Judy, what a beautiful card. Black white and red is one of my favourite colour combos. Love your card!

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  7. the white dots on those tulips really make them pop! great color selection for this card!

    Alicia

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