Tip To Two-Step Stamping With The Flowering Tulips. The Flowing Tulips can be scary looking at all the stamps and dies. However, after watching my tip video today, I bet you will be confident to stamp the tulips and die cut the stamp image. Not only will you be convinced, but you will say, OH! my, how simple it is to do a two-set stamping with Frenchie’s method.
The stamp set is a coordinate die set, but the stamp set can be used without the die set. Today’s video is mainly stamping. I did us the outline dies but NOT the 3-d die tulips. Next week, I will have another post to share great tips for the die to build the 3-D tulips. Stay tuned for the next series with the Tulips.
Tip Video To Two-Step Stamping With The Flowering Tulips
I share tips for two-step stamping. I also share a simple fund fold with the Flowing Tulips stamp set.
Frenchie’s Tips To Labels The Tulips Stamps
In the video, I explain how to number each stamp part of the tulips. This will save you time and frustration when it comes to two-step stamping. First, I number tulips 1, 2, and 3 with the letter “L” and “D.” The letter “l” is for a light color that could also be stamped off (2nd generation), and the “D” is for dark color.
If you look closely at each tulips stamp above, you will notice the letters and numbers. I used a permanent marker to make label them. So no match. If they get missed, I know which one goes with which one. Trust me, this will take a minute or two to label, but it will save you lots of time and frustration regarding twp-step stamping.
Two-Step Stamping Chart
Here is the chart I created to share how simple it is to stamp two-tone tulips. Note that each tulip is only using ONE ink color. The smaller stamp for each tulip is stamped off. With the smaller image for each tulip, it’s is a light color you can use a different color from the first image as long that it is lighter.
Flowering Tulips Stamped Cards
Both of the cards are the same fold and design. One is in Poppy Parade and one in Calypso Coral.
These tulips are stamped with only Calypso Coral, and the leaves are with Old Olive. I did the stamp off on the small image.
Notice the board on the right-hand side of the card. I am using the medium tulip and stamp just the tip of the tulips on edge. I love how it turned out. All is shared in the video.
This one is with the Poppy Parade.
- Basic White 11 x 41/4 score at 2 3/4 and 5 ½ card base
- Scallop Circle 3″ Poppy Parade or Calypso Coral
- Flowering Feild Designer Paper 4 ⅛ x 2 ⅝
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