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So Suzy Tulip Background

Hi Everyone,

to day we have a special feature at So Suzy Stamps - the wonderful Tulip Background stamp!
Such an intricate stamp and full of possibilities, as you will see from all the fabulous cards the DT girls created!

I myself made two cards out of one background.

My stamp supplies:

I started out heat embossing the background in white onto water color paper.

Sprinkled Bushos on it and spritzed with water:

That's how it looked like:

Move the color around with a brush and let it dry.

Stamped again in black onto white card stock: 

Lined up both panels and die cut a circle - you want to make sure the pattern lines up, otherwise it looks funny....

And that's what you get: 

Backed up the water colored parts with fun foam and mounted them onto card stock

Adding the heat embossed sentiments and some enamel dots.

Now have fun creating your own background cards! 
But don't forget to check out all the other wonderful creations and leave some love behind ;)

Happy Stamping!


!neke said…
Great idee Cornelia !!!! Beautiful cards !
I have a background stamp that wil give the same effect !!!!!
I am going to try this !
Flo said…
Oh klasse!!!: zwei Karten aus/in ein und demselben Grundmotiv. Das ist ja DER Hit, da kann man schnell mal zwei verschiedene Karten fertigstellen.
Deine Farbverläufe sind immer wunderbar.
Liebe Grüße
Great technique! You made it so colorful! Great card. Love having 2 cards from one stamped sheet.
Janis said…
Love the technique!
conil said…
Perfect spotlight effects on both cards. Two in one panel...another example of your amazing brilliance.
papierelle said…
Scrolle ständig hoch und runter und überlege, welche Variante mir besser gefällt, kann mich aber nicht entscheiden, beide sehen super aus und Deine Idee ist mal wieder super!!
Kim Heggins said…
These are in love with your wonderful background!
Anita in France said…
A fabulous twofer, Cornelia ... gorgeous background, brilliant designs! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
Ooh I love this BG stamp
and you did it so great
Love the idea with two cards one in colorfull and one in black n white plus colorful Circle
cool sentiment in black and white and
I really adore this stamp Cornelia
Great post!

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