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Thursday, May 26, 2022

Creative Card-iology Team May “Scrapbooking” Blog Hop

This month's theme is to create a "Scrapbook Page"
using any current products.
For this project I choose the 
157685 - $126.75
which contain
Flowering Tulips Bundle
Tulip Fields Bundle
Evening Evergreen " Windowpane Check Ribbon
Brushed Brass Butterflies
Flowering Fields 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper 
Click Here to place an order or visit my website


Flowering Tulips Bundle - 157678
    Flowering Tulips Stamp Set - 157672
    Tulips Dies - 157677
Tulips Fields Bundle - 157684
    Tulip Fields Stamp Set - 157682
    Windmill Fields Dies - 157683
Brushed Brass Butterflies - 158136
Flowering Fields 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper (DSP) - 157670
Basic White 12" x 12"Cardstock (CS) - 159231
Basic White 8" x 11"Cardstock - 159276
Poppy Parade Cardstock - 119793
Petal Pink Cardstock - 146985
Pear Pizazz Cardstock - 131201
Basic Black Cardstock - 121045
Evening Evergreen Ink - 155574
Pear Pizazz Ink - 147104
Stampin Blends
    Petal Pink - 154893
    Poppy Parade - 153112
Stampin' Seal - 152813 
Mini Stampin' Dimensionals - 144108
Paper Snips – 103579 
Take Your Pick Tool – 144107 
Bone Folder –102300 
Paper Trimmer –152392
Simple Shammy –147042 
Silicone Craft Sheet –127853
Stampin' Pierce Mat - 126199
Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine - 149653

In this tutorial the name Seal is referring to the use of the Stampin' Seal Adhesive
Page 1
  • Start with the Polka Dot paper from the Flowering Fields 12" x 12" DSP
  • Cut the Tulip paper to 8⅛" x 10" and adhere to the Polka Dot DSP
  • Cut Poppy Parade 4¼" x 6¼" (need 2)
  • Cut Basic White 4" x 6" (need 2) or add pictures
  • Adhere both Poppy Parade pieces and adhere to the Tulip DSP
  • Cut Basic White 1½" x 1½" (need 7)
  • Adhere the pointed corners up, down the left side overlapping them
  • Die cut a variety of tulips using the Flowering Tulip Dies
  • Adhere one to each of the pointed squares
  • Stamp the large and small leaves and stem on Pear Pizazz with Pear Pizazz ink, then using the Tulip Dies, run them thru the Stampin' Cut and Emboss Machine
  • Make another Tulip then adhere to the right side
  • To add a little touch add some of the Brushed Brass Butterflies 

Page 2
  • Start with the Polka Dot paper from the Flowering Fields 12" x 12" DSP
  • Cut 2" of the bottom of the Tulip paper making it 12"  x 10"
  • Adhere the Tulip paper to the Polka Dot paper
  • Cut Poppy Parade 2¼" x 8"
  • Cut Basic White 2" x 7¾"
  • Adhere this Poppy Parade piece near the top for a Title
  • Cut Poppy Parade 4½" x 3½" (need 3)
  • Cut Basic White 4¼" x 3¼" (need 3) or add pictures
  • Adhere all 3 Poppy Parade pieces and adhere to the Tulip DSP
  • Stamp the tree from the Tulip Field Stamp Set, then using the tree die from the Windmill Field Dies (need 2)
  • Add dimensionals to the back of the trees and adhere at the bottom between the 3 pictures
  • Using Basic Black CS, die cut 2 fence pieces from the Windmill Field Dies
  • Adhere over the trunk of the trees
  • Cut a piece of Basic White 1¾" x 11"
  • Using the long die of Tulips, die cut half of the 11" strip, line it up again and run again thru the Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine
  •  Use dimensional and adhere to the bottom of the page
  • Cut a piece of ribbon 14" and adhere over the seam of DSP
  • To add a little touch add some of the Brushed Brass Butterflies

    Here are the completed two page spread

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Diana Buckingham (You are here)



  1. i absolutely Love this page layout. I think i may have to use this one for one of my scrapbooking classes Great layout!

    1. Thank you Bonnie! I'm flatted that you might CASE my layout. Love all your crafting cards and projects!

  2. Really beautiful layout Diana! I especially love the delicate row of tulips along the bottom of page 2. Thanks so much for the step by step instructions!

    1. I enjoyed this challenge. It started as a real challenge, then it just started to go together. I'm working to add my pictures to the layout.

  3. Wow awesome! Lots of work, beautiful dsp!

    1. Thank You! I love that paper. I have added some pictures, but still need to find 2 more that will fit, then I will post it again