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Sunday, 26 June 2011

Tulip Decoupage Pack

Linda and I called in at The Kraft Shop on Friday at the Gorse Hill Nursery. We treated ourselves to a Do Craft Tulip Decoupage Pack each. This pack is called 'Birthday Wishes'.

There are two copies of each of four designs in a pack, plus two each of  four different patterns background papers.  Here is what I made with one of each design.

Generally I prefer to cut my own images for decoupage and don't like the die cut ones as you get all the little tabs attached which in my opinion need cutting off and there is often a bit of a white 'halo' around the images in some places, which I also end up cutting off, making it a bit of a waste of time buying them pre-cut. However there is no option but to by them like this sometimes. Although I still had to do the trimming with this pack it wasn't too bad, the die cutting was more accurate than usual. Tidying the images with my scissors was a job to do while watching TV!

Here are the four cards I made on Friday evening, lots of 3D foam pads and double sided tape later:

Additional materials:
Card blank - Craftwork Cards
Rub-on greeting - Making Memories
Stickles glitter glue on icing.
Chalk ink - Colorbox
Other from my sash - gems and ribbon

Additional materials:
Shaped Card Blank - ? Craftwork Cards
Ribbon and beads from a child's hair decoration - Claire's Accessories
Punches - Stampin' Up
Chalk ink - Colorbox

Additional materials:
Card Blank - CraftCreations
Seam Binding Ribbon - Stampin' Up
Papers - Basic Grey Lily Kate
Chalk ink - Colorbox
Other - Gems

Additional materials:
Card Blank - Craft Creations
Chalk ink - Colorbox
Punches - Stamin' Up
Other - gems

 Thanks for looking.


  1. They worked well Lynn, will have to play with mine x

  2. These are really pretty Lynn and very different to the normal decoupage sheets I have seen....what a lot of snipping though! But well worth it..xx


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