Saturday, April 27, 2019

Timeless Tulips

Tulips bring such bright pops of color when the weather just begins to shift from the long cold winter to peeks of warmer weather to come.

The new Darkroom Door Timeless Tulips stamp gave me a chance to create a bit of spring while we are still seeing snow!

I was lucky enough to receive this stamp from Darkroom Door to play with and design a few different views of the tulips. 

I mixed them up with a few other stamps from Darkroom Door. 
I used Seth Apter's Vintage Beeswax to give a antique coat of wax over the stamped image.

I splattered and painted with distress inks over the stamped image.

I stamped the tulips and cut them out after embossing with the Vintage Beeswax.  I created a simpler collage with the french script and a lovely sentiment.

And I layered the flowers and colored with a hint of watercolor. 

I hope this brings a little spring to your Saturday!


Darkroom Door - Timeless Tulips 
Darkroom Door - Butterfly Garden
Darkroom Door - Sentiments Stamps - Sympathy
Ranger Distress Inks - Picked Raspberry
Ranger Archival Inks - Blue Violet, Jet Black,
Seth Apter Vintage Beeswax Embossing Powder
Watercolor Pencils
White Gel Pen
Copic Alcohol Marker
Versamark Watermark Ink


  1. I love them all and admire the loose, casual (and vintage, of course) design. The beeswax product is interesting--thanks for sharing.

  2. I always loved your skill to create different project with the same stamp! these works are all fantastic, especially I love your use of Beeswax, fantastic! Barbara


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