The first glimpses of spring have started to show over the past few weeks from longer evenings and sunny spells to my favourite blooms showing their pretty heads.
Daffodils and tulips are my absolute favs and with Easter not to far away I thought I would create a card that sums up the beauty and brightness of spring with a pop out tulip card for my #BostikBloggers project this month.
Pop Out Tulip Easter Card
What you need:
Ready made blank card and envelope
Firstly take the yellow card and draw the shape of six tulip heads of the same size, then take the green card and draw four leaves and one stem for the bottom of the tulip.
Cut out each of the components and discard of the rubbish.
Take each tulip head and make a fold down the centre of each one, then take the glue stick and apply glue to one side and stick another of the heads to each side.
When they are all attached stick the flower into the top centre of the blank card.
From the bottom on the flower head stick the stem to the card. Then take the leaves and bend them slightly at the top and stick to the bottom of the stem.
Once everyone is in place then the card is complete.
* I was given a craft box from Bostik for the purpose of this review.