The Carnaval De Rio Tulip

A tulip with very similar markings to the famous Rembrandt tulip which is known for its vibrant red flames caused by a virus, although similar in looks, is not caused by the same ailment. The Carnaval De Rio is a variety in the triumph tulip family, bred to show off it's beautiful coloring while also being a sturdy flower that can withstand cold weather without becoming flimsy.

This is a Beginner to Intermediate Course

You will find this course to be a great introduction for the beginner to the use of alcohol inks and the use of doublette crepe paper to create realistic tulip petals. For a bit more of a challenge you will find the creation of the Stamen and Anthers along with detailed coloring with watercolors to be more on the intermediate side.

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An elegance in solitude

Tulips have a way of captivating a simplistic beauty all on their own. It's easy to create an arrangement using only tulips to create an elegant yet simple look that can be carried on to many different styles. They are relatively easy to make and can be made in high quantities quit quickly and are also perfect for adding in to bouquets for any occasion imaginable.