Wednesday, 19 November 2014

A Poinsettia Christmas Card

Hi everyone how are you today? I hope your Wednesday is going well.
I have another Christmas card to show you today. It was fairly simple to put together - the most fiddly thing was making the flowers.

Here it is:

The main base of the card was a folded piece of white card stock, then I placed a piece of scarlet Kaisercraft weave card stock on the top. Then another layer of white card stock that was pierced around the edge.

Then I cut a piece of white card stock which I embossed with the Sue Wilson A4 Snowlake Lattice embossing folder. Then adhered this to the white pierced layer.

On the right of the card I added a medallion made from white card tsock which I stamped with a memento Tuxedo Black ink pad and a Just Rite stamp.

Then die cut it using the Sue Wilson Austrian Collection Salzburg die.

I made two of the largest poinsettia flowers from the Sue Wilson Classic and Filigree dies. I cut the base in the red card stock and the filigree layer in white.

Under the flowers I added a couple of Holly sprays in white card stock.
I used a pearl Deco paint pen on the berries on the sprays.

In the corners of the card I added some red and gold peel off circles from Elizabeth Craft Designs.

These are the main ingredients I used to make my card:

Thanks for stopping by today to read my post. I hope you liked today's card

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