Greetings everyone. Today I have a card I made with Fred She Said's Christmas Poinsettia Lantern. Isn't this so pretty and vintage looking. The image has been layered four times. I just had to make a Spellbinders Poinsettia to go with it. I also used the Spellbinders Holly Accent dies for the trim around the scalloped circle and the bottom die cut. I also used another Martha Stewart border punch that has been sitting in my drawer. I am on a mission to use some of my older things-just because I want to challenge myself....lol
I am in love with this Spellbinders Poinsettia die. I could make a gazillion of them. I just love the way they look. I think they look even better than my Prima's that I have tucked away...lol
Thanks for taking a peek today. Hope you have a wonderful crafting weekend!
Date: Friday, November 18, 2011 GMT Views: 696
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Sat, Nov 19, 2011 @ 6:40 PM
I should have gotten the spellbinder poinsettia rather than the one I have. They are beautiful and I'm sure much easier to make than the one I have. You have created a most exquisite scene with your talent Carol. I'm always just in awe. You showcase Fred She Said images to the hilt!! I'll have to go look on the site when I can. I keep meaning to. Keep up the good work!
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Sun, Nov 20, 2011 @ 6:41 PM
Carol, this is so beautiful! I love the lantern and the flowers and your yellow support panel is the perfect back drop for the image - looks like it is glowing. I love how you make every image look so gorgeous - it is like it is on a stage! Such a delightful card! I hope your weekend was wonderful - hugz!!!
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