I'm diligently trying to use up old supplies and enjoying that task. For the white panel, I inked up the poinsettia, stamped it off once and lightly stamped it for a background and then gold embossed the sentiment over it. A thin strip of paper was adhered and folded around the sides. The small poinsettia was gold embossed and colored with marker and ink, then fussy cut and raised up on Dimensionals. I used a retired DSP that had a pattern that was perfect for the poinsettia theme. The paper colors use two retired reds and two greens, one retired. This card is also be linked to the Christmas Card Challenge for March - poinsettia theme. Thanks for looking! Hope you can use the sketch.
Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2017 GMT Views: 931
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Creative Crew SU Design Team Alumni
Registered: May 18, 2004 Location: Southwest Michigan Posts: 30287
Wed, Mar 08, 2017 @ 5:58 AM
Beautiful! I still have some of that gorgeous poinsettia paper and I use it carefully because I love it so much and will be very sad when it's all gone! I love the lightly stamped poinsettia on your white panel and the small popped-up poinsettia at the side. Straight into my faves
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Registered: June 29, 2004 Location: Sugar Land. Texas Posts: 64981
Wed, Mar 08, 2017 @ 8:31 AM
I am with you on depleting my piles of papers, and also using old stamps that I insist on keeping. Old things need to feel loved too, and my goodness, they still create beautiful cards. I love that you did a Christmas card, I had to join you with that theme.