Wednesday, December 9, 2015

White and vellum poinsettia card

Hi everyone! I have a Christmas card to share -this card uses the amazing and lovely Poinsettia Steel Rule die!  Be still my heart.
 To make my flower, I die cut both whip cream cardstock and vellum and alternated them, 1 for each size.  Before gluing together, I took the Journey Gold Marker and outlined one side of each petal on the white flowers.  I think that just gives it a more elegant feel.

The bottom part of the card was made by heat embossing the Knitted Houndstooth background stamp with white powder.  And I embossed vellum with the Striped Love BG stamp for one of the strips below the flower.  Pretty huh?!?  I love embossing on vellum!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!
All supplies are Fun Stampers Journey       
Stamps, punches and dies:      
Knitted Houndstooth Background Stamp SS-0235
Striped Love Background Stamp SS-0181
Poinsettia Steel Rule Die SR-0013
Cardstock and Inks:
Whip Cream Cardstock CS-0040
Oatmeal Cookie Cardstock CS-0023 
Buttercream Cardstock CS-0006 
Designer Vellum Prints PP-0008 
Clear Pigment Ink IP-0102 
Accessories:  
Journey Gold Marker IP-0103
Oatmeal Cookie Satin Ribbon AC-0138
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8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous poinsettia!! And the gold does add the perfect touch!

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  2. Wow, Michelle...just a beautiful poinsettia card.

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  3. This is so gorgeous. Love how the gold on one side of the petals make them pop. TFS

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  4. Ohhh this is stunning! Your work is always so gorgeous! I just had to write on all 3 places where I've seen your card!!!

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous. Love the vellum layers and the edges with the gold marker so pretty. The houndstooth embossed in white is so perfect behind the flower, just gorgeous.

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  6. Lovely and elegant. So much attention to detail.

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