OK y'all, I was "surfing" a few days ago and came across this card that made me want that digital poinsettia image.............so I went looking for it and found it here and purchased it!!! I then proceeded to make me a print and cut file of it in black and white so that I could print it on vellum, lay clear embossing powder on it, heat set it and then color with my Tim Holtz Markers (for my lighter color I used "Spun Sugar" and for my darker, I used "Worn Lipstick") and my Clear "Wink of Stella Brush Tip Marker". I liked the poinsettia so much that I decided to use it on a Christmas card for my sister-in-law. This card does not open...I used an easel that I cut with my Sizzix eClips as my SIL likes to place cards on display in her built-in bookcase by her fireplace. I sure hope she likes it!!! Here are a couple of photos.
Here is a close-up.
For the "glitter stripes", I once again used the Silhouette "Double-sided Adhesive Sheets". I'm thinking about making another card just like this one for my other sister-in-law, but make the poinsettia red and use gold accents instead of silver . If I do that I will post some more photos. Thanks for stopping by and hurry back!!!
Finished Card Size: A2 (4.25"x5.5")
Papers: Bazzill "Smooth White", Velllum
Stamps: "Pretty Poinsettia" digital stamp by Jane Beljo
Ink: Tsukineko "VersaMark Watermark"
Tools: Silhouette "Cameo", Sizzix "eClips", Ranger "Heat It"
Accessories: Stamp-n-Stuff "Detail Clear Transparent" Embossing Powder, Silhouette "Double-sided Adhesive Sheets", Offray Ribbon, Recollections "Pearls", "Alex Brush" font, Oracal "Ultraleaf Cast" 3.5 Mil Vinyl, Recollections "Extra Fine Silver Glitter" Zig "Wink of Stella Clear Brush Tip" Marker