Still in the Christmas Theme
Celebrate The Season paper pad 12x12
HCPC-3680 Sparkling Poinsettia
HCD1-766 Sparkling Poinsettia die
HCST1-401 Flower Shaping Kit
Other Products Used
Spellbinder 2012 Heirloom Ornaments Swiss Dots Embossing Folder
Frantage Shabby White Embossing Enamel, Wow embossing powder Icicle, colour box ink pad Pink Pastel,
Berrylicious, Daubers. Versa Mark, stickles
White Card and green
Cut 2 white card one 6x6 the other 6 ½ x 6 ½ , cut 2 green card one 6 ¼ x 6 ¼ the other 7x7.
emboss the 6x6 with the folder the make a aperture with the Heirloom ornament place in centre of card and run through your die cutting machine.
I then put 2 dies together one smaller than the other one run through die cutting machine to make a frame,
then placed over the front of the aperture. Place a topper from the paper pad behind the aperture and adhere to back.
Put a bit of ribbon on top of the cut out to make it look like its hanging. Then mount onto green card, then onto white and on to green.
Stamp your Poinsettia stamp with versa Mark and heat emboss with powder when cool colour in using Pink Pastel ink pad
and Berrylicious in the centre for a darker look, using the die place on top of stamped image and run through your cutting machine
Then shape your flowers.
Alternate the flower as you layer them up, when all glued add the Frantage on to top and heat set from underneath,
Place Poinsettia on the side of aperture so you can see the printed paper add ribbon to top and finish of with stickles.
How to Shape Flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Thank you for popping in today do check out the other great designers on Heartfelt Creations
Much love as always
Just seen your beautiful creation on Heartfelt Creations....I just love the elegance of it.
Love Sheila xx
Beautiful Christmas card Martine.ReplyDelete
Stunning Martine, gorgeous design.ReplyDelete
What a beauty. So very elegant!ReplyDelete
Morning Martine, such a beautiful creation, very elegantReplyDelete
Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx
Hi, elegant and traditional...well done Martine inky hugsReplyDelete
Wow! You are super creative! I love how you created the ornament!ReplyDelete
This is really pretty Martine!ReplyDelete