Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Christmas Poinsettia Card | Video

I've wanted to recreate this card design for some time, but had not quite figured out what stamp combo I wanted to use.  When I was going through some of my Christmas stamps though, that particular design  immediately struck me with these two stamp sets.

This pretty Christmas card is super easy to create, and a fun way to showcase a sentiment with a matching die.  Fun Stampers Journey Poinsettia Burst, and Holiday Script Stamps used.

As always, a full list of the products used in this project is at the bottom of this post.  Compensated affiliate links are used where possible, at no cost to you.  


I started out, by cutting masks - lots, and lots, of masks.  I stamped the image on sticky notes, and then trimmed out the stamped image right along the edge.  Then, I started stamping my flower.  I would stamp a flower image, then mask the image to stamp the next flower.  I stamped one more flower than I had created masks, so I did have to move one mask when I went back and stamped the greenery.

This pretty Christmas card is super easy to create, and a fun way to showcase a sentiment with a matching die.  Fun Stampers Journey Poinsettia Burst, and Holiday Script Stamps used.

Once I stamped my panel, I die cut the coordinating die from the center of the panel.  Then, I temporarily adhered the panel down, so that I could I line up the stamp with the die cut, and I stamped the sentiment in Clear Pigment Ink, onto my Whip Cream Card Base.  I removed the stamped panel, so that I could heat emboss the sentiment. and then reattached it with foam squares for a little dimension.

This pretty Christmas card is super easy to create, and a fun way to showcase a sentiment with a matching die.  Fun Stampers Journey Poinsettia Burst, and Holiday Script Stamps used.

I realized after I had attached the panel, that I had wanted to add some Sparkle Silk, that was no problem, however. I simply put the die cut portion of the panel in place while I added the Sparkle Silk, and then removed it after, so that the sentiment was still "clean".

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Supplies Used:
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Stamps: 
Poinsettia Burst SS-0524, Holiday Script Stamp & Die Bundle BD-0160

Inks:
Cranberry Bliss True Color Fusion Ink IP-0049, Peaches & Cream True Color Fusion Ink IP-0149. Fresh Forest True Color Fusion Ink IP-0013, Green Olive True Color Fusion Ink IP-0072, Clear Pigment Ink Pad IP-0102, Gold Embossing Powder IP-0101, Sparkle Silk IP-0126

Papers:
Whip Cream 8.5" x 11" Card Stock CS-0040

Tools:
Journey Platinum Machine TO-0090,  Journey Blooms Paper Trimmer TO-0039, Crease Tool TO-0040, Detail Pro Shears (4.5") TO-0063, Heat Gun TO-0083, Inkadinkado Stamp-A-Ma-Jig Stamp Positioner, Journey Colorless Blender JM-0095, Dauber Dowel - Large TO-0138

Adhesives:
Easy Glide Permanent Adhesive Runner AD-0081Journey Foam Squares - Medium AD-0085

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