Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Christmas cards with Poinsettia images using Spellbinders Dies

Good Morning!  I'm here today to share a bunch of cards I have made using Layers of Color Poinsettia Frame.  This cling art stamp is compatible with Spellbinders Labels SixteenI also used
Fluer de Lis Accents.  My sentiment is from the  Happy Wishes clear art stamp set.  I noticed that I had 2 cards using this set I had never shared.  I added 3 others from previous post at the bottom.  I also realized I have not been blogging as much as I had planned and I still have more Christmas projects to share.  So I"m going to try and use the next week to blitz you with Christmas and then start posting some Valentine projects.

You can view more of my projects that I have used Spellbinders Dies on HERE.
You can view more of my Christmas themed projects HERE.

Previously posted Poinsettia Frame cards :

Thanks for stopping by!


Project Instructions
Card #1
Stamps : Layers of Color Poinsettia Frame cling art stamp and Happy Wishes art stamp set
Ink : Tsukineko Momento Tuxedo Black
Markers : Copic
Spellbinders Nestibilities Labels Sixteen and Fluer de Lis Doily Accents with the Grand Calibur
Patterned Paper : Basic Grey (red), Bo-Bunny (green), and Prima (off white)
Glitter Glue : Stickles
Buttons : white pearl - Dress It Up, glittered bird : Favorite Findings - Joanns
Ribbon : Offray

Trim off white cardstock 4 ¾ x 5 ¾”. Trim red patterned paper 4 3/8” x 4 ¼” and adhere to green patterned paper. Trim around edges of red patterned paper creating a green border.  Adhere to off white panel. Cut / emboss green patterned paper using Spellbinders Fluer de Lis  Doily border and corner accents. Adhere decorative border across panel as shown. Tie a know  in center of off white ribbon and adhere across card as shown, tucking ends under panel.  Adhere panel to front of card. Cut loop off back of off white button and adhere over knot in  center of ribbon. Stamp Poinsettia Frame on off white patterned paper and color with markers.
Stamp sentiment. Adhere to front of card. Embellish with glitter glue and glittered bird.
Card #2

Stamps : Acanthus Leaves and Touch of Elegance art stamp sets,
Poinsettia Frame cling art stamp by Layers of Color
Ink : Brilliance Pearlescent Chocolate, VersaMark, Momento
Bamboo Leaves by Tsukineko
Cardstock : Bazzill Glitter Glue : Stickles
Spellbinders : Labels Sixteen with the Grand Calibur
Sentiment : Flower Soft
Cut brown cardstock 5 ½” x 5 ½” and adhere to front of card.   Cut Cream cardstock 5 ¼” x 5 ¼” and stamp acanthus leaves in green ink. Ink edges. Stamp squares from Touch of Elegance in   brown ink and then cut diagonally to create corners. Adhere to corners, add pearls, and glitter glue. Wrap brown ribbon around center of panel vertically and adhere to back side.  Adhere panel to front of card. Stamp Acanthus Leaves with VersaMark on cream
cardstock. Then stamp Poinsettia Frame over this. Stamp Poinsettia Frame on old book paper. Cut the frane on the cream cardstock using Spellbinders Labels Sixteen and Grand Calibur and ink edges. Adhere to red cardstock and trim around edges. Color the leaves green and border circles brown. Color Poinsettia flowers on the text paper then cut around the petals. Paper piece these on top of the cream panel. Adhere panel to front of card. Layer sentiment as shown. Add brown bow.


StampDancer said...

Wow! These are beautiful!

Lovely Linda said...

Oh Melisa - you are amazing - I love the different style cards with this image - they are all beautiful! Everytime I see red, black and white I think of you - you always use these colours so beautifully together - the outcome is always stunning - what a blessing you are! Thank you Melisa for all you add to my crerative world! I {{{heart}}} you my friend!

kiwimeskreations said...

Melisa these are fabulous :-) Love the way you have varied the way you have used the frame and image with the same colours.

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh my gosh Melisa your Poinsettia cards are just stunning!!! Each so different from one another and still so beautiful! Well done!
hugs Lynn

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