Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Christmas Poinsettia

Hello!! I'm here to share with you a Christmas card that I made recently. Without much ado, here it is:



I was inspired by the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch's current challenge. I made the strip of leaves with the cedar punch, which is one of my favorites :). I made the poinsettia with a flower punch and used glitter for the center.


A closer look at the poinsettia.


The sentiment is from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps "Christmas Penguins Clear Stamp Set "(Couldn't find the link now). 

I recently bought some sequins and find it looks good on most cards :)
After a long time, I had a chance to take the pictures in natural light :) The photos look good in natural light. Usually I rush and take pictures at max 30 mins before a contest ends :) Today I had plenty of time to take pics ;)

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20 comments:

  1. this is just a lovely classical christmas card, thanks for sharing at Craft Room challenge, Debi x

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  2. BRILLIANT card, awesome flower too, along with super fab colours and love the die.xx
    The Journey is the Start

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  3. Lovely Christmas card Berina. Yes the leaves punch is very good and the flower is lovely!

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  4. Beautiful in it's elegant simplicity. Praying you have a fun day filled with love and happiness. Thank you for joining our 149th challenge at Word Art Wednesday.

    Carole Robb Bisson

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  5. So pretty. Gorgeous flower. Thank you for joining us over at the Scribble and Scrap Challenge. Good luck.
    xx

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  6. a totally gorgeous card!

    thanks so much for playing along with us at CRAFT-Challenge!

    Hugs and kisses from germany, silvi xoxo

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  7. Thats such a pritty card! Thank you for joining us at Fairytale Challenge! xx Bianca

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  8. Oh, fabulous festive take on the sketch!

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