Hi Everyone, last year I really wanted to get a good poinsettia die cutter in stock but couldn’t find one I really liked and that I thought would enable me to create the flowers that
Hi Everyone, last year I really wanted to get a good poinsettia die cutter in stock but couldn’t find one I really liked and that I thought would enable me to create the flowers that I had in mind. This year I have been luckier and found this lovely die set from Poppy Stamps, just what I was looking for!
I couldn’t wait to get started and made a whole bunch of flowers in different colors and materials with different decorations.
Then I started making them into Christmas cards!
Here’s the first one.
I went for a simple white on white look with a few bits of red (couldn’t quite do the whole white on white thing).
I used an embossing folder to add texture to the top half of the card and die cut stitch lines into a strip of card to cover the join between the smooth and the embossed card. For the poinsettia I cut two of the largest petal sets and one each of the smaller ones. I rolled the petals a little with a bamboo skewer to get them to bend a little and give the flower more shape and dimension. Little red pearls make the stamens in the flower and the berries on the holly.
Hope you like it, I will be posting more cards made with poinsettia’s so if you like this one why not follow us to see the rest.
All the materials used are available from our website:
- White 15cm Square blank card with envelope
- Dovecraft Premium White card stock
- Swiss Dots embossing folder
- Poinsettia die cutter
- Holly die cutter
- Basic Stitch Lines die cutter (Discontinued)
- 3mm red adhesive pearls
- Red Season’s Greetings peel off