Sunday, September 8, 2013

Sweet Poinsettia (Poppystamp Design Team)


Greeting Fellow Crafters:

I was so excited to start using the new and totally fabulous Poppystamps dies and cling stamps. After die cutting the Dainty Corners make sure to emboss them so you get all the beautiful details the die has to offer. Line them up with the top of the new Grand Chalet Window and add six Small Blooming Poinsettia flowers. For the background paper I used Memory box Dill cardstock and finished with the Sweetest Holiday stamp.

10 comments:

  1. This is just gorgeous,great design and love the colours.xxx

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  2. Beautiful Diane. I love your layered poinsettia. x

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  3. What a pretty card. Like how you used the Dainty corner to make a window arch. I wish my brain thought like that. Your card sure caught my eye. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us.
    Linda Gibb

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  4. Beautiful card for the holidays! Love that window and the little poinsettias on it are adorable! VERY pretty.
    Lynn

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  5. Very beautiful and love the way you put the poinsiettas on the trellis part. I am so happy to see this new (to me) site and am going to look/shop right now. Thanks for the lovely idea. Ronnie

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  6. What a fabulous card Diane. Love poinsettias. Hugs from Scotland. Rita xxx

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  7. Thanks for visiting my blog and the nice comment!

    I love this card of yours. I've always adored windows and doors, paintings, photographs, diecuts....and LOVE how you adorned the window with the red poinsettias. Striking!! --Gail

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  8. Love your use of these fine dies, Diane, your poinsettias look really beautiful! Hugs, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  9. Thanks for your lovely comment on my card, and now I'm going to have a browse through some more of your lovely creations. Must check out these new stamps and dies too...I've not heard of this company before.
    Joyce xx

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Thank you for stopping by for a visit, and leaving a comment. I enjoy reading each and every one of them, and they are really appreciated. Thank you so much,
Diane

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