Monday, November 19, 2018

Poinsettia Joy & Poinsettia Merry Christmas


First I would like to thank my new followers, and welcome to my blog.  I thought I would try edging the first card using a punch and the second using the Card Deco frame.   I messed up on the size of the paper to be punched, of course that was after I was done and noticed the punch did not line up correctly.

Materials:
Elizabeth Craft - 1226 Garden Notes Small Poinsettia
Find It Trading - Card Deco Frame Card Fantasy scallop A5
Impression Obsession Joy
Martha Stewart - Eyelet Lace Punch around the page
Poppy Stamps - Small Blooming Poinsettia, Pine Sprigs
Nuvo Crystal Drops- Red


Materials:
Card Deco - Frame Card Fantasy Scallop A5
Poppy Stamps Blooming Poinsettia, Small Blooming Poinsettia, Climbing Vine & Vintage Merry Christmas
Nuvo Crystal Drops- Red

24 comments:

  1. Hi there Diane, I love both your cards, they
    are so pretty and very elegant. Thanks for
    stopping by my blog, much appreciated.
    Hugs Jennifer xx.

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  2. Both cards are absolutely gorgeous. Love the pretty punch and gorgeous flowers.
    Hugs
    Gina xx

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  3. These are really beautiful creations Diane! Love the texture of your flowers!! HUGS

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  4. These are so beautiful Diane - I love poinsettias - Michelle x

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  5. They're beautiful!! Love the poinsettias and the scalloped edges on the frames. So pretty.
    Lynn

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  6. The both cards are beautiful and do so love the edge punching and only because you mentioned about the sizing etc did I notice. The poinsettias are so pretty and stunning cards, both of them x.

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  7. This is beautiful Diane, so pretty.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  8. Two really lovely creations, great shape of card for both of them and to be honest if you hadn't said I would not have noticed the first frame one.
    Super dies too.

    Kath x

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  9. Two beautiful cards Diane. Love the Poinsettias and the colours are so pretty. Gorgeous designs. Hugs, Carol S.xx

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  10. Both cards are great!
    I'm with the others, I wouldn't have noticed the edge!

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  11. Oh, Diane, what spectacular cards! I love the designs of the card bases and the awesome poinsettias! I love your cards, Diane! You create gorgeous cards with die cuts!

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  12. Both cards are so pretty, Diane, the Poinsettia are beautifully done. Enjoy your day, my friend.
    Amalia
    xo

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  13. These are wonderful and I wouldn't have noticed your mismatched corner had you not said!!

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  14. Your poinsettias are stunning backed by the holly and the pine!! Two gorgeous designs, Diane!

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  15. I love both of your gorgeous cards Diane, I very seldom used border punches for that reason, I never get them right, but I wouldn't have noticed if you hadn't mentioned it. Love the colours of the blooms and your designs, Kate x

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  16. 2 Beautiful cards,Diane.Love the wunderful poinsettias and the golden sentiment.

    Gr,Sylvia.

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  17. 2 lovely cards,i love poinnsettias

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  18. they are both beautiful, love the shaping of the flowers!

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  19. Such beautiful cards, love the pink poinsettias. Emmax

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  20. These are so pretty, Diane! Little works of art! Love the lacy border.

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  21. Diane!!! O my goodness, you have no idea just how happy I am visiting your blog and seeing you blogging!!! These cards are both marvelous! (I couldn't even tell the edging bit until you mentioned it). I absolutely adore the poinsettias and the pink one is stealing my heart! Hugs to you sweet friend, I'm so happy you are blogging again!

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  22. Diane, I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Hugs!

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  23. Both gorgeous cards Diane and love the beautiful poinsettias-as everyone said I wouldn't have noticed the border either-it's only because you knew!
    Carol x

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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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