29 November 2010

Poinsettia Card

I love the way this card turned out!! The Poinsettia is a Penny Duncan cut file (available for free from her blog) and I cut it out with my Cricut, sprayed it with Glimmer Mist and assembled the flower and it sat on my shelf for a month! I just had to get a vision, LOL. I wanted to make a simple but elegant card and I think this fits the bill. I used Kraft paper as the card base, cut A2 size. Then a layer of white shimmer paper and a a layer of red paper with some texture. The fancy mat is the Fleur De Lis mat from SCAL-E Files Blog (also free) and the sentiment mat is from Spellbinders fancy Tags set. A small gold ribbon and Merry Christmas sentiment finishes off the card, oh yea, and I added Stickles, I am loving my Stickles! (I have a whole Sand Bucket full of Stickles!) Merry Christmas Everyone! (I love to say that, this is my favorite time fo the year!!)
Links:
Penny Duncan Creations
SCAL-E Files

5 comments:

Zoey and the furballs (the Zoo Crew) said...

Gorgeous!

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@Anonymous
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Celeste B. said...

Beautiful!!! I love it, TFS! :)

Anonymous said...

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