Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Poinsettia Card with Glossy Accents

Hello!  I am sharing a Christmas card today that goes with several challenges.  I love it when all of these help me finish a card fast.

I stamped the poinsettia and did some very simple coloring with alcohol markers.  I then applied a thick coat of glossy accents and let it dry before fussy cutting.  


I then used a sketch to create my layout, and used other stamps from the set to do some background foliage and then sentiment.  I also edged the white panel with blue ink.  I think you don't notice this detail on the card, but I think it looked unfinished without it!


Supplies: October Afternoon Boughs and Berries stamp set, Memento and Versafine Black inks, Hero Arts Soft Pool shadow ink, Spectrum Noir alcohol markers, Ranger Glossy Accents, American Crafts Let it Snow paper pad, Gina K Designs Christmas Pine cardstock.


I would LOVE to participate in the following challenges:
Rudolph Days February
Merry Monday Shimmer and Sparkle
Tuesday Morning Sketches #392
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge


Thank you so much for your visit today!!  I hope you have time for stamping today!

20 comments:

  1. Very pretty Christmas card. Thank you for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

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  2. A very lovely embellishment made with the Glossy Accents. Whomever receives this card will think you very tricky indeed.

    Don't change the font color on my account. I am the least observant person!!! The reason I didn't get the "Great Impressions" stamp brand is because I didn't know it existed. Looks like I have some stamp browsing to do.

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  3. Lovely card, Heidi. Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday.

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  4. Stunning card. Thank you very much for joining our challenge at Craftyhazlnut's Patterned Paper Challenges.
    Hugs, Iwona

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  5. Your poinsettia is so pretty! Really love that glossy shine and what colorful and beautiful papers you've chosen to go with your design!

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  6. Just love your glossy poinsettia, Heidi! Perfect with the colorful lattice behind!!

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  7. A beautiful project. I love the striking poinsettia!! Thank you for sharing at Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper. Rebecca x

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  8. Hi Heidi, a wonderful card for your stash, love the ornament background and WOW does the Poinsettia Sparkle with the glossy accents on it. Happy Rudolph Day, have a wonderful week... Megan

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  9. This turned out so pretty with that gorgeous poinsettia and all of that fabulous designer paper! I love the whole thing!!

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  10. Love the glossy accents. I would never have thought to cut after the glossy accents were dry. I didn't think you could cut through it. You taught me something yet again.

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  11. WOW the poinsettia looks absolutely gorgeous
    Thank you so much for joining us at the Rudolph Days Challenge!
    Rudolph Days Challenge DT
    Dr Sonia

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  12. Wow! That is one glossy flower. You got the gloss on so flawlessly!

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  13. This is so pretty and I love the use of the glossy accents.

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  14. Lovely background paper, and such a pretty poinsettia to complement it. I really like the glossy accent. I've not ever tried something like that. I will have to google it. pjs-projects.blogspot.com

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  15. so pretty, the glossy accents is so pretty on the flower

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  16. Great card! The shaped poinsettia with the glossy accents added to it, looks very festive.
    You did a good job with the sketch too.

    Thanks for taking part in the Feb. Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  17. So pretty! I love your glossy poinsettia!!
    Thanks for playing along at Tuesday Morning Sketches!!
    Debbie
    Debbie's Dash of This and That

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  18. The poinsettia looks lovely with glossy accents, and I really like your background paper.

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  19. Wonderful card, your poinsettia is so pretty. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

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