Dec 3, 2016

Ornate Oval Frame with Poinsettias




Hi Everyone!  Ann here with a holiday card and some teal poinsettias which are my favorite.

These are the dies I used:




Sue Wilson Starry Night Sky (for the tiny stars)




Sue Wilson Starry Night Sky


For being such a detailed die, the Ornate Oval Frame cut out perfectly in just one swipe in  my Vagabond machine.

To make the poinsettias, I layered two of the largest size with a piece of foam tape in between to give more dimension, rounded the backs with a foam mat and stylus and then adhered a smaller flower to the top.  The leaves are made by simply adding another one of the largest flowers cut on green glitter card stock.  These poinsettias are the perfect size for the Ornate Oval.

For the finishing touches, I added some IO Fir Sprigs and some tiny stars left over from a previous card using the Sue Wilson Starry Night Sky.

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8 comments:

  1. Ann, this is absolutely stunning! The poinsettias in blue are so pretty with the sparkly greens. I totally love this beautiful card!!

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  2. BEAUTIFUL holiday creation Ann! Your poinsettias are gorgeous as is the entire design! Awesome inspiration ... thanks!

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  3. Just Beautiful, love these colors that paper compliments the dies so well, lovely framing and like your use of the left over dies from other project!!

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  4. I love that beautiful frame, so detailed and pretty! Your Poinsettias are fabulous, great colors and I adore that sparkle too!

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  5. Your card is beautiful, such a pretty, delicate frame. The poinsettias look fabulous in non-traditional colours, as does the whole card. Just gorgeous.

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  6. Ann, a beautiful card. So elegant and I love the colors of your poinsettias.

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  7. Love, love the background. Your tutorial is magnificent. Truly a work of art and beauty.
    Hugs

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