Poinsettia Bouquet

Hi, crafty friends! Hope you’re having a great week! It’s TaeEun here today with a holiday card featuring our new Poinsettia Bouquet stamp set from the Fall 2021 Release! Have you checked out the new release with tons of awesome holiday items? 

For today’s card I picked the gorgeous Poinsettia Bouquet. It’s a huge outline floral image which is a dream to color! 

I white heat embossed the Poinsettia Bouquet on a watercolor paper panel and colored it using Color Burst powder and other watercolors. For the large poinsettia I used Cerulean Blue and Orchid Color Burst. Instead of a detailed coloring I did let the colors flow in the water that I applied first. After the panel was dry I die cut the image using the coordinating die. 

I ink blended the cardbase in Iris Blooms and Cali Blue, as I didn’t like the contrast when I placed the image on the white cardbase. I splattered white ink on the cardbase and foam mounted the Poinsettia Bouquet on it. 

The sentiment from the Ribbons Holiday set was stamped in Violet Fringe and heat embossed in gold, cut with the coordinating die and added to the card using foam tape, after I stamped “HAPPY” also in Violet Fringe. Using the Ribbons Holiday set you get five holiday sentiments with one working process so that you have some of them ready in your stash! 

I scattered Glass Slippers sequins here and there and the card was finished! 

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed looking my card 🙂 !

Have a wonderful day!

TaeEun

2 thoughts on “Poinsettia Bouquet

  1. Pati L says:

    Beautiful! I Love the color blend from the Color Burst Powders! Thanks for the inspiration, and reminder, to play with my Powdered inks!!

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