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poppystamps Stitched Poinsettia, Botanical Frame and more!

Pam Sparks Stitched Poinsettia Botanical

Hi everyone!  I wanted to show you this beautiful poppystamps Stitched Poinsettia Trio die, Holly Leaf Branch die, Merry Christmas Script die and Botanical Frame dieI love all of them and how elegant they look in Christmas colors!

Basic die-cutting and gluing up here. I die cut the Botanical Frame in gold and green card-stock, pieced them together, put tape on the back, laid the little pieces in.  I like to leave the little pieces in the die and use the Quickstik to put them in place. Another tool I’m liking these days is the Marvy Jewel Picker. Unless they stay in the cut, if they do, you can lay them over the top of where you want them and push them into place.

Die cut and glue the Poinsettia Trio layers together. Glue on three small Pretty Pink Posh Gold Sequins. Die cut the holly and stick it in.

Die cut Merry Christmas in Silver card-stock…adhere with dots of glue on the wider areas… an easy one to glue up!  yay!

I’m a Tombow Mono Multi glue girl! lol

This card ended up a little larger than A2 size but will still fit in an A6 or 7 envelope, can’t remember at the moment.  But card-makers have all sizes of envelopes, right?! lol It’ll still mail with the forever postage stamp.

Linking to…

Happy Little Stampers Challenge – Anything Goes With Dies

Christmas Card Challenges – Anything Goes

Merry Monday Christmas in the Summer link up

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – Add Some Texture (textured card-stock)

Thanks for stopping by today! Always so fun to hear from you…I appreciate your comments and friendship so much!  ttul!

27 thoughts on “poppystamps Stitched Poinsettia, Botanical Frame and more!

  1. Christmas in July…LOVE it! That stitched poinsettia is just GORGEOUS!!! I tried to win some poppy products on their new release; but, no such luck with all my commenting. There’s so many that I would LOVE to own!!! The botanical frame is STUNNING in gold.
    So very nicely done Pam!

  2. Awesome – love the poinsettia – and how you did gold and silver -goes so well with the red. I’m using my Tombow Mono more and more. Going to organize my dies today – HELP – how do you have yours organized?

  3. Wowzers, what a beauty! Love the mix of pretty shiny colors, and that frame die is on my wish list for sure!!! Great job, as always, my friend! Hmmm….can’t wait to read your reply on Shirley’s comment! Hugs…

  4. By the way….thought I’d share that my house is smelling of the holidays! I’m doing a ‘Christmas in July’ class tomorrow, and am baking Christmas sugar cookies 🙂

  5. Gorgeous card. Can’t wait for Christmas to arrive and be out of our 100 degree weather. Love that Botanical Frame Die. So pretty in gold. It’s a real winner. Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  6. Oh, my gosh, love that stitched poinsettia and botanical frame! Cute how you put the sequins in the flower center, which keeps it very mail-able. The traditional colors are beautiful. Wow!

  7. Beautiful card! Wow, love the precious stitched poinsettia, and all those colors are just so scrumptious together!

  8. Pam you sure hit the WOW factor on this card; it is just beautiful. The stitched poinsettia looks so rich and velvety against the rich green and gold background. You nailed this one! Thanks for sharing Pam, beautiful work!

  9. Beautiful Pam! I always love how you use the gold and silver on your cards, very elegant. Thanks for the little tips too, good to know when you’re using the intricate dies with all the little pieces. And that Marvy picker might be a better alternative for me.

  10. I’m glad you shared your card with us – it’s very pretty – love the gold and that die is awesome! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Christmas Card Challenges.

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