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Memory Box Poinsettia Watercolor Floral and Curled Script Video…

Hi everyone!  Look at these beautiful NEW dies!  I love the Curled Script dies and I have a video below to show you how I’m using them… WITHOUT GLUE!

This poinsettia!  SO GORGEOUS!  Memory Box illustrator Dave designs the most beautiful florals all year but I’m always so happy to see the NEW poinsettias every year! I LOVE this one too!

I kept my card clean and white so the designs would pop! White is so ‘Winter’! lol  For us that live in snow country anyway! lol

Again I used the envelope cover picture to put the poinsettia together.  It looks hard!  I even thought, oh, this looks hard!  IT IS NOT HARD AT ALL!  Yay!  I meant to show this in the video but I forgot. ugh

Just lay the largest piece on the envelope cover and layer up with a bit of glue and boom! it’s done!

LOOK at the detail!

Yes I sharpened the photo but it’s so much more beautiful in person!

The holly die… oh yes!  It’s NEW from poppystamps!  It’s called Layered Holly Branch… this die is going to be a staple in the stash! I love it!  I love holly anyway. lol  Tim and I got married in December and we had holly on all the pews and in the floral arrangements… oh, it was pretty and timeless!

I have to tell you….I have turned over a new leaf this year so to speak.  I’m am so bad about not finishing the inside of the card and stamping my name on the back.  So when it’s time to send, I’m hurrying to get cards in the mail… well, so far this year with Christmas cards, I have stamped the inside and my name on the back!  I’m shocking myself! lol  Kinda late for New Year resolutions. hoho

A2 size card…

ok – here’s my video on adhering this type of die…email me if you have any questions. Click on it to see it large.

Thank you so much for coming to see my card.  I hope you’ll try this method and let me know how it goes!


Links to Dies and Supplies I used on my card today…

Memory Box – 94676 Poinsettia…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94700 Keep Christmas…
[ STR | SSS ]
Poppystamps – 2537 Layered Holly…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – CL5283 Sweet Christmas…
[ STR | SSS ]
Scor-Tape; Scor Tape
[ STR | SSS | SSS ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]
Memory Box – SP1001 Berry Red 6×6 pack
[ STR | SSS ]
Hammermill WHITE 100 LB SMOOTH…
[ SSS ]
Bazzill Foil Cardstock – Gold 12×12
[ STR ]

10 thoughts on “Memory Box Poinsettia Watercolor Floral and Curled Script Video…

  1. Beautiful card. Love the video-I hate getting glue all over everything. I have score tape-but I can see I need the wide strips!!! Thanks for the tips!!

  2. Genius! I’ve always disliked putting the “fine” amounts of adhesive to the backs of the intricate dies, hoping the adhesive doesn’t show. And then countless tedious hours exchanging the negative pieces and the positive pieces, in two different colors, and adhering them with the “fine” amount of adhesive. No more, thanks to you!

  3. Wow, this card is stunning Pam! I love your sentiment and the poinsettia, and your layout is beautiful. Enjoyed your video, tfs, great tips!

  4. That really is a gorgeous poinsettia die, and love the holly as much. I’m beginning to feel that die cuts are the way to go for Christmas cards. This one is so beautiful. Your way of inlaying the skinny sentiment is the best way as long as you think ahead of time and are working with a layer. I’m definitely going to follow your lead. I love how much you enjoy making Christmas cards with your new goodies!

  5. So pretty! I loved watching you create this one! Thanks for the ideas – I’d have gone after this bass-ackwards!!! Lol… Thanks for the video, and congrats on your inside and back progress – looks amazing!!!

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