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Pink Poinsettia

  Hello! This week, the Stampendous team has been having a Poinsettia Party! I decided to work with the new Poinsettia Parts Perfectly Clear stamp set.

I stamped the poinsettia outline with VersaFine ink on to Smooth Bristol Paper and I colored it with Zig Clean Color Markers. I fussy cut it out and then decided to stamp the flower again to use some of the petals as leaves.

Then I decided to break out one of my all-time favorite stencils, the Houndstooth. I applied VersaMark ink with a sponge dauber, making sure to not apply it perfectly even, and then I applied Vintage Plum Sparkly Embossing Powder and heat set it. I like that's it is just a little messy and worn looking against the super clean and graphic poinsettia. I added a few clear sequins and a simple sentiment from the Deck Your Home Perfectly Clear Stamp Set. I also inked the edges of my card base to add just a bit more pink.

That's it for me today. Tomorrow, I'll be at a Scrapbook Expo in NJ and I cannot wait! Hopefully I'll come home with some fabulous new goodies. Plus, I'll get to meet up with my teamie Kathi! Please be sure to visit the Stampendous Blog to see more great poinsettia projects. Hopefully I'll get to share some pics from the Expo soon. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Linda BL said…
Love the houndstooth and the poinsettia! Your great coloring adds a modern twist to the poinsettia.
BethW said…
Wow-I really really like this card. Love the coloring and embossed background.
Great job and thank you for the tutorial.
Becca Yahrling said…
This is sooo pretty!! I love the fun details in the leaves; this is a great stamp! I always try to buy a red, pink & white Poinsettia at Christmas. The pink is always my favorite (if I can find one!).
sharon g said…
What a cool look. I have enjoyed the pink and aqua 50s look that has come out for Christmas lately---yours is similar. I LOVE it
cghundley said…
Love the stamping
inside the petals
and the background
stenciling. Lovely
card.
Carla from Utah
FeM said…
Wow your coloring is amazing.
FeM said…
Wow amazing creation with this awesome set.
Denise Bryant said…
Awesome design and colors on your pretty card!
Tracey Magner said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE This is one of my favorite cards, I love the pink colors, gorgeous!! love how you used the petals to make leaves and the stenciling is so cool that is also one of my favorite patterns. AWESOME card!!
Anne Temple said…
This is such a fun card and a great take on the traditional poinsettia. Love it.
Tee said…
Love the design and detail of the pretty poinsettia, and the cool stencil you used- lovely card!
Sue D said…
How fun--I like the colors and patterns.
McStamper said…
Love your ideas. Beautiful pink poinsettia.
Mary Holshouser said…
Love the different designs on the leaves.
Great card.
thanks for sharing
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Illoinois
This is so fun to color and how fun in PINK!!!! LOVE it!
FD91354 said…
Beautiful card. I love this 'color it up' poinsettia!

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