Good Wednesday morning. I have a pretty die cut poinsettia and holly Christmas card to share with you today using the Rubbernecker Stamps Poinsettia #1, Holly, Berries, Greenery and Nested Circle Scallop w/ Holes. I love the bright red and green arrangement layered on the decorative white layer.
- Cut the poinsettia using red cardstock.
- Cut the largest poinsettia out using green cardstock.
- Cut the tiny flowers using yellow cardstock.
- Lay the flower sections face down on the molding pad and push down and roll each petal using the large round stylus.
- Lay the flower sections face up on the molding pad and push down in the center using a smaller tipped stylus to push all the petals up.
- Attach the sections together using glossy accents offsetting each layer to form a natural looking flower.
- Form the tiny flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
- Attach the tiny flowers in the poinsettia center using glossy accents.
The Berries, Holly and Greenery
- Cut sections of holly using green cardstock and the berry section using red cardstock.
- Apply glossy accents to the berry base of the holly and attach the red berries.
- Gently form and shape the holly leaves with your fingers to add dimension.
- Cut the berry branches using green cardstock and the berry section using red cardstock.
- Apply glossy accents to the berry base on the branch to attach the berries.
- Cut the greenery using green cardstock.
The Poinsettia Arrangement
- Cut the scalloped layer using white cardstock and attach to the card base using mounting tape.
- Attach the poinsettia to the card base using glossy accents.
- Tuck the holly sections under the poinsettia leaves and attach using glossy accents.
- Tuck the berry branches under the poinsettia and attach using glossy accents.
I had a great time working with Rubbernecker Stamps at the Rubber Stamp Events in Mesa, Arizona this past weekend. I had the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people and several who have followed my blog. It was so nice to meet face to face and we took the opportunity to get some pictures as well. I appreciate all these ladies sharing their photos with me and allowing me to share them on my blog.
Left to right: Sandy, KellyRae, Pam and Ellie
I had lots of fun making the pretty die cut poinsettia and holly card. I hope you are inspired to get out your dies and make a card of your own. If you don’t have a poinsettia die set be sure to check out the two new sets recently released by Rubbernecker. Poinsettia #1 creates a smaller flower with a more pointed petals. Poinsettia #2 is a larger flower with a more natural shape to the petals. I appreciate you stopping by and I hope you have a great day.