Friday, November 6, 2020

Poppystamps Stained Glass Poinsettia Three Ways

It's my turn on the Poppystamps blog today.  We get to select the products we want to use when we post. I knew I wanted to do Christmas because they have so many gorgeous new Christmas stamps and dies, but I couldn't decide which to use.  Then I saw the challenge at Christmas Kickstart: Festive Florals and knew immediately I wanted to play with Stained Glass Poinsettia.  

11.6 Bright



I adore this die!!  I don't often make multiple cards, but I had to keep going...

11.6 Trio

There is a lot more details on the Poppystamps blog but here are the close-ups of the other two cards.

11.6 Elegant


11.6 Fresh

It's such a versatile die.  Starting with the first card that I did as stained glass requiring me to die cut each section - to the last two that just filled in the flowers - there are many ways to use it. For a totally different look check out this card by Marybeth Lopez.  I saw it and fell in love with it before I was even part of the Poppystamps design team! I love the way she added petals.

Thanks to Christmas Kickstart for pointing me in the Festive Floral direction!!

SUPPLY LIST

Stamps: Poppystamps Christmas Quotes (stamps and dies)

Dies: Poppystamps Stained Glass Poinsettia

Patterened Paper: Memory Box Garden Folly and Dashing Holiday

4 comments:

  1. These are so gorgeous!! I LOVE the difference just changing out the colors you use makes.

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  2. Love the stained glass look, so pretty!

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  3. Goodness, Kim, what beautiful cards! Love each colour-way and the sentiment you've chosen is perfect for each palette. Thanks for joining Arlene and me at Christmas Kickstart, Jo x

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