Thursday, September 12, 2013

Christmas Poinsettia

This is the 4th card for my upcoming Holiday Hustle class on the 20th.  I really liked the poinsettia stamp set in the holiday catalog, and all the beautiful cards being made with it.  I mean just look at pinterest! Well, maybe don't go look at pinterest. I don't want to be to blame for you getting sidetracked for hours.  I don't happen to have that set yet, but I did find a few different cards that used the mosaic stamp set as a poinsettia. GREAT IDEA!!   

For credit all I can do is point you to pinterest again. Because there were many different people using this stamp/punch to do these.   

If you have liked the cards and are in the area, contact me to come to a class. If you do not live close, I will send kits by mail also. :)

Supplies used:  cherry cobbler, gumball green, whisper white, and silver glimmer cardstock

INKS: cherry cobbler, gumball green 
STAMPS: mosaic madness
accessories: modern mosaic embossing folder, mosaic punch, 


  1. Tanya I found this card absolutely stunning. Loved that you used the Mosaic stamp and punch in yet another way to create this wonderful poinsetta. I don't have a poinsetta stamp either so decided to CAS your card and will give you credit and a link on my post when I get it done. Hope you like my version too. TFS.

    1. Thank you Penny for the wonderful comments. I really can't take credit I saw it on so many other blogs already through pinterest that mine looks almost identical probably but why change something so nice? lol


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