Hello, creative friends! Julie here today. I love it when I have an excuse to play with my artsy supplies! This time, I did some die cutting, stamping, and of course, painting.
I started out cutting out a bunch of poinsettia-like looking flowers with my Big Shot, using watercolor paper. Here's what they looked like:
Some of them had a stamp set to match, so I stamped them before I die cut them. It's easier to line everything up that way. Then, I started painting them, using colors that would make them look like a poinsettia. Here's what they looked like painted:
I used Garnet (one of December's sale colors!), Evergreen (also on sale at 33% off!), and Green Olive.
Then, it was time to put it all together. Here's what I created with these flowers:
This 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 inch card was made for the friend who gave me those two beautiful stick pins. She made me a whole bunch of beautiful beaded stick pins just like these two. I thought the least I could do was return the favor with a card.
When assembling this card, I used the rule of threes, using 3 poinsettias clusters, 3 leaves, and even 3 red rhinestones.
Here's a close up of the poinsettias and beaded stick pins...
For more details about the supplies used on this card, please visit my blog.
Thanks for visiting today! May your holidays truly be filled with laughter, love & joy!