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Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps - Poinsettia Christmas Card

Hi Everybody,

just as promised - another Christmas card. What else, at this time of the year, right? !

This is another easy one. I took photo paper as background. Stamped the wonderful Poinsettia and sprinkled Brushos on it. I used red and yellow. I then sprinkled a bit of green onto my craft mat and just minimally dipped my finger in it and added ti to the tips of the leaves to have a more controlled color application. Added the sentiment.

I then sprinkled a bit of green onto my craft mat and just minimally dipped my finger in it and added ti to the tips of the leaves to have a more controlled color application. 

Added the sentiment. Trimmed the card and added gold tape on the side.

Happy Stamping!

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Linking up with:

Inkspirational - on layer card
Flower Challenge - add spots or stripes (lots of little spots from the Brushos)


conil said…
Very artsy...and very beautiful. Makes me wish I could master this technique. Just so lovely when it's finished this well.
So gorgeous with the splash of colors and then the line image stamped over it.
Bo┼╝enA said…
WOW! I love it!!! Wonderful and very arts card
sandie said…
oh super fun card and so arty looking my friend! I do like the way you emphasised the green tips-you are so good at the last touches and so good to se you at Ink
Marsha Reed said…
Beautiful poinsettia, Cornelia! Love that Brusho background. Thanks for joining us this week at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. Marsha DT
Karen Brown said…
Your brushos Christmas card is bright and cheery! We are so pleased that you joined us this week at Watercooler Wednesday. Karen - DT
Anita in France said…
Wonderfully vibrant and artsy, Cornelia ... the simple line art poinsettia is fabulous with the unstructured brusho colour! Hugs, Anita :)
Viv said…
Such a beautiful card, lovely poinsettia and spots too. Thanks for sharing with us over at 'The Flower Challenge' ;) Viv DT xx
Ericka Strange said…
Gorgeous card Cornelia and I love the look of the Brushos on the photo paper, so pretty and bright! Thanks for playing along with us over at The Flower Challenge!

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