Poinsettia Christmas

I made a card or two with this Poinsettia die by Poppystamps and decided to do it in white this time. I added some glitter enamel dots by YNS and a stamped, embossed sentiment by Papertrey Ink. The non-traditional take on holiday colors, and the glitter card stock, made it fun and flirty.Not only is this die a great excuse to use snippets from your stash, but I even cut out some tiny die cut shapes from the glitter circle, since most of it is covered by the pink glitter shape anyway. It's a great way to stretch your supplies
Pixie's Snippets challenge 368.
Christmas Kickstart challenge 26
Poppystamps challenge PSC#63, Christmas and Poppystamps
Creative Inspirations Dec. challenge, festive
Emerald Creek Dec challenge, Believe
CHNC #469
Brown Sugar challenge 296, AG


  1. Fabulous card and the colour combo is wonderful. Merry christmas xx

  2. What a gorgeous card! Love the colour combo, embossing and white poinsettia. Thanks for playing in this challenge at Christmas Kickstart, Jo x

  3. Such a gorgeous card! The embossing is beautiful and love all the details on the poinsettia. Thank you for playing along at Creative Inspirations, good luck.
    Gina xx

  4. Yup, the non-traditional colours for the poinsettia work really well! A nice modern look.

    Merry Christmas!


    Di xx

  5. I agree with Di. Very modern looking and chic. Hugs Mrs A. 🦋

  6. Amazing card, beautifully made flower.
    Thank you for participating in our Anything Goes Challenge at The Brown Sugar Challenge

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  7. Karen this just stopped me in my tracks. I think the pink and lime is unexpected and just spectacular. Love the perfectly matched gem in the center too!

  8. Beautiful elegant card
    Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog
    Pam x

  9. This is soooooooo gorgeous!!! WOW. I absolutely adore these beautiful non-traditional colors....white, pink, and lime. LOVE!!! The white poinsettia is just stunning and looks fabulous with the glittered enamel dots for the center. Great job die cutting some shapes from the hidden parts of the glittered circles. I do that all the time, too, and then never use them!! Ha.
    <3 J

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