Sunday, August 21, 2016

Poppystamps Lux Poinsettia

Good Morning!

I had lots of fun with this color challenge at the Christmas Card Challenge this week:

I found some pretty patterned paper and made a card with Poppystamps Lux Poinsettia die. It's one of my favorite Christmas dies, I love the elegant look:

I adhered it to Avery Elle wonky stitched rectangle, and added an enamel dot in the center. The sentiment is from Taylored Expressions In and Out Christmas,stamped with Delicata Silvery Shimmer.

I hope you will join us! 
You can check out the rest of the design team cards here.

Entering this at:
SIP tic tac toe blue, flower. dry embossing

SIP Challenge 61 - Tic-Tac-Toe

Word art Wednesday anything goes

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Paper:patterned paper, SU
Ink:Delicata Silvery Shimmer
Stamps: Taylored Expression In and Out Christmas
Dies: PS Lux Poinsettia, AE wonky stitches, Lil Inker rounded stitched rectangles
Other: enamel dots


Lisa Altman said...

Another great tic tac toe card!! This one is so elegant and pretty!! Thanks again for playing along with my challenge this week......twice!! lol

Margo said...

I love this card ! This poinsettia is indeed so elegant !

Carole said...

Love,love ,love this says you to me...very classy. Fabulous dies and nice soft colours. xx

*Vicki* said...

Wow!! Such a gorgeous card!! I love it! ;)

Carolyn Lindenmayer said...

Hi Laurie, I absolutely adore this card. What a fabulous die there, so beautiful in the colours you chose. Thanks for joining us this week at Stamp Ink Paper. Carolyn xx

misty delgado said...

I'm so glad to see another entry from you! I love your card designs and this one is no exception!
Misty D.

Susangail Powell said...

What a gorgeous die Laurie - I LOVE what you did with it - such a beautiful card!

Jo Ann said...

This is nice...I love the die-cut flower. Thank you for blessing us with your creation at Word Art Wednesday. Leaving you with the Word of God in 1 Peter 1:13 which tells us, "Therefore, with minds that are alert and fully sober, set your hope on the grace to be brought to you when Jesus Christ is revealed at his coming." Blessings always.