Pink Poinsettia

Pink Poinsettia 03Heartfelt Creations Pink Poinsettia Card

Hello, Friends!

I’m back with another card that I created with the wonderful Festive Christmas Collection from Heartfelt Creations.  This pink poinsettia card has a lovely white embossed background, an elegantly stamped sentiment and a holiday worthy pink poinsettia and silk ribbon embellishment.  You’ll find a complete supply list and a detailed tutorial for making this card at the end of this post.

Pink Poinsettia 01aI embossed this pearlized cardstock, then added luscious Rose Silky Crush Ribbon and a sparkly poinsettia to the base of the card.  The ribbon was “scrunched” and held in place with little dots of hot glue.

Pink Poinsettia 02aI just love the font on this wonderful sentiment stamp from the Doves of Peace PreCut set.  It’s classic, and elegant and stamps a bold, crisp greeting.  Who could ask for anything more?

Pink Poinsettia 04aThe inside of the card could just as easily be used on the outside.  These papers are so gorgeous, and the sentiment panels make finishing a card quick and easy.

Have you started making your holiday cards yet?  The only ones I’ve made have been sent in for design team samples, so I really need to get going on that project!  I did pull all my holiday stamps and papers out so that when I have a minute here or there, I can work on them.  I usually make about 50 Christmas cards.  How about you?  I’d love to hear about it in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!



Pink Poinsettia

Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC:
Stamps: HCPC 3551 Holly Berry PreCut Set, HCPC 3577 Christmas Poinsettia PreCut Set, HCPC 3621 Dove of Peace PreCut Set
Dies: HCD 738 Ornamental Die, 393386 Spellbinders Label 4
Paper: HCDP1 246 Festive Christmas Collection
Other: 452256 Grand Calibur, 459222 Paper Blossoms Tool Kit, 159223 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat

Other Product: Spellbinder Framed Petite Labels M-Bossabilities, Pearlized white Cardstock from Core’dinations, red cardstock, Ranger Rose Madden Archival Ink, Jet Black Archival Ink, Victorian Velvet Distress Ink, Peeled Paint Distress Ink, Wow Neutral Shimmer Embossing Powder, Prima Flower Centers, Silky Crushed Rose Ribbon, Iridescent White Metallic String (From Really Reasonable Ribbon), hot glue gun, rhinestone

Directions: Create a 5″ x 7″ white card base. Cut a 5″ x 7″ rectangle of Pearlized White Cardstock and emboss in the folder. Die cut the second largest Label 4 from pearlized white cardstock. Stamp with the sentiment. Mount on the card with foam dots. Use Rose Madden Archival Ink to stamp the poinsettias onto pearlized cardstock. Heat emboss with Wow Neutral Shimmer Embossing powder and die cut with the poinsettia die. Stamp three sets of the small holly leaves using Rose Madden, heat emboss as before and die cut. Sponge the leaves with Peeled Paint DI and the poinsettias with Victorian Velvet, then shape with the Paper Blossom tools and stack. Add the Prima Flower center to the large poinsettia and the rhinestone to the small one. Cut a 6 1/2″ piece of the rose silk ribbon and using the heat gun, carefully scrunch together at 2″ intervals. Use Scor-Tape to attach to card base and top with the large poinsettia and holly leaves. Place the small poinsettia in the top left corner of the sentiment label.
Wrap the sides of the card with Iridescent Metallic String, tying a knot to secure. Create a loopy bow with the string and secure to the card with a glue gun.
For the interior: cut a 5″ x 7″ panel of the poinsettia corner paper from the collection and glue down. Mat a sentiment card with red cardstock and glue in place.

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4 thoughts on “Pink Poinsettia

  1. Sylvia

    Beautiful Christmas card, Kathy, it’s too hot here for Christmas thinking…I just get in the mood. Love your card though, especially all the white space! Have a lovely sunday.

  2. Robin

    I just love pink poinsettias, so I’m especially fond of this card! The inside is just as lovely as the front – who wouldn’t love receiving this beautiful card. Part of the words included in the inside sentiment come from the song, “Oh, Little Town of Bethleham” which was my mom’s favorite Christmas song. How much I’m going to miss her this holiday! She would have loved your card. I haven’t started making holiday cards yet, but I need to get started as September seems to be flying by.

  3. smithgfb

    Oh Kathy this is just beautiful! I love the poinsettia flower and holy leaves and the embossing folder you chose is just perfect! Well done my friend!

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