Beautiful Poinsettia Cards to Make

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If you are looking for ideas for poinsettia cards to make this year, this one is stunning and can be done in your favorite colors.

Every year, we love to see all the ideas for poinsettia cards to make with our three different poinsettia dies and our gorgeous Poinsettia Set stamps. Today Sammi has taken that stamp set and done this card in beautiful shades of dusty pink accentuated with the sparkle of classic silver. Sammi says “I absolutely love poinsettias and I wanted to do pink with a little bit of silver to show a softer look.”

Would you like to learn directly from her how she created this? Us too – let’s go!

Sammi chose two different shades of pink card stock and cut the darker shade into a A2 card size and stamped it with our Twas the Night background stamp.

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She then cut out the lighter shade of pink and a piece of white card stock with our Plaid Cover die. With a Wink of Stella pen, Sammi “painted” the white piece silver for some incredible sparkle.

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She then adhered this silvery piece under the pink one, offsetting them slightly to allow the sparkle to show. Now she adhered her plaid element to her stamped darker pink panel.

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Next, Sammi stamped the poinsettia along with some coordinating leaves from our Poinsettia Set with a black hybrid ink and cut then out with the coordinating dies. She colored this with her alcohol markers choosing pinks from very pale to rich and deep to create all that gorgeous dimension.

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For her sentiment, Sammi stamped her greeting onto black card stock, heat embossed it with white powder and cut it out with a circle die. And for a last sparkly detail, Sammi cut some branches with our Greenery #3 die set and colored them with the silver Wink of Stella pen.

To get this card ready to really put the pink in someone’s cheeks with delight, she adhered her stamped and die cut background to a card base, added her poinsettia with some foam adhesive and then tucked her silver branches around it with some dabs of liquid glue. She popped her sentiment onto the card with more foam adhesive and it was ready to go!

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There is something so luxurious about the touches of sparkle on this card with the pretty shades of pink Sammi chose to show off her flower. If you want to make this card – in any color combo YOU love – here’s what you will want to snap up from our store:

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We are definitely adding this to your list of poinsettia cards to make this year and are imagining it in reds, hot pinks and even white and gold. What colors would you use? We’d love to hear!

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