CHRISTMAS CARDS - Poinsettia Patch
Did you notice? This isn't scrap recovery! I actually used all new product for these (OK, most of them).
These cards are a mixture of layouts and some of the papers are different. The common element is they are using the light version, the green version, or the black version of a poinsettia print. (well, something has to tie them together).
This one uses the black version of the paper along with a diamond plaid and a strip of a light text print. I added a cardstock sticker tag and trimmed it with a fold of green ribbon and a thick acrylic text greeting.
This one uses stripes of the black and the light versions of the paper that were scrap after cutting other parts out. I layered some clear stickers to create the pinecone wreath and added a greeting sticker from the same set.
This card uses the green version of the poinsettia print and is combined with a light text print. From that same sticker sheet I used a tag with a poinsettia on it and then added another poinsettia sticker to the upper left. I gave it a thick acrylic greeting sticker.
Both of these use the black and light versions of the paper and also both use the same stickers. The tag, the extra poinsettia on the tag and the greeting at the upper left are all from the same clear sticker sheet. I used a black folded card base on both of these so they will require a liner to write the inside message on.
This is the one card I used a recovered scrap on. I used the green background and some of the light text print. I tore a silhouette photo from a magazine, added a clear text sticker to the upper right and wrote script text on the lower left.
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Updated: Thursday, 1 September 2011 7:16 PM PDT