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Sunday, 1 November 2015

Festive Florals and foliage

This week at Stamping Sensations we are sponsored by Be Creative who are offering this lovely prize
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For my card I have used papers from the Festive Paper pad for the background and the main image of the deer. Stamped a few snowflakes on the paper and added some gems. I stamped the Penny Black poinsettia on vellum and white embossed them, then added some colour to the back of the vellum, finished off with a few more gems on the poinsettias. Hope to see you at our challenge this month. Don't forget we are a stamping challenge so must see stamping as a focal point on your card. I'm sure you all have holly, ivy and festive flowers in your stash!



  1. Those Poinsettias look stunning on vellum Joan, a great choice to go with the papers as they carry the soft colours.

    Hope you have a good Sunday.

    B x

  2. Wow love those papers they are so fab just like your card Joan ...☺️

  3. Absolutely gorgeous card, Joan! I love it very much! You used the papers so well x

  4. A beautiful card Joan, love those papers and the super image of the deer.
    Yvonne xx

  5. Gorgeous card Joan, the image looks stunning against those lovely papers. Stunning poinsettia.
    Avril xx

  6. Stunning Joan, beautiful papers and I love the poinsettia!

  7. Beautiful card, I love the poinsettia, I thought it was a die cut until I read your description. Cheers, Shirleyx

  8. I love this PB poinsettia! Must have it!!! This is just beautiful, you've used the papers so well! The poinsettia really adds a lot. :)

  9. This card has a lovely, serene feel to it Joan and I really like the background papers that you've used for both their images and colours. You've finished it off beautifully by adding the Poinsettias :)


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