Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Christmas Blessings

Hello and happy Christmas eve eve!  Rosemary here with one final Christmas card.  For this card I pulled out the beautiful Vintage Flourish cover plate die, the Poinsettia die set and some pretty vintage looking papers from Tim Holtz.  


I started my card by determining what patterned papers would look best together for what I wanted to accomplish.  For the front of the card I decided to use a light olivy green patterned paper.  I die cut the Vintage Flourish, popped out all the pieces and then layered it on top of different papers in the pad.  I settled on the plaid patterned you see.  I die cut that piece using the largerst Stitched Dot rectangle die so it would fit perfectly behind the Vintage Flourish die cut.  I also cut the Vintage Flourish from thin white cardstock twice to give the piece a little depth when placed on top of the plaid piece.   The finished panel was then adhered to a kraft cardstock base.  I die cut the poinsettia using the two smaller dies from red gingham patterned paper and adhered them together.  A gold flat back pearl was added to the center and the flower adhered to the panel.  I finished off the card with the sentiment from the Light of Christmas stamp set that I stamped in watermark ink on vellum and heat embossed in gold.   The sentiment was die cut with a banner die from the Slimline Essentials backdrop die set and adhered.  Sorry my card looks a little washed out.  Our weather has turned very dark and rainy so getting a good photo has been a little difficult lately. 

A Jillian Vance Design products used:
 
Thanks for stopping by and have a lovely day!


4 comments:

Daffodil Cards said...

Gorgeous papers and love the flourish shape over the lovely paper. gorgeous poinsettia too. A Stunning card.
Faith x

Greta said...

You're so good at using printed papers, Rosemary! Love the negative of the flourish in your design! Beautiful, unique card!

Lisa Elton said...

What a pretty mix of patterns! Love the cut out and the sweet layered poinsettia. This is wonderful Rosemary!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Gorgeous poinsettia atop the flourish coverplate, Rosemary! Love the plaid peeking through!!