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Fri 29

Peace on Earth
by Michelle Bala


Hello there! Michelle here, sharing a Christmas card using the amazing Ruffled Poinsettia Die!!! 

This card is fairly simple to create. Here is how I went about it...I die cut the poinsettia three times. 

I colored the petals, leaves, and flower centers with Copic Markers. I left the frame of the petals and leaves


The lighter poinsettia Copic colors: RV00, RV02, RV04.  The darker poinsettia Copic colors: RV63, RV66, RV69.

For the leaves: G40, G43, G46. For the flower centers: YR21, YR24. I splattered white paint on the leaves and petals and set aside to dry. 

I used a piece of black card stock for the background. Splattered some white and gold paint and set aside to dry.

I die cut Peace sentiment twice, once with silver glitter card stock the other with basic black card stock. I adhered them

together slightly off center to create a shadow. Emboss and trim the sentiment from the stamp set Tidings Wreath.


Assemble the card as you desire. This is the fun part! You can arrange the flowers and sentiments any way you choose!

I adhered the poinsettias first with foam tape. Than I trimmed the over hang. Than I adhered the die cut sentiment,

also with foam tape. The embossed sentiment I adhered with glue.

For a finishing touch, I added some Stickles clear glitter glue to the flower centers.

Hope you give this a try!!!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Utterly gorgeous! The shading on the flowers and the contrast with the black background is just stunning.

Oooohhhh.... Love, love, love this card!! Such sweet and festive feel! I have never thought that black was useful for Christmas, but it's just perfect with the splatters and those shaded pink and purple poinsettias!!! Amazing! Thanks for sharing!

This is a gorgeous card, Michelle!

Beautiful card. I love it. Love the colors.

Gorgeous card and beautiful coloring. Love those pretty poinsettias and the splattered background. TFS

Oh wow that is gorgeous!

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