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A Poinsettia Petals Merry Christmas

My card for this challenge was inspired by Hand Stamped Sentiments Inspiration Challenge and the beautiful Poinsettia Petals bundle.  The card was designed by friend and fellow stamper Minnie Cieslak.  She created this card using the Poinsettia bundle, Evergreen Forest 3d Embossing folder and the Stitched Seasons.  The suite also contains the beautiful pearl and rhinestone centers for the Poinsettias.  The greeting is heat embossed in Silver.  The foliage and frame are die cut from Silver foil.  The inside is also stamped with images from this stamp set.

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Here is the inspiration image from Hand Stamped Sentiments.  What inspires you?

MosHand Stamped Sentiments Inspiration Challenge #352

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Poinsettia Mercy Christmas card

Card Size:  4.25″ W x ″ H5.50

Stamp Sets: Poinsettia Petals

Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Versamark

Paper: Cardstock: Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Green; Specialty paper; Silver foil

Accessories:  Wink of Stella, Beaded Pearls, Evergreen Forest 3d Embossing folder, Silver embossing powder


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