Thursday, August 30, 2018

Merry Christmas

Hello everyone!
Happy Thursday!!

I try to make Christmas cards every month for Rudolph days and wonderful Christmas challenges.

Today I want to share with you a fun Christmas card using Holiday Love Poinsettia stamp set from The Ton stamps and Holiday Frames die from Simon Says Stamps.

Here is what I came up with :

To create this card, I stamped the Poinsettia image on the watercolor paper panel with Versafine ONYX Black ink and colored with Kuretake watercolors.

I die cut the Holiday frame with white card stock and adhere the frame with double-sided foam tape.

I play along at :

Use hot/warm colors on your Christmas /Holiday season project

Happy crafting!


  1. A really lovely card Gloria, great image and background and like the way you have focused on the main large part of the image with teh frame.

    Kath x

  2. Lovely card!
    Thank you for sharing with Crafty Hazelnut's Weekly Christmas Challenge!
    DT for CHNC
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  3. Hi Gloria,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    what a very wonderful card and that stamped poinsettia is gorgeous love your wonderful colouring and the super frame.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

  4. Beautiful card, Gloria. The colours are so vivid and beautiful, and the frame looks great!

    Thanks for taking part in the August Rudolph Days Challenge.

  5. Absolutely fabby and I'm loving the way you have used the sentiment die too, thanks for joining at August's Rudolph Days Challenge, Luv Sam x

  6. Really wonderful card. Love the background, flower and the contrast of the white frame. So happy you shared it at Tuesday Throwdown Challenge. Good luck. Debi DT TT

  7. So darn pretty. Thank you so much for participating this week at the Mod Squad Challenge

  8. Beautiful card!!Thanks so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CRAFTS ALL YEAR ‘ROUND challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
    Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper