Other Products: Gemini die cutting machine, VersaFine Black Ink, white card stock, VersaColor Pine Cone Ink, Yellow Stickles, Glitter Ritz, Distress Embossing Powder - Pumice Stone, heat tool, scissors, paper trimmer, VersaMark Ink Pad, pop dots
Learn how to shape the Sparkling Poinsettia here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1INCr0klRIQ
For EZ tips to create your own warm and cozy winter scene click here
Instructions: Create a 6"x 6" card base using a white card stock. Locate 6"x 6" premade card panel shown on sample in Festive Holly Paper Collection. Ink all edges with a light brown colored ink. Using a VersaMark ink pad, ink around edges and into card front and sprinkle with a mixture of vintage embossing powder and glitter. Heat emboss with heat tool and then adhere to card front. Next locate smaller premade card panel within paper collection that features the indoor fireplace scene. Ink all edges with a soft brown colored ink and apply to center of card front with dimensional pop dots.
Die cut the window frame using white card stock, as well as one decorative window topper embellishment, Window Box border and the window box. Use flower arranger die to die cut center out of window box. Adhere sentiment from paper collection into die cut opening. Ink all edges lightly with a brown colored ink on all window embellishments. Adhere to card base.
Stamp one inking of the small poinsettia cling stamp set, Poinsettia Leaves, Holly and Cardinal, and several flower and branch images from the Window Box Fillers Cling Stamp Set with a black ink onto white cardstock. Die cut using coordinating dies and then color using Stack and Store Daubers along with Lime Pastel, Rouge, Lipstick Red, Creamy Brown, Olive Pastel, Cantaloupe inks. Shape all elements with flower shaping tools and create window scene as shown on card front. Using a dries white glue, adhere frosting powder to branches, window box and poinsettias. Heat set with a heat tool. Adhere prills to poinsettia centers using a dries clear glue and add yellow Stickles to flower centers in flower box arrangement.
Created By: Tracey Fehr