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Frosted Pink Poinsettias

Other Products: White cardstock, Versamark ink, Distress Crackle Paint, sponge, Victorian Velvet Distress ink, Angel Pink Memento ink, dimensional tape

For tips on how to cut intricate dies check out this tutorial.

Instructions: My card is 4 1/4 X 5 1/2". Make card base and layer two pieces of the paper collection that have been distressed around the edges. I also added contrasting ink along the edges to make them stand out more.

Now take your sponge and dip it in the Crackle paint and dab it onto the piece of the paper collection. Sprinkle the Crystal Clear all over the card. This can be done using any type of glue that dries clear. The Crystal Clear is a wonderful product! 

Die cut the decorative die using white cardstock and glue it down to the card base. Stamp the poinsettias petals in Versamark ink, Emboss with Aged Ivory Embossing Powder. Heat Set and diecut. I used Angel Pink Memento Ink to color the petals and went around the edges with Victorian Velvet. Stamp, color and die cut the leaves and adhere glitter to the veins of the leaves. Spray the backs of the flowers and leaves and shape then glue the flower together. Adhere the Poinsettia and Leaves on to card as shown.   

Next I found the little sentiment on the paper and cut it out and then I layered it with a piece of green designer paper. I curled it a bit and then used dimensional tape to adhere it to the front of the c card.



Created By: Glenda Brooks



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