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Angelic Poinsettia

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Other Products: Glue, white twine, ball, sequins, white paint, brocade, needle

For more tips on creating with the Candlelit Christmas collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/PJeFD_d3AiM.

Instructions: Cut the Starry Night decorative die and the Swirly Accents Spray die from white cardstock. Create a cone shape using the Starry Night decorative die and glue together. Create the wings using the Swirly Accents spray die and glue on the back. Add adhesive to the top of the cone and adhere the ball. Thread the needle with the white twine, tie a loop at the end of the string, pull the needle with the string through the cone and ball. Make a loop over the ball, leaving some rope to hang the angel. Put the hair made of string on the head of the angel. Add a bit of transparent glue to the whole and sprinkle with krystallos shard glass.  

Stamp images of poinsettia flower using black ink on red paper from the collection. Cut with matching die and shape in the flower shaping mold. Layer two flowers together and add a sequin in the centre. Using a sponge, apply white paint to the ends of the flower, a little clear adhesive on top and add glitter. Stamp holly leaves on white cardstock using black ink, cut with matching die, color using green inks and shape in the mold.

Adhere poinsettia and holly leaves to the front of the angel.



Created By: Bozena Bodynek



  1. Krystallos Shard Glass 1 oz.
  2. Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Die
  3. Starry Night Decorative Die
    Starry Night Decorative Die HCD1-7252
    $29.99
  4. Swirly Accent Spray Die
    Swirly Accent Spray Die HCD1-7263
    $29.99
  5. Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 6
  6. Candlelit Christmas Paper Collection
  7. 3D Christmas Poinsettia Shaping Mold
  8. Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Cling Stamp Set
  9. Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Jet Black
  10. Hydra Sponges
    Hydra Sponges RLHS100
    $1.00
  11. Memento Dye Ink Pad - Bamboo Leaves
  12. StazOn Ink Pad - Jet Black