Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Poinsettia Punch Card

Poinsettia plants remind me of my grandmother, Grammy Nash. She was fabulous! And she loved Christmas time and the real reason for the holiday. She was a wonderful lady, and I still miss her. She went to the Lord in 1986, but I still think of her often. Her impact on my life was significant and I look forward to seeing her again in Heaven. Merry Christmas, Grammy!

This card is not a traditional poinsettia, but I like it's simplicity. This was one of the Stamp-A-Stack favorites for my attendees. It uses the 5-Petal Flower Punch to make the poinsettia!
Poinsettia Punch Card
Stamp Sets:
Sincere Salutations (#105156, p.140, $20.95)
Classic Stampin’ Pad®, Real Red (#103133, p.164, $5.25)
I WISH Simply Scrappin’ Kit, Designer Series Paper, (#112193, p.174, $19.95)
Old Olive Card Stock, 4¼”x 11” (#100702, p.164, $5.50)
Real Red Card Stock, scrap(#102482, p.164, $5.50)
Barely Banana Card Stock, Scrap (#102701, p.165, $5.50)
Whisper White Envelope, Medium (#107301, p.167, $6.50)
5 Petal Flower Punch (#109041, p.188, $15.95)
1/8 ” Circle Punch (#101227, p.188, $8.95)
Mini Glue Dots® (#103683, p.191, $4.95)
¼” Grosgrain Ribbon, Real Red (#109052, p.186, $7.95)
Comments: Fold the Old Olive CS in half and adhere the DSP at the bottom of the card using SNAIL. Tie your ribbon. Stamp “Holiday Greetings” in Real Red Ink near the top. Punch two Real Red flowers with the 5-Petal Flower Punch. Crease the petals of one flower, scuff with Real Red Ink, layer flowers and adhere to bottom right of DSP. Punch three 1/8” circles from Barely Banana CS. [Open the paper catcher on the punch to retrieve your dots.] Roll up a Mini Glue Dot for each circle and adhere to flower.

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