Monday, 11 November 2013

Rosehip Wreath and Poinsettia's

Hello there all you lovely crafty ladies I bet that you are all thinking she's not going to do it, she's so late there's not going to be a class! what will we do? lol! Ha! Ha!  ~wrong~ Sorry for keeping you all in suspense I have just had one of those weeks x 100 if you get my drift, and I'm sure we all have them at some point.......
Won't waffle on as you will be wanting to know what it is that I have in store for this week, well wait no longer as I can reveal that the stamps for this week are none other than Woodwear's Poinsettia Flourish and Rosehip Wreath both from the Singles range. They remind me of all the Christmas decorations you like to do as the finishing touch when you add all the last minute faff in order for your Christmas to begin, The wreath on the front door or your table decoration and don't forget the poinsettia plant you always buy on the last minute, moving on here are the two we will be making this week (did I forget to say SORRY for being so late, well I am!)

The first card is a C5 landscape.

I have created the background on gold pearl card with the Poinsettia Flourish stamp and Gold Embossing Powder (using my Anti-Static bag first)
The small white panel has been embossed with my Mistletoe folder then lightly inked with Antique Linen Distress Ink pad.

 I have stamped the Poinsettia Flourish with a Black Versafine ink pad and embossed in clear powder along with the snowflakes and the sentiment (Deck the Halls) as this comes with the Poinsettia stamp.

The red card has been edged with a black pen to give a little more depth without adding an extra card layer.

I have added crystal glitter with my Quickie glue pen to the poinsettia and holly leaves.

This card is 6 x 6 in size.

The background has been embossed through the eBosser using the 8 x 8 Music Folder and I have added a little Black Soot distress ink around the edges.

The Wreath has been stamped in Black Versafine and embossed in clear powder.

I then added Crystal glitter to the Rosehips.

The small snowflake is from my stash and comes from a set of Crafters Companion stamps which I have stamped onto white glitter card using Black Archival which I dried with my heat tool before cutting out.
The Die cuts in the background are by Marianne Designs.

Well that's it for now see you really soon x
Sheilagh :0

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