Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Poinsettia Greetings

Happy Hellos Everyone!

I hope your Tuesday has kicked-off to a terrific start. Thank you for returning to The Peddler's Gallery holiday parade. Yesterday, we began our parade with 'Toasted Snowflakes'--a card made from BoBunny's designer papers, Snowfall. Today's card is all about incorporating the old with the new. Leading up to the Thanksgiving Day holiday and the Friday after, I received a couple of packages. There was one from Papertry and the other was from Waltzing Mouse. Receiving them was as if Christmas had arrived a little sooner than later. I quickly unwrapped all my goodies and just stared at it all for a moment or two. All of a sudden my thoughts were running so wild, I'd forgotten what I had planned on creating. Has that ever happened to you? Well, I eventually calmed myself down and began to focus. I decided to combined some of the old with the new. Take a look.




 

I used some of my Basic Grey papers I had left over from last year. This was one of two of my favorite holiday lines from last year. When I discovered my LSS had a little left over in January, I purchased a few sheets or two for whenever. I topped off the card with my new stamp from WMS. I just love the holiday sentiment stamp set. It has such an European/English flair to it. I'm not sure you'll recognize it in this card, but I'm certain you will in the projects to follow. I f you look closely you may discover I finished of the anther on the Poinsettia using a high gloss and clear microbeads. From where I stand, it's simply beautiful.

As always, thanks for stopping by The Peddler's Gallery and be sure to pop in tomorrow to see what's next in the holiday paper parade.

What's In It?

Cardstock: Mark's Finest Papers
Stamps:Waltzing Mouse Sentiments 
DP: Basic Grey: Jovial Collection 2010
Embellishments: Dimensionals, Twine, Clear Microbeads, Glossy Accents
Ink: SU Classic Ink
Equipment Used: Paper Cutter, Cuttlebug, Sewing Machine, Papertry Die

4 comments:

Trina said...

What a lovely way to let the paper do the work!

Kelly R said...

Lorie, thanks so much for all the encouragement and support you left on my blog. nice to have the cheers of the "sistahs". :) I just looked at your last batch of cards. WOW! Amazing work. This card with the poinsetta pp is awesome. Just love it. Keep it going girl!

Cheryl L. said...

Beautiful card! I love it when you can use some of that paper stash!

Pauline said...

Beautiful! Love the poinsettia image, and the sentiment goes so well with this design.

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