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Monday, April 14, 2014

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WARNING:
THIS POST MAY CONTAIN A CHRISTMAS CARD!
 
I DID get a minute!
Actually I had this card in my head the whole time I've been painting & laying laminate!
 
I had a new poinsettia stamp I wanted to do the vellum thing with, and it turned out pretty good!
 


Blogger's being a pain, but I'm linking this up over at
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Hope you're all well!
Talk to ya later!
Ta ta for now!


12 comments:

  1. That's one awesome poinsettia Gail! I always love how the vellum turns outs. Beautiful card! Thanks so much for joining us at CCAYR with this great design. Hope to see you back again soon, Hugs, Carol

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  2. Oh this Gail is truly one lovely creation so beautifully presented xx

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  3. Very Pretty Design, thank you for sharing with us over at Completely Christmas, we would love you to join in with us again next week for another fab challenge....
    Hugs
    Suzy B Owner Completely Christmas
    Xx

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  4. Oh my ... that's a beauty, Gail.

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  5. Fabulous Christmas card hun and ty so much for sharing with us at Completely Christmas Very good luck Judith DT x

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  6. Very pretty and very good! :-) Glad at least you craft!

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  7. Thanks for sharing your beautiful card for CCAYR April 'poinsettia' challenge - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, CCAYR design team – and thanks for entering this for Completely Christmas 7 and my CHNC challenge extra for April x

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  8. Wow what fun embossed background and lovely poinsettia.

    Hugs Diane

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  9. This is lovely. The embossed background is so pretty, but that vellum poinsettia is just grand, and loved the white embossing round the edges. Well done. I bet designing this as you worked, sure helped the time go by a bit faster. This is one beautiful card. TFS & Happy Easter.

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  10. Love your poinsettia done in vellum. They are so elegant.
    Happy Easter.
    Myrna

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  11. This is really pretty. How did you do the leaves? I love the green and white in between. Did you paint the white? This is really pretty

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    1. Hi Birgit, Thanks for popping by!
      The poinsettia & leaves are stamped & embossed on vellum.
      Then from the backside you take a stylus, and a soft foamy thing, and go over the parts between the embossing.
      Pretty sure there are lots of tutorials out there!
      If you can email me, I'll try to find you one!

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