For my card, I used one of the sketches from the Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge, posted on 7/16/12.
To make my card, I started off with a 5.5" x 4.25" white card base. I added a piece of designer paper with a holly print on it. I don't know who the manufacturer is, because it was a piece I found in my stash. I then cut pennants out of red card stock, using the smallest pennant die from the Spellbinders die set, Nested Lacey Pennants. I then embossed a piece of 4.24" x 3" green card stock using the Swiss Dots Cuttlebug folder, and my Cuttlebug, and adhered the pennants to the back of the bottom of that piece, so that they hang down across the edge.
I cut another piece of lighter green card stock at 5.5" x 1.5", cut it into a pendant, and embossed it with the Swirl Cuttlebug folder, and added a piece of 1.75" x 4" burgundy card stock behind it, then adhered that piece to the left of my card.
For my embellishment, I cut and embossed my poinsettia using the top 3 pedal dies form the Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia dies using red for the largest and smallest pedals, and burgundy for the middle pedals. I dabbed each piece onto a clear Versa Mark pad, sprinkled clear embossing powder on it, then heated it, which gave it some shine. Then I layered each piece according to size, adhering them together with glue. For the middle of my poinsettia I used three flat back pearls. I then attached my finished poinsettia to the middle of my green pennant.
I finished my card off by stamping the words "Merry Christmas" on a piece of white card stock, with red ink, cut it to size, then inked the edges with green ink, then attached it to my card using dimensional tape. To add a little bling, I attached little clear rhinestones to my small red pennants.
I hope my swap partner likes the card I made for her, and I hope you do too. I would really like to know what you think of it, so if you have the time, please leave me a little comment, I would really love to hear what you think.
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Love this card! the background paper is so good for this card. Fantstic job on it Jill!
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