Tuesday, July 07, 2015

New Sparkling Poinsettia Collection from Heartfelt Creations

Rediscover the majesty, serenity and pageantry of Christmas with Heartfelt Creations' Sparkling Poinsettia Collection.  This glorious ensemble of stamps, dies and papers captures the stately splendor of Christmas with a regal color palette of burgundy, evergreen, taupe and cream.  Radiant poinsettias take center stage amidst a host of traditional Nativity scenes, twinkling candles, drifting snowflakes, lacy flourishes, exuberant banners and Heartfelt greetings that are worthy of the King of Kings.  Six detailed stamp sets echo the glorious images found in the paper collection and two coordinating die sets can be used to create sparkling poinsettias that will never wilt or fade.  Chronicle sweet memories of the season, share holiday joy with family and friends, hail the holy babe born in the manger and deck the halls with Sparkling Poinsettia!

This is the card I made with this beautiful collection.  
 Closeup of the poinsettias and glitter.
 For the inside of the card I made this dimensional image with the candle and poinsettias stamp.
 Added a touch of glitter to the candle.
 I did a total of 4 layers, lots of detail cutting.
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Size:  5 1/2” x 8 1/2”
Heartfelt Creations and Supplies Carried by HC

Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), distress ink (fired brick, mowed lawn), Stampin’ Up (Handsome Hunter), VersaMagic (Hint of Pesto)
Image Colored With:  Prismacolor Pencils (Colorless, Pale Sage, Dark Green, Marine Green, Yellow Ochre, French Grey 10%, French Grey 20%, French Grey 50%, French Grey 90%, Crimson Red, Ruscan Red), OMS, Tombow Marker (N15)
Paper:  The Paper Temptress (AW Curious Iridescent Cryogen White 89lb.), Cardstock (White)
Accessories:  Spellbinders (Grand Labels Four), Seam Binding (White), foam dots 

Finished size of card is 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”.  Cut base of card from white cardstock with Spellbinders Grand Labels Four die.  Cut green patterned paper with Spellbinders die for front of card.  Cut coordinating patterned paper with Spellbinders die for inside of card, cut green patterned paper with a smaller die to coordinate the paper inside the card.  Ink edges of patterned paper with mowed lawn distress ink, adhere to card base.  Cut an ornate oval from white cardstock with Decorative Oval die, center on front of card and mark inside edge with pencil, cut oval opening on front of card with a craft knife, adhere decorative oval die cut.  Stamp 4 candle images on white cardstock, color with Prismacolor color pencils, 1st image (base image) - cut with small Spellbinders die, 2nd image - cut complete image with scissors, 3rd image - cut only flowers, 4th image - cut only center flower, adhere all layers with foam dots, adhere to inside card as pictured.  Stamp poinsettias with fired brick ink on white cardstock, stamp leaves with handsome hunter ink on white cardstock, cut with coordinating dies.  Color poinsettias with fired brick ink, color leaves with mowed lawn and hint of pesto inks.  Shape poinsettias and leaves with flower shaping kit, adhere to front of card.  Add sentiment banner, add white bow.  Add crystal glitter to petals of poinsettias, center line of leaves, edge of card front, white oval die cut, and candle.  Add prills to centers of poinsettias.


  1. Just gorgeous. Love all the layers and the dimension.

  2. Stunning Angelica! The inside is even more beautiful than the outside, if that is at all possible! The decoupage work you did on the candle image is breathtaking! Hugs

  3. beautiful card, love the decorative oval you used lovely poinsettias too

  4. Hi, I love the idea of the oval frame use, your colouring is so well done! Hugs

  5. Just beautiful Angelica! Great poinsettias, love the inside!! Hugs

  6. Eileen7:28 AM

    This card is absolutely stunning. I love it. It must have taken a long time to make it as so much detail. Well done!!! Xx

  7. Anonymous9:05 AM

    Here it is, 7 years later, and I just found you. This is Beautiful! I'll look for you in Pinterest if you have a page. Thanks for posting. Dee De Blois


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