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12/23/2016

Fri 23

Merry Christmas
by Pam Simpson

"Merry Christmas" everyone! from  all the Poppystamps design team.. We wish you all a wonderful Christmas holiday.

Quick post as we are all busy for the festive season.

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I decided to use my favorite pink colour for these "Holiday Poinsettias"  distress Ink Spun Sugar.

Background created with Memory Box..Open Studio.. Baptisia Collage die.

Poppystamps Merry Christmas Banner,  adhered to Stitched Annaleigh Tag decoration.

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I embossed these petals by leaving in the die after cutting, using veramark through the open lines in the die, remove the flower from the die and sprinkle with embossing powder, I used Shabby Pink, heat emboss with your heat tool, next use spun sugar ink to shade.

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Layer up flowers, I use pva wet glue! small dot  in the center of the flower after shaping.  Green Pine Twig and pearls to finish.

Thank you for stopping by Pam x.. 

Pam Floral Signature copy

Comments

Hi Pam, This card is fabulous, as always !! I'm loving how you have coloured and embossed the poinsettia's, and the Baptisia Collage looks fantastic.
Happy Christmas to All, and Best Wishes for 2017 !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

This is another beauty, Pam. That pale-colors-with-lots-of-texture composition is your forte. I've never even thought of using embossing ink in the embossing spaces. What a great look, and that will be going on my "to try" list.

Wishing your a lovely and peaceful holiday season.

Soooo Beautiful Pam!!! Merry Christmas to you all!!

Gorgeous card Pam.
Merry Christmas to you !

This is gorgeous! Love the light pink tone.
Merry Christmas!

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