Poinsettia Card

I wanted to start with a set of Holiday cards and this is the first card that I created. I thought it would be nice to create custom cards for a smaller list this year and this one is actually for my mother-in-law Gail who LOVES poinsettias.

Poinsettia Copic Marker Holiday Card
Hero Arts Stamp colored in with Copic Markers and finished of with wink of stella.


To make this card I used the Hero Arts Poinsettia stamp for this Holiday and Copic Markers to color it in.


I used Memento Ink in Tuxedo Black to stamp the flower and leaves so that I could color them in with the topic markers and not have the ink bleed. When you start coloring color in a small area first because you are going to be using your blender to blend the colors. I will do an additional video on topic coloring soon




I used the Hero Arts poinsettia die to cut out the finished leaves and flowers, but they could also easily be cut out by hand. Once you have as many as you need you can position them where you want them to go.


I wanted to add dimension and have one of the flowers raised above the other so I added dimensional foam to the back after adhering the bottom ones and its leaves.



Next I used Versa Mark sticky ink to stamp my sentiment and used vintage gold embossing powder to heat emboss it.



You may want to add the sentiment before the flowers, totally up to you. I then had a decision to make. Did I want to trim the flowers to the overlay craft card or did I want them to extend to the border of the actual card base?

I did both and liked each. You decide!


Finally I added a ribbon around the top of the panel and then adhered it to the card base. and added a small bow. As a final touch I wanted some sparkle so I added wink of stella to the petals of the poinsettia, I LOVE this product and how it just adds a bit of sparkle to the artwork.


All done, and will be sent off to someone who I know loves Poinsettias.

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Happy HolidayCard Making!

The final Cards one bleeding of the edge and the other cut to the overlay card.

3 thoughts on “Poinsettia Card

    1. Thanks Kristie! I love to stamp and color, I had to do a lot of experimenting with inks, copics and different papers to get the right mix. Come back soon.

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