Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Merry Christmas

I picked up a poinsettia die by Sizzix, and decided to play.  I anticipate using this one quite a few times while making holiday cards this year. I did tear the larges of leaves and made a tighter base for the remaining layers to rest on. I thought this paper was a perfect foil for the large bloom.

Hubs, who is not fond of black on cards, claimed this on to be in his top ten favorites of all time.  I have to agree that it is quite eye-catching.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cardstock - Neenah Aspen White 110#
Paper - American Crafts, Stampin Up
Embellishment - Stampin Up
Embossing folder - Sizzix
Die - Sizzix 

EDITED TO ADD: Thank you Greta, I believe I will enter this into the Through the Purple Haze Challenge; the topic is Here comes Christmas Day. One more entry for this one Die Cut Diva's Holidays & Celebrations. Thank you Arlene.


Greta said...

Wowzer! This is completely stunning & I agree with your hubby! You might want to enter here
Merry Christmas, Cat!

Cat Craig said...

Thanks for the suggestion!

lenny said...

Gorgeous Christmas card! I love the dark background with the bright flowers!
And that big flower ... it really pops!

MS said...

I agree! That card is fabulous!! Love it!!

MS said...

I agree! That card is fabulous!! Love it!!

Sylvia Anderson said...

This is lovely, so colourful.

Thank you for joining in our challenge (Through The Purple Haze) good luck x

butterfly dream cards said...

wow wow wow............this is most certainly my type of card...i love it.
Have a wonderful Christmas

fiona DT

Alljazzed2create said...

Beaufitful.. Thanks for sharing at TTPH

Pam DT

Nicola Crowe said...

Lovely card thanks for joining in at TTPH
Nicola DT

Arlene said...

Really eye-catching. Bright and cheery, beautifully done.

So glad you could join us again at Die Cut Divas.

Lucy said...

Beautiful card! I agree with your husband - it's stunning!

Thanks for joining us at Through the Purple Haze Challenges. I'm so glad you joined us.

Lucy (DT)

Barb Ghig said...

You've really been a busy bee! This card is really striking! I love how you tore the leaves on the poinsettia, and the patterned paper is gorgeous! I love the elegant sentiment, too!