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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Poinsettia Card With Tutorial

To make the poinsettia for the card, you need:

  • scissors
  • adhesive
  • paper leaves
  • 2 red die cut daisies (red patterned paper looks cool too)
  • a little scrap from the red paper that's a bigger than the daisy center
  • yellow or gold bling

First, using your scissors, cut the tips of each of the petals of ONE of the daisy die cuts. See the bottom petals of the picture to the left.

Then, take the second flower. About half-way down each petal, cut the petals into a point. See example. Now, fold each of the flower petals from both of the flowers toward you. Then, use your adhesive and layer first with your scrap piece, then your larger flower, then your smaller flower. The smaller flower petals should go between the larger. This will hide your scrap piece.

Finally, add your bling and adhere flower to card. Glue a couple paper leaves under the poinsettia. Here's my example:

Paper Leaves: Prima

Sentiment: Hero Arts ClearDesigns mounted on K and Co paper

Cardstock: Bazzill

Background Paper: Cosmo Cricket

Ink: StaZon

Bling: Me And My Big Ideas Icons

18 comments:

Beth said...

OMG, your tutorial is awesome--and one that I need. I am currently making a small desk calendar, and wanted to come up with a way to do pointsettas, because it will go with my spring stamp I am using in a contest. This is so perfect for my calendar. The tutorial is so well done. Can you do a turkey? LOL.

Julie said...

What a great tutorial!

Kim H. said...

WOW this is super cool! Great Tutorial! Love it!

pescbrico said...

Love your presentation! Thanks for sharing with us!

Tami said...

Fabulous tutorial, Heather. Really amazing way to get a poinsettia. Great card, too!

Renée Storch said...

What a great tutorial! I'm gonna have to try this. But first I have to find something to make a daisy with! hehe

Jill said...

Oooh! This is so pretty Heather!vwtgn

Aunt T said...

WOW! What an awesome card and a super tutorial. Thank you :)

Great job.

Teresa

Brigitte said...

Woww !! yes !! i agree that tutorial is fantastic and what a great idea for the poinsettia !!

esther said...

A lovely idea! thanks for sharing

Andrea said...

Great card, that poinsetta is brilliant

ஐ*Beatriz Jennings*ஐ said...

THIS IS NICE! TFS! :)

Katie said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

SmilynStef said...

Great tutorial ... I always love to find new ways to use my punches ... great card too.

Cathrine StClair said...

That is awesome! You could make them a littel bigger and use them on packages instead of bows too! Cool!

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