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Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Stained Glass Poinsettia

Hello My Crafty Blog Friends

How is your week going? Both me and my husband still have our coughs. I went to Christchurch yesterday with my friend to see the gallery where our cards are on display.  On the way there we popped into the Emerald Crafts shop in Lyndhurst, it is stuffed to the rafters with crafty loveliness. I did buy a few bits it would have been rude not too. I also was able to have a look round Christchurch which was nice. It was a long day it did make a nice change.

I have had a quieter day today. I did send a few cards to some people who are poorly. When I got home I decided to have a play with a die that I hadn't used before the Stained Glass Poinsettia die  from Creative Expressions.


I made the background for the die with Distress Oxides on watercolour paper. 


I cut the die in black with a large border. I put some double sided sticky sheet onto the Distress Oxides background and I stuck the die-cut to it. Then I cut the die in red and green. I used the pieces from these die-cuts to fill in parts of the stained glass image. Once I was happy I poured microbeads over the exposed sticky sheet. I did forget to cut some yellow card for the centres of the poinsettias. 


I found this sentiment in my stash. 


I am going to have another try with this die. I might try acetate and glitter. 

I would like to enter the November Challenge at Beccy's Challenges. 

Enjoy the rest of the week.

Happy Crafting.

Hugs Jackie

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22 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Jackie, love the design.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  2. What a stunning card this is Jackie. The inlaid pieces look beautiful and I love your background. Barbxx

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  3. This is beautiful Jackie, I love the colours, the design, it's just beautiful, hugs xx

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  4. Gorgeous card! I am in love with that Poinsettia Stained Glass die! Lovely!

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  5. Beautiful card Jackie, nice to have a day out with your friend.
    Hugs Pam x

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  6. Lovely card I have this die woo hoo! I was lucky enough to do a Julia Watts workshop using the stained glass window dies It was brilliant and did quite a few different techniques I really must have a play!

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  7. WOW this is stunning Jackie :-)

    Hope you both feel better soon x

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  8. Wow Jackie this is stunning, what a fabulous stained glass effect. Hugs Jennifer xx

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  9. Beautiful card, Jackie! Love the die and your overall card design is wonderful. x

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  10. Wow, so beautiful. this must have taken a LONG time to put together! WOW

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  11. How pretty! I love the traditional colors in your stained glass creation, Jackie! Your choices of layered papers brings out the Christmas in my heart! lol - beautiful card, Jackie. hugs, de

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  12. Such a pretty festive card Jackie. Feel better soon!
    Laine
    x

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  13. This is lovely, traditional colours and great design.

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  14. Gorgeous card Jackie - hope your coughs are getting better. Shabneez x

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  15. A super card Jackie. The die looks fabulous and you've used it well.
    Christchurch is a lovely place, glad you enjoyed it xx

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  16. Lovely card Jackie, the die you used is fabulous. I really like the stained glass look you created, it could be one of the windows from Santa's workshop! Lovely.
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  17. Absolutely beautiful Jackie, the colours are so stunning. Cathy x

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