Hi friends, Ivy here fromivypinkmade! That time of the year has arrived, you know, the one where us crafters pull out all the stops to make those cute holiday cards!?

Today I am sharing a card you can easily mass produce and impress all your family and friends. Let's get started!

SUPPLIES:

  • Acetate sheet
  • Paper trimmer
  • Die cutting machine
  • 2” Circle die
  • Poinsettia die
  • Adhesive Runner
  • Stickles
  • Glue Dots
  • Pigment Ink
  • Gold Embossing Powder

paper swatches for poinsettia card


To start, I cut my card stock panels to the following sizes:

  • Electric Red card stock into an A2 card
  • Gumdrop = 4” x 5¼”
  • Wild Cherry = 2½” x5½”
  • Gold Mirrisparkle =2¼” x 5¼”
  • Acetate Sheet 2½” x2½”

cut card stock pieces for poinsettia card


Adhere the Gumdrop layer onto the Electric Red A2 card.

Then adhere the Wild Cherry and Gold Mirrisparkle layer together.

This part is optional, you can leave it as is or cut a triangle edge.

To cut an edge, I cut a square to use as a template and just lined it up and trimmed the edge.

cutting banner for poinsettia card

 


Lightly attach both layers and use a round die to cut through all four layers on the die cutting machine.

Cutting circle out of card center

Now theres a round window, take a sentiment stamp and use pigment ink to stamp. Then emboss with gold embossing powder.


stamping and embossing sentiment onto poinsettia card


Sandwich the acetate sheet in between Gumdrop and Wild Cherry layer to create a “window cover.”


attaching acetate sheet to poinsettia card


Using a poinsettia flower die, cut 3 pieces in Red Hot and Electric Red. Cut 6 leaves with Gumdrop card stock.


die cut paper poinsettia pieces


Layer the poinsettia together and use a glue dot to adhere the flowers onto the card.


layering flower petal pieces to create poinsettia card


To finish the card I added dots to the center of the flower using gold stickles.


adding gold accents to poinsettia card


And there you have it! One gorgeous Christmas card to send to someone you love! 

Die Cut Paper Poinsettia Card

Die Cut Paper Poinsettia Card

 

Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed this project as much as I enjoyed making it.

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Happy Crafting,

Ivy

IG:ivypinkmade


1 Response

MargieH
MargieH

November 24, 2020

Super cute holiday card, Ivy! That Gold Mirrisparkle paper is beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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