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New Poinsettia Stamps featuring Therm O Web - Blog Hop & Giveaway

Welcome to our last blog hop of the year! It's been an incredible crafty year, with lots of inspiration projects to share and today is no exception. Join us as we share a beautiful collection of Christmas projects featuring Therm O Web products and Graciellie Design Digital Stamps. 



Therm O Web
We are collaborating with Therm O Web today and I'm sure you will see more of their products on our projects throughout the month. They are ever so popular for their stunning Deco Foil transfer sheets -that you know I love-, their amazing adhesive -Zots, Zips, Foam Squares and more-, and this year they've added so much more to their collection with lots of Mixed Media products for crafters. They also continue growing their Deco Foil line with more colors and finishes... We are loving the new Gina K. Designs Glitter Foils and cardstocks and that is what you will see me featuring today!

New Christmas Poinsettias
My card for today features one of our latest digital stamp sets and it is called Christmas Poinsettia. The flower on this set has a wonderful vintage and organic feel to it. Of course, depending on how you color it the final look can go from rustic to very elegant.

I printed the flowers and sentiments on Gina K. Designs Premium Cardstock 8.5" x 11"• Black Onyx, on a toner printer and then ran the images through a Foil Laminator • 12 inch with beautiful Gina K. Designs Fancy Foils™ 6" x 8" • Radiant Red. This is one of the new glitter foils available on Therm O Web and it is -oh so- magical! I fussy cut the flowers leaving an outline to show the black cardstock and then I colored it with Prismacolor Pencils.



Blog Hop & Giveaway
Leave a comment today on every stop for a chance to win a $20 Gift Card to the digital shop. This time our designers will be sharing lots of creative ideas for all your Christmas crafts featuring Therm O Web products and many of their new Holiday release.






Thanks for stopping by today! We'll be back soon to announce both the winners of our latest 2 giveaways. Until then.

Comments

  1. woooowww, I'm surprised! that's a so gorgeous card. Precious effect of the foil in your card. Love so much!!!

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  2. I would so love to make a Christmas as beautiful as this. It makes me happy looking at it!

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  3. How gorgeous this
    card is! Love the
    coloring on the black
    cardstock with the
    lovely foiling.
    Carla from Utah

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  4. That card is fabulous! I love poinsettias and the foiling just adds more beauty.

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  5. Beyond Stunning!The Poinsettias give me a fond Christmas Memory of my Mother. Merry CHristmas Gracie!

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  6. love this look - so stylish - great idea:)

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  7. Such a beautiful card. Loving the Christmas Poinsettia set!

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  8. gorgeous poinsettia card with the foiling.

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  9. Your stamps/digis are so incredibly detailed. They are just stunning. And all the cards made with them are just stunning! Love this! Thank you! Happy Holidays!

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