Stampin' For Christmas Blog Hop


Hi Stampin' Friends!  

Welcome to the October Stampin' for Christmas Blog Hop!  This is fairly new monthly hop featuring Stampin' Up!'s Christmas products all year long.  As you work your way through the hop you will see Christmas projects from demonstrators all across the world.
Today I am using one of my favorite new stamp sets combined with a favorite DSP from last year.


The poinsettias in this bundle are beautiful!  I stamped the three different sized petals in Versamark ink and then heat embossed with with silver embossing powder on Seaside Spray cardstock.  The result is stunning!


I used two different pieces of DSP from the Feels Like Frost DSP.  I used the silver foiled print for the card background and one of the photo prints for a smaller panel.   The silver foil looks great with the silver embossing the the pearl accents in the flower centers.


Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog today.  I am so glad you are here.  I hope you have been inspired to stamp something today! Don't forget to click on the 'Next' button below to see what Kristy has created to share today.  I know you're going to love it!

Happy Stampin' 






October Roll Call


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Stampin Up! Supply List

There are the Stampin' Up! supplies that I used for this card.  Clicking on any of the images will take you to my online store.  This month if you spend $30 or more (before shipping and tax), using host code 9XCJD2B9, I will send a small gift as a token of my appreciation!!  Don't forget to use the host code!

4 comments:

  1. I love this in this colourway and the silver makes it very classy, thanks for sharing x

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  2. Beautiful card Lisa, Loving the Blue Poinsetta Flower, thank you for hopping with us this month

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  3. Hi Lisa clever to use these papers with the poinsettia makes for a very different and beautiful look. Zoe x

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