Friday, July 25, 2014

Christmas Poinsettias

Continuing on my very-recently-begun quest to use all of my Stampin' Up! sets:) I realized that I won't have time to make four or five cards every day (duh! LOL!) so I will post one at a time until I have quite a stack and then I'll start posting multiples.

The poinsettia stamp on today's card is from Bitty Bouquets. I colored the image with Copics. The die cut was one I did last month, and I'm assuming it's from Memory Box, although I'm not sure. I mounted it on foam squares. The sentiment is another long-retired SU! stamp.

Some day soon I'll share a picture of the stamps I have plans to use. Also, so you understand why I'm using so many small images, this is the reason: I have my sets arranged by size and then alphabetically. So, the ones I'll be working on for a while are all the small sets. I think I have about 200 sets altogether, so it will take some time.

And yes, Leslie - you are certainly welcome to play!

Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon!


Lisa Lara said...

Cool die. Love how you used it to frame your image Lynette.

Bea Connor said...

Great card-I love the basket and the design. Bea Connor

Leslie Miller said...

So dang cute, Lynette! I was looking forward to seeing your next SU! card. I don't have this set, but I'm enjoying seeing it. Love the way you framed it. Hmmmm... so that's how you arrange your sets. Mine are just alphabetical -- one shelf of backgrounds, one shelf of sentiments, and one shelf of image sets. Ohhhh, how fun!

Sandy said...

Oh Lynette what a pretty card. I love the recessed look that your die cut gives the featured stamped image.

bonnie32002 said...

Since moving, my sets are not arranged at all. Maybe I should take on a personal challenge of my own and maybe sort them by theme. I do like your personal goal of using all of your images; not sure if I can join you on THAT particular quest lol!

JUDI said...

Very NEAT looking card. Great idea for using all your stamps.
With Love Judi

Mary said...

A very pretty Christmas card. I like the way that you used the die cut and popped it up. :)