Tuesday, September 11, 2012

More Christmas peeks!

Todays beautiful new set is Poinsettia and Pine

Poinsettia& Pine Graphic

There is a beautiful large image which I used below and great smaller images and sentiments perfect for tags! 
I began by stamping the poinsettia image on Flourishes Classic White card stock  with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  The image was then colored with Copic markers.  I added sparkle to the berries and pine with a clear Spica Pen to make them pop. 

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I matted the image panel on a Spellbinders die cut Lacey Squares and it’s all mounted on striped paper from Authentique Wonder.   I used some microbeads and Crystal Effects for the center of the flower and the ribbon picks up on that yellow center to finish it off. 
The Copic Collections used are:

Green Grass Collection
Sunflower Collection
Greens-Gr-3

Reds-Gr-1








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22 comments:

Hassan Ashraf said...

It is what I am looking for. I want to get some unique gifts to give it to my dad. Now I am going to buy best Christmas gifts for my dad. I really appreciate your work.

Allison Cope Israels said...

This is gorgeous Danielle! I love your colouring and the touch of glitter is so Christmas-y. Wonderful holiday card!

TLady said...

WOW!!!!! Do you ladies coordinate what you do with these stamps???? Each one of you come up with something SO DIFFERENT from the other with the SAME STAMP!!!!!!! Your card is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) WONDERFUL COLORING JOB!!!!!!!!! :)

TLady said...

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Amanda said...

Danielle, your card your cards are magnificent and this one is another exceptional beauty! I love the way you colored the poinsettia in and that pretty pop of yellow on your ribbon :)

~ Amanda :)

Kelly Schelske said...

It's absolutely gorgeous Danielle!

ChristineCreations said...

Beautifully done lady! The yellow ribbon really makes the design pop too!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Beautiful Danielle! the yellow ribbon and papers are wonderful.

Heather Jensen said...

WOW girl! You rocked the shading on this flower. Everything pulls together perfectly on the card. :)

Hugs~

Liz Williams said...

The coloring is amazing. I love this poinsettia.

Linda Carson said...

Merry & Bright for sure! Love it!

tina said...

Beautiful!

Tina
aurathentic@gmail.com

Colleen said...

Danielle,
Missed you yesterday, this is really pretty and yellow bow really pops the whole card.

Tracy said...

Great card, love the colors you used.

Makiko Jones said...

Super beautiful card and coloring Danielle!

Joan V said...

Very pretty poinsettia. And that yellow bow is such a beautiful touch of color.

Silke Ledlow said...

GORGEOUS...you colored the poinsettia so perfectly! ~S~

Theresa said...

Beautiful Christmas Card...love the layers!

Connie MacFarlane said...

Great card Danielle! Love this image and the way you coloured it. The yellow ribbon is a nice touch.

Jacqueline Smith said...

Really fabulous card, love all the details on your card.

Ravengirl said...

This very pretty! I love how you have colored the poinsettia!

Tammy Hershberger said...

Beautiful coloring Danielle, and I love the pop of color from that ribbon!