Flower of the Season

 

The Poinsettia was my mother’s favorite flower this time of year.  She had these flowers all over the house.  No, I am not talking two or three, but rather six or eight.    So when I saw the Stylish Christmas stamp set.   I didn’t care if it didn’t have the framelits.  I knew it was on the short list of must-haves.  I think this is my fourth card with this stamp set.  When you color and cut it out it looks so realistic.  I used two shades of red. .. the Real Red and Cherry Cobbler Blends. So share some love with this flower.

The flower originally grew in a certain region of Mexico.  It supposes to given at the birth of Jesus and opened for him. At the time it was considered a weed.   When it opened it was thought to be a miracle.  The red colored leaves symbolize the blood of Christ.  The shape of the poinsettia flower and leaves are sometimes thought as a symbol of the Star of Bethlehem which led the Wise Men to Jesus.  When you see white Poinsettias it symbolizes purity. So let us rejoice over this beautiful flower.\

Spotlight on a Stamp

Color Combination: Blends to shade the flower

  • Cherry Cobbler
  • Real Red
  • Shaded Spruce

Stamp Set:

Stylish Christmas Clear-Mount Stamp Set

Ink:  

  • Cherry Cobbler
  • Real Red
  • Shaded Spruce

Paper: Remember I always use Whisper White as my base.

  • Whisper White
  • Cherry Cobbler
  • Shaded Spruce

Accessories:

  • Trimmer
  • Gold Embossing Powder or Gold Ink
  • Quilt Top Embossing Folder
  • Big Shot

 

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