Merry Christmas!

Thank goodness it’s not actually time to say that!! But I’m here today with a Christmas card and it uses my very favorite Merry Christmas stamp of all time.

My inspiration boost came from the challenge over at Time Out Challenges

I loved that wood board and decided to replace that beautiful mandala with a poinsettia for my idea. Here it is

That beautiful poinsettia is from the Gina K set Year of Flowers 2 and is adhered to that cute board made from the Gina K set called Perfect Pallets.

I absolutely LOVE that Merry Christmas sentiment!! It’s so curly and cute and pretty. It’s also by Gina. I embossed it for dimension

I colored this card using ink from ink pads and refills

I made several of this card and it’s going out to some sweet crafty friends for a swap. You can also head to my Instagram to see a 3 minute video of it coming together! I just love the pink poinsettia. It’s been fun to play with non traditional Christmas colors the past couple of years and pink is my favorite color to do that with

Thanks for stopping by today!

See you again in a couple of days

:)Kellianne

4 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!

  1. Gorgeous and love you made a Christmas card with this-the wood panels look fab and such fab colouring of the poinsettia. Like you used a pink base card, always like different colours for Xmas cards and that sentiment is super. Thanks for joining Time Out

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  2. Very beautiful Christmas card! The poinsettia really pops from the woodgrain background and I love the style of the sentiment! Thank you for joining us at Time out!

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  3. Love this so much!! I’ve never seen those pallet stamps, such a cool idea and the perfect time to use them. Fab idea to turn this into a Christmas card too with your poinsettia, love the soft colouring and the touch of gold in the middle is perfection. So very happy you shared this with us at TIME OUT!

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