Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Christmas Re-Mix Day 1 Poinsettia

Good morning and welcome to Power Poppy's Christmas Re-Mix blog hop Day 1. That's right, we are going to be sharing some stamp sets you have seen before or maybe they are new to you AND some new digi's releasing with a surprise. Excited? We sure are, in fact we have a blog hop that is going from Nov 20th thru Dec 2nd. GASP!!! I know right. In those days you might find a Black Friday Sale, Cyber Monday sale and even a small business sale, and did I mention a SURPRISE?



So let's get to today's activities, but first I wanted to share with you that the creations you see the next 12 days are a little out of my normal color schemes. No blues, whites or silver even. What you say!! That's right I stepped out of the normal colors and decided to finally use this gold shimmery paper I bought years ago and my more of my Suduko gel pen for quite a few cards. I really like how all the creations turned out. You were warned. hee hee


This is Poinsettia one of my all time favorites. I have quite a few but this one always makes me smile. No need to worry if you don't have the stamp set, check out the digi version Poinsettia and Pomegranates. I have the poinsettia colored with various Copic markers and then I cut around the image so that I could pop it up on the main panel. This designer paper was the only "new" thing on this card and it was a perfect match to the shimmery gold paper I have. 



Here is a close up at an angel for you to see not only the suduko gel pen I added to the leaves but the gold paper. These pictures do not do it justice I am telling you what. But I do love how this turned out. Some faux stitching around the edges, my sentiment and some sequins. Voila! Now hop along below and see you back here tomorrow.

Check out the Bloomie and Instant Gardeners creations for today:

  Barb Walker
Gloria Stengel
Allison Cope
  Christine Okken
 Julie Koerber
                                    Stacy Morgan *** You are here***
Broni Holcombe
Saskia van den Berk 
Jenny Colacicco
Nancy Sheads
Lisa Johansen
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19 comments:

gabriella said...

I love the yellow poinsettia, such a pretty change

Marcella Hawley said...

TOTAL WOW CARD, Stacy!! I just love your yellow/golden glow with the red sentiment. The center of the flower is incredibly pretty with the sparkling accents. Thank you!

Traci M said...

Such a gorgeous card Stacy, and I love that you cut the image out for more dimension!! I do see the sparkle and love it!

SuzanneS said...

Wow! Love that you used a different color. Looks fantastic

Lisa K said...

Love the yellow. Such a pretty card!

Jean said...

Simply stunning!

Carol Dee said...





an unusual color combo, but very effective and festive.

Pauline said...

I would of never thought of colouring the poinsettia yellow, but love it! Fabulous card Stacy!

tinyfeet said...

Stunning card!

Robyn Oliver said...

Oh WOW Stacey what a glorious yellow Poinsettia, a lovely contrast to the cherry red pomegranates, a fabulous Christmas card

Tonya said...

How lovely! The colors are great. Thanks for sharing.

Debbie A Smith said...

Your choice of yellow is like a warm hug

Leslie Miller said...

I love your poinsettia, Stacy! You're an amazing colorer, which I believe I've told you a time or two. This is beyond your usual gorgeousness, I think. You look good outside your box!

Diane said...

Beautifully created in yellow, my Mom would of loved it being her favorite color...total elegance!!

Henriƫtte said...

Gorgeous card Stacy, I love the beautiful colours you used.
Thank you so much for sharing this great inspiration.

Janet D. said...

I love this color combination, awesome card!

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful layering and colors!

Sue D said...

Fabulous choice of colors.

Lisa said...

Wow, just wow!! Love the background paper, the coloring of the image, the different layers and how you popped the image up!