Chalkboard Poinsettia jingle!

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Sleigh bells ring…are you listening…in the lane…snow is glistening… Are you listening to Christmas music yet?  I am!  Love it!   I just had to use the new Jolly Jingle Bells die…love how they look hanging on the Whimsical Flourish die!

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LOVE the poppystamps poinsettia die…here I layered up two of the largest petals with three of the leaf dies cut in Memory Box Cranberry and Sage card-stocks.  All the Silver card is Coredinations glitter… I’ll link to everything below.

I cut the Hayden Twigs die in silver…cut them apart and stuck them in here and there around the poinsettia.  I cut and added some poppystamps Garden Sprigs  in silver and Memory Box Dill card-stock too.

Memory Box Vintage Christmas Words stamp is heat embossed on MB Licorice card-stock.

I matted the chalkboard piece with my 1/16th inch Perfect Layers Ruler (link in the sidebar or below) and then adhered it to the MB Kraft A-2 size Notecard with ATG tape.  I inked the edges with Walnut Stain Distress ink and the ink blending tool.

Oh,  I did cut the Sideshow Ticket die,  cut and emboss it,  out of MB Parchment card-stock and edged it with Walnut Stain and a little bit of Viva Decor Silver Polish.

NOW for some really SWEET NEWS!!!!  NEW Grandson arrived yesterday @ 1 a.m.!!!   Mom, baby and family doing great!  He’s a doll!  7# 12 oz.  RED hair!  woohoo!   You could say I’ve been sidetracked lately! lol  If you were sitting here with me,  you’d see the completely BARE Christmas tree we purchased Saturday! lol  oh, it’s Wednesday already?!  How to keep up, that is the question! lol

Have a wonderful month and I’ll be around… so thankful for your friendships!  I love talking and sharing with you!  Take care!

Challenges –
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenges – Make your own background
Papertake Weekly – Anything Goes
ABC Challenge – Almost Christmas
Oozak Challenge – Anything Goes
Merry Monday #86 – Chalkboard Technique
Cuttin and Stampin – Color Challenge, red, white, kraft and black
Shopping Our Stash – Christmas/Holiday or Winter
Songbird Challenges – die another day
Papercrafters Corner Magazine Monday – Inspiration Photo (the red flower in the center of the cover)

I won! I won!  at Papercrafters Corner Magazine Monday!

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Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays – Week Thirty-Two Inspiration Piece

Honorable Mention @ Merry Monday

Honourable Mention

 

WINNER @ Cuttin and Stampin!!!

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Supplies I used to make this card…

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43 thoughts on “Chalkboard Poinsettia jingle!

  1. Wow….I thought I was seeing spot for a minute there! =) The die cuts are awesome Pam. Love them all. I’m really lovin’ that walnut stain. It looks so neat around the edges. The chalk board piece ROCKS. Awesome card all the way around.
    Congrats on new Grandson!!! You got your Christmas present early! =)

  2. Congrats on your healthy & happy growing family! Love the card-don’t know when you find time to sleep! LOL!
    Only thing I don’t get is the addition of the tickets….but then I’m slow a lot since finishing those 30 Easel cards from July to Dec 1 ! Why the tickets? To hold it all together? Duh?
    Put up that tree and show it to the new baby!

  3. This is amazing! The chalkboard has me singing! I love the jingle bells hanging from the flourish and that beautiful poinsettia! Wow! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

  4. Congrats!! I just got around to complimenting this card on the Memory Box blog. I am so glad you are a contributor there because I always love your cards! The jingle bells on the flourish are so pretty, and I love the silver and your chalkboard look. Stunning. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  5. Oh WOW! This red poinsettia fairly sparkles right off this chalk background. The black certainly enhanced the vividness of this pretty flower. Love it! Thanks for visiting & taking time to leave a comment at my blog. And TFS & hugs.

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