I have a lot of layers on my card, but it's pretty easy to see from the photograph how it's done. I die cut my A2 frames regular and scalloped in red and green and they are layered with a pretty white mulberry paper with silver tinsel. I wanted the mulberry paper texture on my Merry Christmas die cut as well, so I added a piece of Stick It adhesive on the top of my white cardstock and adhered the white mulberry paper before I die cut it.
I cut my poinsettia petals from red cardstock and inked the edges with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink to give them some definition. I then combined the layers to create the flowers and added half pearls to the center. I also added some pieces of the Holly Flourish behind the flowers to get a little dark green in there. The card is topped off with a pretty bi-color bow made with ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
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