Friday, November 8, 2013

# Boutique Stacker Frames # flowers

French Flair Holiday Card


Sandy here with you today, filling in for Alison.  Without a doubt, my favorite stacker is the French Flair and I really love the new Horizon French Flair Boutique Stackers released last month.  I began my card with the largest of the French Flair Classic Stackers; die cut from white card stock.  Next came the largest of the Horizon French Flairs; die cut from red card stock.  Using the next smallest French Flair Classic, I added a DP panel to my red French Flair.  Using the middle size of the Horizon French Flair, I die cut another red panel and using the coordinating French Flair Classic, added another DP panel. 


I die cut a Circle Classic Stacker from white card stock; adding a green Sophie's Heart Mini doily.  Then I die cut Poinsettia Strip from red card stock and assembled my flower.  I staggered each layer to give it a full look.  I also pinched each petal along the embossed center line.  Finished size is 5 5/8" square.

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3 comments:

  1. Very pretty, I love the French Flair and can't wait to play with my new poinsettia strip and try this.

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  2. Alison, your card it gorgeous! Love your choice of Christmas papers and the layers. The doily under your poinsettia is so pretty.

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