You know, I don't know how to break it to y'all but I'm starting to suspect all these Christmas challenge are why we are so cold, why we're having polar vortexes, and why snow exists. Anyway, that's my new non-scientific theory that I have now posted to the web. That makes it true, because you can believe everything you read on the web.
Rudolph Day challenge we are to make two Christmas cards. I wanted to make some extra fancy ones for this challenge. I broke out my nifty poinsettia stamp set and made some layered poinsettias. Then... I had no idea what to do with them. The blue version came together very well. I found the scrap of paper which matched so well and this card was born.
The Fine Print: Poinsettia stamp by Stampin' Up "Joyful Christmas," greeting by A Muse Artstamps, designer papers from my stash (most likely DCWV), giant scroll die by Quick Kutz. The blue flower has black bling in the middle and the red one has Tim's soot distress glitter. While I'm a huge fan of bling, I like the glitter better.