Monday, December 5, 2011

Patchwork Poinsettia Card

Does this patchwork quilt card look like it is totally dimensional? The patterned DSP makes it look 3D. This is the eight card (of ninth) from the Merry and Bright Collection from This really does use up some small DSP scraps. Finished size is 6" x 6-3/8" unusual size but can always be sized down. That's the pure magic with SCAL (Sure Cuts a Lot).........yeah, I know you can also do that with the Cartridges.....but remember, using this cut file does not require any cartridge and is a fraction of the cost of a cartridge and uses up absolutly no space at all. And, don't you just love that?

A fabulous you agree? LOVE LOVE Love it! It is so gorgeous!!!! Add those Yellow Stickles to the center and it just pops it with some bling! The DSP also add such detail "life" to the sponged leaves. Each layer of the poinsettia is popped with dimensionals.

Card inside: sponge edges with Close to Cocoa ink.........


  • CS: SU Old Olive, SU Chocolate Chip, Recollections Vanilla, SU Riding Hood Red, SU SAB 6x6 Packs (retired), Red Paper Company, Creative Imaginations DSP (Plaid), Cloud 9 Specialty Photo Mats

  • Ink: SU Close to Cocoa

  • Accys: SU Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Dimensionals, Yellow Stickles, Sponge Dauber, Recollections Card and Envelopes.

Thank you for stopping by today.................


Whimcees said...

Hi Patti!

This is so pretty! I love the colors!

Wishing you a good week!


Barbara Diane

Scrappywonder said...

I am shocked that you don't have a million comments on these great cards/projects you have been posting using the SVGcuts!!!
I just love what you are creating with these amazing SVGcut 'things'. I still can't quite get my head around it...
You have a machine that cuts by software download?? sure hope SU comes up with something this COOL! tfs R ;)

Pat Jandacek said...

This is a gorgeous card. Upon closer look it looks like each leaf of the poinsettia is two pieces of two different papers? The final result is fabulous.