Friday, 18 December 2020


Today I'm sharing a card I started ages ago  - actually the image is from my pre-stamped stash even older ... Stamped the poinsettia in red ink and clear embossed it.. ..then watercoloured with Distress Oxide ink and added detail and depth with coloured pencils.  I accidentally got a splatter of ink on the panel so added some more splats.  Then finished the card with layers of lime green and red card to frame it.

I am playing along with Double 'D' challenge - Poinsettia.
Thanks for stopping by my blog   ---   have a Happy Day and stay safe

Card Recipe 
Stamps: PSX - Poinsettia
Inks:  unsure of red ink, Distress Oxides - twisted citron, barn door
Other:  coloured pencils, clear embossing powder


  1. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL and the splatters are PERFECT!! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Poinsettia’ challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.
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  2. Love the drama of these red poinsettias simply presented to play up their beauty. Thank you for the peek at some of the other gorgeous colors of this roads to travel with that PSX goodie?
    Be well.

  3. Beautiful poinsettias, Robyn!

  4. Your poinsettia card is particularly lovely, really lovely.

  5. Nothing is more beautiful than a poinsettia on a Christmas card. This is beautiful Robyn especially with the soft splatters. Merry Christmas.

  6. Gorgeous poinsettias Robyn. LOVE the colouring with the bright red petals and bright green leaves. What a great idea to emboss the image with red! xx

  7. WOW! That looks AHmazing! Your water coloring is fabulous and I love the splatters and hi-lights around the flower! Beautiful! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Double D Blog, Poinsettia Challenge. Donna, DT Member.

  8. Beautifully created and the splatters were a beautiful save! Thank you for joining or challenge at Double D!
    Diane DD DT {Nellies Nest}


Thank you for taking the time to comment, all encouragement and inspiration is very welcome. May your day be a happy and extra special one, cheers Robyn