This very thick CS was at the front of my box and negated the stamping step of the box. It was a little harder to score, but folded nicely. The Poinsettia was shaded a bit and I drew in the lines of the petal veins with a red marker, but it looked too pink. So I flipped it over to the white side and used it that way.
It's sort of cool because if the light shows through the petals you can see the veins a little and I like the way it looks. The flower was added to a circle of CS and then that was folded down the sides of the box to glue it on. I added a tag and a bow and it's all done.
Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020 GMT Views: 252
Registered: November 2, 2015 Location: Murrells Inlet, SC Posts: 407
Thu, Nov 12, 2020 @ 2:28 PM
I love this, the white poinsettia is very stunning with the red. Mine when I cut the Poinsettia does not have veins, I flip it over and use my SU special mats to deeply emboss the pointsettia. I see you have veins in yours. But you have to do a 2 step process to get the veins to come through on all types of paper.