Monday, July 8, 2013

Christmas in July, JustRite Style!

Welcome to JustRite's July Release!  
We are celebrating July with Christmas stamps that will surely bring inspiration and have you humming Christmas carols in no time!  Today I created an ornament using the new JustRite set, Festive Poinsettia.
After stamping & cutting 15 large leaf images, I created 5 leaf looking petals by placing one for the base and two scored on the top, securing together with scor tape. The remaining flower images are stamped, cut and layers atop each other with a pearl placed in the center. 

There are many choices of sentiments in JustRite's Festive Poinsettia!  After stamping the sentiment I used on the ornament, I cut out using circle punches.  It is a clear set featuring 16 clear stamps designed by Amy Tedder. This set coordinates with Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia Dies.

The ornament top is embellished using a silk ribbon bow with a Prima flower and metallic bronze string.  The string also holds the tag nicely!  I see this creation not only as an ornament, but also as a package tie on, wreath embellishment, or placed on lighted garland, etc.  Yes the possibilities are endless and with this new set, your holiday will be festive indeed!  

The following JustRite Designers have amazing creations for you today!  Break out the holiday tunes, sit back and enjoy the festive inspiration!

STAMPS: Festive Poinsettia (JustRite)
PAPER: White Cardstock (PTI), SU Green
INK: Memento LadyBug Red & Black, Color Blok Green
DIES/PUNCHES:  Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia (JustRite), EK Success circle punches
ACCESSORIES: Scor Tape, Bronze Metallic String, Silk Ribbon, PRIMA Rose & Suede Leaf (Stamp Simply Ribbon Store), Martha Stewart Glitter & adhesive Pearl (Michaels)


Marie Bingaman said...

OMG, I just HAD to stop by here to tell you how gorgeous this ornament is! Makes me wish I could have this stamp set for sure! :)

Pattie said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

lisa808 said...

Beautiful! I think I will attempt one.

Maria said...

love the card