Using the 3D Poinsettia Stamp Set 2 Ways

 Last year during a Joy Clair Stamps New Release Blog Hop, I shared two different cards made with the (new at the time) 3D Poinsettia Stamp Set. If you want to read more about how I put these two cards together, you can head over to that blog post HERE. But below, I have a brand new video tutorial that I didn’t share at the time. This video shares a more in depth look at process of putting both of these cards together. I always find putting videos together and explaining my process through them a little easier, so you can watch the full process below!



As you may be able to tell this is an OLD video, from last year, but I still love this stamp set and have a new card and video using this set coming soon! Poinsettias are always one of my favorite things about Christmas. While I was growing up, I had an Aunt & Uncle who I was very close to – I called them my second parents. They always had a Christmas party for their business, that kids weren’t allowed to attend, but I remember my Aunt bringing home the Poinsettia centerpieces and putting them in her house. She could somehow keep them for months!!  I thought they were beautiful then, and still love them to this day!

When I got this set I had two ideas on how I could use it, and couldn’t decide which technique to use. So what did I do? I used them both! The more ideas, the better with any stamp set!


I hope you all enjoyed today’s video and be on the lookout for more ideas on how to use this set, coming soon!! If you are interested in any of the supplies I used on my card today, you can find them all listed and linked down below! Happy Crafting Everyone!!


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