CASEing Coast to Coast: Poinsettia Petals

Are you ready for another cross country stamping adventure with Karen Hallam and I?  This month Karen created this festive holiday card featuring the Poinsettia Petals Bundle available in the August-December 2020 mini catalog.

There was just so much to love about Karen’s card and so many CASEing (Copy and Selectively Edit) opportunities for me.  You can see Karen’s post HERE.  I chose to copy the layout and selectively edit the poinsettia.  Here’s what I came up with…

Stampin' Up! Poinsettia Petals Christmas Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

I knew I would really like this bundle, but until I used it for the first time making this card, I didn’t realize how MUCH I like it!  I actually purchased the entire Poinsettia Place Suite (something I don’t often do) and am so pleased with everything in it.  

On today’s card I used the Poinsettia Petals stamp set,  Poinsettia dies, Plush Poinsettia Specialty Paper, and the Beaded Pearls (which are my favorite embellishments…ever!).

Materials & Measurement:

Whisper White card base:  11″ x 4 1/4″, scored at 5 1/2″

Petal Pink card stock: 3 1/4″ x 5 1/2″

Plush Poinsettia DSP:  3″ x 5 1/2″

Silver Foil:  1/4″ x 5 1/2″ strips, cut 2


Stampin' Up! Poinsettia Petals Christmas Card Idea- Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

I created the sparkly poinsettias by using the Poinsettia dies and cutting the three different sized flowers from Petal Pink card stock.  After die cutting, I inked them with Versa Mark ink and sprinkled them generously with iridescent embossing powder.  Using the heat tool, I heat set them.  I love how pretty and shimmery they turned out.  I think these flowers look so elegant against the flocked pattern from the Plush Poinsettia Specialty Paper collection.  Since this paper is basically a printed vellum, it was necessary to adhere it to the Petal Pink layer so you couldn’t see the adhesive.  After layering the poinsettias, I determined where I was going to place them on the card and added adhesive to the back of the vellum in those locations.  Then I popped the poinsettias on the vellum with Stampin’ Dimensionals, adding the Pear Pizzazz holly leaves and Whisper White berry sprigs. Lastly, I added the beaded pearls to the center of the flowers using several mini glue dots to make sure they were really secured.

The sentiment is stamped in Versa Mark and heat embossed with silver embossing powder.  I flagged the ends using a square punch.  Again, I  determined where the sentiment was going and added more adhesive to the back of the vellum in this area as well.  The sentiment is popped with dimensionals also.

Stampin' Up! Poinsettia Petals Christmas Card Idea -Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

For the envelope, I used Elmer’s spray adhesive on the flap to adhere the vellum and glued a 1/4″ strip of Petal Pink card stock across the top.

This is my first Christmas card of the year and I can say that creating this card has definitely put me in the mood to create more!

Thanks for stopping by here on the East Coast, please take the virtual trip West and check out Karen’s card that provided all the wonderful inspiration for my project today.


The projects in this tutorial consist of a horizontal Z Fun Fold Birthday Gift Card Holder, an Autumn Holiday/Thank You Card, and a pretty Summer Sunflower Many Occasion card with a matching Candy Gift Box.  These are all  created using the Arrange a Wreath bundle.  Each tutorial is available as a PDF with written instructions and photos. I’ve included step by step photo instructions on how to build each wreath. I’d love to share these with you.  Here’s how you can get them…

  • FREE with an online order of $50 or more (before tax & shipping).
  • Any order of $75 or more (before tax & shipping) will receive the FREE  tutorials as well as a set of four handmade seasonal wreaths.
  • All (any size) online orders always receive a handmade card that can be repurposed.
  • If you do not wish to place an order, you can purchase the tutorial package for $10.00 by submitting payment via PayPal “send to a friend” option.  My PayPal address is



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Take Care,


Product List

Poinsettia Place Suite Collection (English)


Poinsettia Petals Bundle (English)


Poinsettia Petals Photopolymer Stamp Set (English)


Poinsettia Dies


Plush Poinsettia Specialty Paper


Silver Foil Sheets


Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Thick Cardstock


Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock


Petal Pink 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock


Versamark Pad


Heat Tool (Us And Canada)


Beaded Pearls


Stampin' Dimensionals


Mini Glue Dots


Multipurpose Liquid Glue



  1. Dop-dead gorgeous, Rosanne! I love the embossing treatment on the petals and your colors are beautiful!

  2. I’ve seen many of the cards made with this set, but your Card has pushed me over the edge to buy the set. It is absolutely beautiful!

  3. OMG!!!! Your card us absolutely GORGEOUS! Love the colors! I would not have thought to use that color for the flower! I am totally in love with the plush specialty paper!!!! You never cease to amaze me!!!!

  4. Wow! Roseanne your card is simply gorgeous. I love the colors you chose. In fact, I love everything about and will have to case it for sure. TFS

    Inky Hugs,

  5. Jennifer Allgood

    Your petal pink card is now one of my most favorite cards ever! Just beautiful!

  6. When I see a card this beautiful I need to Copy & Select EVERYTHING! – I would not change a thing! So beautiful Roseanne.

  7. Absolutely beautiful!

  8. Beautiful cards. I especially love the petal pink one

  9. OMG!! What a stunning card, I absolutely love it! The colours are so soft and pretty! Awesome job!

  10. Just gorgeous! just studding!

  11. What a gorgeous card! I had to make it as soon as I saw it. But what a mess I had. I thought I costed the flowers well w Versamark then sprinkled on Dazzling Diamonds. But no matter how long I heated them, the glitter kept coming off everywhere. Is there a trick I’m missing? I’m afraid by the time I send it, all the glitter will be gone 🙁
    Thanks again for a beautiful card and any tips u can think of.

    • Thank you Marti! I didn’t use Dazzling Diamonds on this card. After adding Versa Mark to the flowers, I sprinkled them with iridescent embossing powder (non-SU) and then heated them. The embossing powder melted onto the petals creating a pretty sparkle. That’s the only difference I can think of.

  12. That makes sense?. The iridescent embossing powder would melt with heat but the Dazzling Diamonds didn’t.
    I think I’ll try again with embossing powder. Thanks so much!

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