(2019 c123) Onion? Poinsettia?


Today’s tag features a POINSETTIA (or are those ONIONS???)OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

See the photo on the right, I created the red colored petals by stamping the ONION from Thankful by Ellen Hutson .  The outer green leaves are from the leaf at the bottom of the set with the arrows pointing to it.

The side boarders were cut with a very old die set: Spellbinder’s Holly Accents .  The gold sparkly words are from 2 different sets:  PEACE & is from Tim Holtz Alterations Die set called Holiday Words Script by Sizzix and JOY is from Lawn Fawn Scripty JOY.  Teh song that comes to mind is JOY JOY JOY.

  Challenges Entered:

EllenHutson12 Tags of Christmas Challenge (My inspiration came from Day 2  from Kelly’s JOY/Flower tag)

WordArtWednesdayAnything Goes ch 416-417

TheFunkyJunkyBotiqueIt’s The Holidays



SimonSaysStamp: (Mon.) Lets Sparkle

SimonSaysStamp(Wed.) Traditional Christmas


  1. Verna Angerhofer

    So creative and clever the way you used those images to make a beautiful Christmas card design.

  2. beaglefest

    What a clever and creative card! Thank you for joining us at Die Cut Divas!

  3. Another gorgeous Christmas tag, Lagene! I love the embossed images that make up that stunning poinsettia. I have to disagree with the onion theory; I think it’s a leaf, but it makes for a great poinsettia bract! Wishing YOU peace and joy this Christmas advent season! And thanks once more for joining us at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog! Hugs!

    • I still think the small stamp colored with red is an onion ha ha, the set has vegetables 🙂

  4. Such a lovely tag Lagene! I love the embossed poinsettia. Thank you for joining in with our challenge at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog xx

  5. Girl you are on a roll making fabby tags for the holiday! Thanks for joining us for our challenge at the Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog. Hugs from Ginny at Polly’s Paper Studio!

  6. Beautiful gold embossing!

  7. Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing it with us over at Die Cut Divas Challenge and I hope to see many more of your beautiful creations soon 🙂

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