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So glad you joined our We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop.  This month we are sharing techniques, and I am sure you will find lots of inspiration from those taking part in this hop.

I thought I would share some fun techniques in a video, using the Poinsettia Dies and Beaded Pearls, from the Poinsettia Place Suite.  I used the Poinsettia Petals Bundle for my Customer Appreciation Tutorial for October, you can read how you can get this tutorial at the end of this post.  This Suite is so amazing.

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The Poinsettia Dies for the flower and the leaves are a two part die set to get them cut out and to get the veins,.  I have found the technique I use to create this is very helpful, plus I like to add a different color to the veins.  I also share how to add color to the Beaded Pearls.  I don't remember when I have had so much fun with a Suite of product like I have with the Poinsettia Place Suite.  The card in the video is not one that is offered in my Exclusive PDF Tutorial this month with qualifying. 

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Linda Bauwin

Thanks so for letting me know you enjoy this technique.

Lou Davis

Dang Linda - that is just gorgeous and I loved the technique of coloring the veins in the die before sending it through the machine! Thank you for your incredible and amazing card making talent!

Sue Floyd

Well you always amaze! I've been trying to Ink the veins with a stamp pad....Very messy. Thanks so much for this tip! I have this set & will be getting the paper so it's on my card "wanna make it" list!
Thanks for sharing!


Great idea and technique!

Linda Bauwin

Karen I can't wait to try your technique. I have never seen this technique.

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