Non-Traditional Christmas Colours…

It has been a long time since I posted anything that wasn’t part of a blog hop, but I have recently found my crafting mojo again (just in time for Christmas!!) and so I wanted to share this gorgeous Christmas card with you, using non-traditional Christmas colours. I have used Polished Pink, Pale Papaya, Shaded Spruce and Soft Seafoam for my poinsettias and personally I think it looks stunning!

A handmade Christmas card with a Poinsettia coloured in using in non-traditional Christmas colours

I saw the Global Design Project #GDP319 was on the theme of Christmas this year, so I figured why not get posting and get entering this lovely challenge group. Did you know that you can enter too? All you need to do is head over to http://www.global-design-project.com/ and have a look at the rules and then enter! It is a lovely way to get inspired, and even if you don’t take part, you can look at all the entries and just get totally inspired.

Global Design Project Christmas Theme Badge

I have just finished teaching my Autumn Stampin’ Blends Course, and blending different colours together was one of the things that I taught, some of the colours just work so well together, and really give your colouring a pop, just like the beautiful flowers that we have in nature.

A Poinsettia coloured in using in non-traditional Christmas colours

Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you like my Christmas card made with non-traditional Christmas colours.

Until next time, Happy Stamping xx

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