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 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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