The die I used for my card today is no longer available, so don't go looking for it in a store. You might find one on e-bay or wherever. But, it's been a few years since I got this specific die, so that would probably be your best bet. Anyhow, this die is called Poinsettia Gift Die.
I started my card by creating a 5.5 x 4.25 inch top folding card base from pine colored cardstock. Next, I die cut the largest Pierced Feature Frame: Rectangle from white shimmer cardstock. Then I die cut the poinsettia gift die 2 times - once from shite shimmer cardstock and the other from Red Satin Cardstock. I inlaid the petals into the opposite colored piece and then placed one vertically and the other horizontally so that it would look as if I had a wrapped present. It takes a few minutes to do the inlay, but not much. I had already attached the frame to the card with Scotch Foam Tape, but next time, I would attach the ribbons to the frame and then the frame to the card base. I had to remove selective pieces of the foam tape to keep everything flat. That's because I fly by the seat of my pants sometimes and I didn't plan that far ahead, but now I know. *Ü*
After that, I cut a cute little tag from The Greetery Sentiment Suite Die and a little Sentiment from a Papertrey set to stamp and heat emboss on the tag. Once I had everything assembled, I added some jewels to the card in the center of the poinsettia and the tiny flowers that are branching out.
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed this fun little card as much as I did. I'll try later in the day to get a better picture of the little gems in the sun so you can see the sparkle.
This was actually the best picture I could get today because the sun keeps going behind the clouds. I'm not complaining because we really need the rain. I think you can see the dimension a bit better here but not really the sparkle. Trust me, those gems definitely sparkle!