This creation is based around the beautiful 3D Poinsettia folder from Spellbinders. Part of the new 3D embossing folders and oh my heart, it is beautiful. The texture and depth of impression is fabulous! I embossed pink paper with the Poinsettia 3D embossing folder, then sprayed some gold tone ink splatter over it and came in with some Nuvo Embellishment Mousse in Cosmic Brown on the raised berries and centres of the poinsettia afterwards. This is a fun textural messy ink technique just to add a bit of interest to the panel. I then diecut the lovely label shape and the insert that cuts the little diamond trellis effect from a shimmery pink cardstock. I cut the label again minus the trellis insert from vellum to back the label so it stood out from the base better. (I shared previously a black cat tag I made with the offcuts from this trellis element.) I used the J and Y from the Spellbinders Stitched Alphabet Collection of Etched Dies, diecutting the shadows from cream cardstock and the letters from copper coloured glitter cardstock. I didn't stitch any of the details on the letters, because I love the style of these dies without adding any extra stitching. I wanted to create a wreath in place of the 'O' in the centre of the word JOY. So took the doughnut shaped die from the Camper Life add on set, which I've shared previously. I partially cut the die, so I didn't get the little bites out of the doughnut, but a full doughnut shape. I built the wreath around this, adding lots of little flowers from the Seasonal Label Motifs - Summer and Spring sets. I used foliage from both these sets too, cut from the same copper glitter paper. I added some sweet pink sequins from Spellbinders here and there to fill out the gaps in the wreath and embellished the centres of the flowers with a mix of the little paper centres, that come as part of the diecutting floral elements, but also added some of the lovely Opal gems from Spellbinders in different sizes. I finished the little wreath with a pink double bow in picot edged satin ribbon. I've embossed a few extra panels to continue with my Christmas creations, which I've shared in the last photo. The poinsettia embossing folder really is gorgeous.