Welcome to the Alex Syberia Designs November Release Blog Hop! We’ve so many fabulous designers participating in this hop and each one is sharing amazing inspiration. Oh, and there are prizes to win, too! Here’s the details…


Alex Syberia Designs is giving away a £85 ($100) gift certificate to 1 lucky winner and a £15 ($18) gift card to 5 winners. Leave a comment  at each hop. All six winners will be drawn from the entrants that have played along with this Blog hop by midnight BST November 26th, 2023. Winners will be announced on the Alex Syberia Designs blog ‘Giveaway Winners’ page on November 27th, 2023. Open internationally. You can find all the details here.

A list of blog hops are listed below.  Your next stop after my stop is the talented, Bonnie!

Noel Poinsettia Card

Now for a little inspiration. I’m using the following new products from the November release:

Joyful Poinsettia Dies 

Noel dies (also available:  Noel Hot Foil Plate )

My inspiration card is 5″ X 7″ and is made from 80lb Neenah Solar White cardstock. To create this card, I cut out some mistletoe sprigs using the Joyful Poinsettia Dies  and green cardstock. Using the negative cutout, I stenciled on spring to the white background of the card front.

I die cut the layers of the poinsettia from various shades of red, starting with the bottom layer in the deepest shade and working up to the lightest pink shade. I used Distress Oxide inks in Worn Lipstick and Festive Berries to darken the edges and migrate the colors between layers. I attached the layers, adding a foam dot between the second and third layers to make the poinsettia more dimensional. I cut the berries in the set out of gold metallic cardstock and glued them to the center. I added gem stickers to the center for some sparkle.

I attached the mistletoe to the card front and layered the assembled poinsettia to the leaves.

I die cut the two “noel” sentiment layers. I cut the top die out of gold metallic cardstock and the bottom shadow layer from white cardstock. I glued them together and attached the assembled sentiment to the top, right corner. I added additional gem stickers in shades of red around the poinsettia to complete the card.

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Tim to hop to the next designer on the list below. Head to the talented, Bonnie for the next stop on the hop!
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