This card is super easy to make using Graphic 45 papers from the "Time to Flourish" collection plus washi tape and decorating chalks.
If you're new to paper crafts, you might be thinking, "decorating chalks? What are those?"
Decorating chalks were chalks that were available in palettes, sort of like paint palettes, back in, like, 2002-2003, which was scrapbooking's heyday. That trend was already on its way out by 2006, which was when I stared scrapbooking. I don't think Scrapbook.com offers decorating chalks for sale any more, and lately I haven't seen them available anywhere except the secondary market. But no matter -- you really don't need them for this project. Instead of using a white cardstock and then using the chalk to color it green, like I did, just make it easy on yourself and start with a pale green cardstock. You'll end up with close to the same effect, and it will also be less messy (because decorating chalk can make a big, dusty mess).
A more detailed supply list and step-by-step instructions are posted at my website: https://knittingcrochetcrafts.com/card-making/very-merry-christmas-card-with-poinsettia-flower-design-and-graphic-45-patterned-papers-from-the-time-to-flourish-collection/