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I made nine of these. When I used the Brushos, I used all the reds I had. The flowers turned out too pink. I should have left out the Rose. The Crimson I used to darken it up just sat in purplish clumps; it didnt dissolve. I used Kuresake watercolors to alter the color. In the future, Ill experiment with the Brushos to make sure they are still good and to figure out the colors. I dont like the leaves in this die set; I had planned to cut it up and just tuck a few leaves under the flower. However, the flower looked better with the green background to set it off from the stitched die-cut.

4 ¾ x 6 inches
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110-lb. cardstock (card base and background die-cut)
Carnival Vellum 80-lb. cover, red (mat, 4 ½ x 5 ¾ inches)
Hero Arts sentiment (demo set)

4 ¼ x 5 ½ inches
Spellbinders Circular Stitch Background Die
DMC Coton Perlé, Size 5, Very Merry

Cheery Lynn Designs Poinsettia Die
Fabriano 140-lb. Hot Press watercolor paper (flowers)
Brushos (Brilliant Red, Scarlet, Rose Red, Crimson)
Kuresake Gansai Tambi watercolors (35, 51, 52, painted over the Brushos)
Fun Stampers Journey Sparkle Drops

3M foam mounting tape
Lawn Fawn Tube Glue
Memory Book Glue Dots

Note to Self:
8 yards of floss to complete the design
1 yard to complete 1 ½ circles
2 feet of floss to complete one circle