Here is what I did with that inspiration.
I started by cutting an ornament using a Tim Holtz die out of manila cardstock. I used heavy body gesso and a Prima stencil to emboss it. When the gesso was dry I sprayed it with Lindy's Stamp Gang Poinsettia Red Gold Starburst spray. The beauty of the spray doesn't show up well in the picture but there golden highlights mixed in with the red. The gesso is lighter in color and I highlighted it with some gold Guilders' Paste. For the hanger I used gold paint and some Ranger Ancient Gold Enchanted Gold embossing powder.
Next I sprayed my paper with Sea Mist Green Starburst spray and let it dry. I used the heavy bodied gesso again with a Prima stencil and embossed the card. Once it was dry I used Lindy's Magicals and a water brush to paint the embossing. Using a TH stamp I stamped pine branches around the top and side of the paper using Frosty Forest Green and Ponderosa Pine Olive Magicals. I then used the same colors to color some manila card and cut it out with the TH new greenery die. I attached those pieces with glue and then popped up the ornament making some of the foliage come through the hanger. Here are some close up photos.
I'm really pleased with the way this turned out. I had a lot of fun working on it. Linda is such an inspiration every week! If you want the details of how to participate in the challenge you can check it out here. The challenge is sponsored by Linda's wonderful shop, The Funkie Junkie Boutique. You really should check it out because she has a wonderful selection of products at great prices.
That's it for me for now. I have more decorating to do (almost finished). Thank you so much for taking the time to visit with me. I really appreciate it and I hope you have a wonderful day!