Christmas Floral Arrangement by Kelly Latevola

Hi readers! Happy Tuesday! Welcome back to another special Kelly Latevola Copic coloring tutorial feature! It’s such a specialized skill that we’ve found readers of all skill types appreciate these tutorials! Please be sure to comment below and let us know what you want more or less of! Isn’t this combination GORGEOUS? Kelly uses the Poinsettia, Best Mom Ever, and Christmas Essentials exclusive stamp sets to make this gorgeous arrangement! Kelly is a superstar! Be sure to watch the video for the full tutorial and enjoy!

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Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Kelly for this great inspiration!


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  1. Wow now that’s the kind of video I like, detail, detail, detail. Thanks so very much for taking the time to show us how to do such a beautiful one layer card. Your the best

  2. I love Kelly’s composition and coloring. Great video too. It’s cool how she encourages us to not give up.

  3. Wow, I really love today’s Christmas card, even though it is colored in non-traditional Christmas colors.

  4. Pretty card. Love the coloring detail. Interesting using the rose stamps along with the tradition Christmas poinsettia and pine cones.

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