I made a fun framed bingo card using Jolly Bingo Bits a few years ago. (posted here, and yes, I now own the stamps myself) :) At first, I thought I would do something similar using different images for each circle, but then my eye was drawn to the poinsettia and I thought it would look good repeated on all the circles instead.
I used my Spellbinders dies to cut white circles and red scalloped circles. On each white circle, I stamped a poinsettia in Pure Poppy ink, adding glittery dot centers with a glue pen and Wink of Stella shimmer to each petal.
I embossed the white panel with Stampin' Up's Petals-a-Plenty folder and adhered it to a Pure Poppy card base. I arranged my scalloped circles according to the sketch. Then I cut the word "merry" using a die by Papertrey Ink and glittered the heck out of it. I love the sparkle! I stamped the word "christmas" on a small strip of cardstock and glittered the edges so it would stand out better from the background and visually connect it with the larger word. The sentiment ended up a little higher than the sketch, but it fit better around the circles this way. I didn't want the "y" hanging off the card, nor did I want to block the poinsettia circles.
Hopefully, you can see the shimmer better in the close up above. I love my Wink of Stella pen. I ended up using foam tape to raise the sentiment, although with all that glitter, I'm sure it stands out from the background anyway!
Stamps: Jolly Bingo Bits (Stampin' Up); Wonderful Words: Joy (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Pure Poppy (Papertrey Ink); Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Paper: White, Pure Poppy (Papertrey Ink)
Misc: Yellow Barite glitter (Martha Stewart); glue pen; Standard Circles Small die, Classic Scalloped Circles Small die (Spellbinders); Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder (Stampin' Up); Wink of Stella clear pen; foam tape