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Christmas Blessing

>> Sunday, December 2, 2012


Well the decorations are up with the help of my sweet little grand children.   The shopping is almost done and I’m trying to decide what I will be cooking this holiday season. I feel that I’m off to a great start.



For my card today I used the new Lamp Post and  Christmas Blessing. I used copic markers to color the Lamp Post. The edge was sponged with Antique Linen Distress Ink then a spellbinder die was used to cut out the image. At the base I used Flower Soft, but I did not have any red or green so used my Polar White and Adirondack Alcohol Ink and died my own colors. I used another die and cut out the red layer and sponged on some Walnut Stain Distress Ink while it was still in the die. The Christmas Blessing was stamped and sponged with Antique Linen and layered on to another red die cut that was sponged with Walnut Stain. Everything was layered onto the green card and then a white card.

Have fun getting ready for the holidays and don’t for get to join the Snow Fun challenge.

Have a wonderful day,

Janett  

7 comments:

Shelia said...

Janett, your lamp post looks awesome with the flower soft & that gorgeous die behind it!!

Jennifer E. said...

This is beautiful! Love the sponging and the die really shows off the image and sentiment!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

THis is lovely, Janett! The flower soft looks wonderful w/ the lamp post and the layers are so pretty.

Samantha said...

I just love this elegant card, Janett. I had it on my desk for a few days and always made sure it was on top! Beautiful!

Karin said...

Sounds like you are on the ball for this Christmas! Stunning card today...Great coloring, beautiful die cuts and I love the flower soft embellishment!

Sue said...

What an absolutely perfect card! It's beautiful!! Between the shading, the perfect coloring and your die cut...well, perfect just keeps coming to mind!

Pam said...

Beautiful vintage look with the sponging and this great image. I like the flower soft around the bottom of the lamp, too.

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