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Nativity Easel Card

>> Monday, November 17, 2014

Trust you all had a great weekend and were able to find some time to get creative. It's time to get serious about getting those Christmas cards made!! I hope you have enjoyed seeing all the recent cards created with DRS Designs newest Christmas Village stamps and that they have inspired you to get into your stamping space and play some! Along with the new village stamps we have a new sentiment stamp that I really like. As soon as I saw it I knew I wanted to pair it with a nativity stamp.

The nativity was stamped with Memento Black ink, colored with Copics, and fussy cut. The background was created with the CB swirls folder, it kind of makes me think of dirt and sand swirling around the manger. The top half was sponged with Barely Banana ink using a TH stencil. Oh come let us adore Him was stamped in black ink. I added a yellow star and rhinestone to the top of the stable. The new sentiment was stamped on So Saffron CS and layered on brown CS that was punched with a star border. Some sheer yellow ribbon completes the look. Hope you like it.

Be sure to check out this week's challenge "Hang it Up!" You could be the winner of some fabulous new DRS stamps. We'd love to see you join in the fun.

Thanks for stopping by today.



Janett Ray said...

Shelia, this is so beautiful. I love the yellow background and all the little details really make this card over the top.

Samantha said...

So pretty, Shelia! I love that new sentiment too and you've shown it off beautifully here!

Sue said...

What a perfect pairing of stamps! And your execution is spot on too!!!

Karin said...

I love those sun rays shining up from the manger! Great stamp to pair with the sentiment!

Robin Clendenning said...

What a lovely Nativity card!! Love this and the sentiment! Love how well everyone can see the sentiment with the image...wonderful sunrays as well!

Jennifer E. said...

So pretty! Love the rays! Great job putting this all together!

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