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>> Sunday, November 16, 2014

I want to show you some more of DRS Designs new Christmas Village Stamps.

I used the Christmas Village Church   then I stamped the new Christmas Village Lamp Post  and from the new Christmas Village Four in One Accessories 2 the Victorian couple for the the snow hills I used the Sand Snow and Water Lines. The sky was air brushed and everything was colored with Copic markers. I used glitter glue and a white jell pen for stars/snow. Once I finished with the scene, I cut it out with a square die then added some layers with more square dies. 

On the silver background layer I randomly stamped the Splatter background and used white embossing powder. Then I used the star from the Three Wisemen Peace and stamped it three times and embossed with white embossing powder. The blue dot in the center is Smooch. I stamped the Small Merry Christmas  with blue ink and cut it with a tag die. It's attached with foam tape. I stamped the Christmas Fence and colored with Copic markers and fussy cut. I used the ideal  of a Bindi Frame, I used the red line tape on the ends and had the middle to bow out.

For the back of the card I stamped the Share My Heart with blue ink and cut it with a square die and a layer of the silver.

This is colors that I used.

Have a wonderful day,



Shelia said...

Such a pretty card, Janett! Love all the sparkle & shine!!!

Samantha said...

What a great scene, Janett! I just love your sparkly stars too!

Sue said...

What an incredible card Janett! I love your 3D fence! It's a wonderful addition to your awesome scene!

Karin said...

What a gorgeous winter scene you created! I love the fence framing the background and the sparkle adds to the festive look!

Robin Clendenning said...

Lovely card with the stars and your beautiful church scene with that fantastic walking couple and fence!! Love the light post too!

Jennifer E. said...

Stunning! Love how you combined so many stamps to create this scene!

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