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Silent Night

>> Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Hi Everyone,

Growing up I attended a German speaking church and Silent Night was always sung there on Christmas Eve.  To this day it remains one of my favorite Christmas songs of all time;  So to pay homage to that memory, I chose the Christmas Village Church to pair up with the greeting that is the beginning of that song.

I stamped and colored the image, adding some glitter glue to enhance the snow.  While that was drying, I stamped the background paper with Interlocking Snow Background in Versamark and embossed in shiny white embossing powder. 

 I stamped the Silent Night Greeting along with the All is Calm Christmas Greeting, and dry embossed on top of it using a snowflake embossing folder.  I added that to the background and covered up the seam with a piece of lace. 

Once the image was dry, I die cut it added a few matching layers and adhered it using dimensional tape.

Thanks so much for visiting and may all things be calm and bright for you!


nwilliams6 said...

Karin, this is beautiful! What a great idea for the church image - this totally makes it stand out and makes for a peaceful feeling. Very pretty!!! Hugz

Shelia said...

Karin, this is so beautiful! I love the little village church paired with the Silent Night greeting.

Sue said...

Perfect pairing of stamps Karin! Love how you stamped the 2 greetings offset from each other to match the individual stamps. The snowflakes are the perfect background too!

Robin Clendenning said...

So pretty Karin, I love that silvery sky!! Your snowflakes are beautiful and the little church is just right!!

Janett Ray said...

Perfect card Karin, the background is perfect with the little church.

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Lovely Christmas card, Karin! Love the white snowflakes & little steepled church in the circle.

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