Saturday, 21 July 2018

Christmas journey

My card was featured at

My final Christmas card for the week and its nice and flat
which makes for great postage come December when we have loads to post!

I used the
Night in Bethlehem
stamp set again for this along with a base of crumb cake
which I ran through the Big Shop with my
Pinewood Planks embossing folder.
I then layered on a piece of Under the Mistletoe dsp.
To make the centre panel I used a 2" deep strip of water colour card.
Using daffodil delight and bermuda bay ink pads I watercoloured the background
then stamped the buildings in early expresso and the sentiment in real red ink pads.
I finished by stamping Mary and Joseph in black and cutting them out so I
could add dimensionals to raise them up.
Really quick and easy card, one that could be repeated for batch making.

I would like to enter this into:

Remember to enjoy a free pack of dsp when you buy 3
from the selection available!

Enjoy £130 worth of craft goodies of your choice for £99
and get yourself a set of FREE ink pads during July only!


Chris said...

It's a beautiful Christmas card Pinky, a lovely design and perfect stamping. Thanks for entering our July challenge at CaSS

SmilynStef said...

Love your silhouette and the wood grain texture ... so very glad you got *bundled-up* with us at Jingle Belles.

Jackie C said...

Great project! Fabulous that you have shared this with us here at The Holly & The Ivy. Good luck hun and do come back again!
Jackie DT @ TH&TI

lauren bergold said...

wow, what a great card! i love that you could incorporate stamping, patterned paper and embossed texture, all on different layers, and still have a MAIL-able card! brilliant! and a gorgeous addition to the "all bundled up" gallery at JINGLE BELLES! ♥

Bev Code said...

fabulous fun layers... great design.... thanks for playing along at Crafters Castle Challenge

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