Monday 7 December 2015

Church Christmas Project - Day 3 (Rejoice)

Click here for more information and a link to my Pinterest board for more cards I made in past years.

One of the things I love about this project is taking the various stamps I have collected over the years (I've done this for about 5 years, I think) and combining them in different ways.

Today's card is a great example of that. I started with a Stampabilities sentiment from Hobby Lobby (my sister always takes me there when I visit her in the US - they often have 'church' sentiments that I can't find in other places). I noticed that the top part of the sentiment provides a perfect 'ground' for my Hero Arts (Greatest Gift - appears to be reitred) stable. To add a pop of colour and shine, I sponged the bottom of the panel with Fired Brick distress ink and the glued a narrow strip of gold mirror card.


  1. What a striking sentiment Ardyth, and paired with that wonderful image is makes a beautiful card.

  2. Wonderful , clean and simple Christmas card. I love it.

  3. Nice nativity card. Like the sentiment and the red with the gold strip is perfect. On another subject ... I got the new Muse post and the voting post. The "here" isn't linked and when I go to the Muse blog there doesn't appear to be any cards in the gallery. In fact, I can't even see it. I'm sure it must be there. Is it my computer or a glitch on their end? Thanks for letting me know.

  4. Beautiful sentiment, beautiful card!!

  5. Absolutely, gloriously beautiful!

  6. Beautiful rich colours! And I noticed that about Hobby Lobby as well. ;)

  7. GORGEOUS! Great mix of sentiments & image. Adding the Fire Brick panel and a schmick of gold is sheer creative genius...mission accomplished as the "POP" is definitely happening!

  8. You've conveyed the essence of Christmas with elegance and class, Ardyth! Gorgeous card!

  9. Simply beautiful, Ardyth ... love how the sentiment grounds that wonderful image (one of my fave sets!)! Hugs & bisous, Anita :)


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