I stamped the image in Night of Navy on Whisper White card stock and then I colored in the holly in the corners, the wreaths on the doors , the stained glass window and the windows. This image really reminds me of growing up in New England and the lovely old churches you could find in towns throughout the area.
To finish it up I added some SU Dazzlin Diamonds glitter to the trees, the roof of the church and the snowy path. I also used SU Dazzling Details in Cherry Cobbler for the berries on the holly. I mounted the scene of a piece of Whisper White that was embossed with the CB Swiss Dots EF.
It's been raining here for a few days so its dark both outside in the house, making it hard to get a good photo. Trust me, this card is so pretty in person, I just love it!.
Make sure you head over to both Jingle Belles and Shopping Our Stash to play along!
1. Make a holiday card that uses something from your stash
which is at least a year old.
2. Post the card on your blog or gallery, and be sure
to tell us what your older stash item is.
3. Link your card at the bottom of this ♥JINGLE BELLES♥ post
and also at this Shopping Our Stash post.
4. Check back at both blogs on July 17th to see if you've won
one of the lovely prizes! (More on that in a minute!)
Supplies used(all supplies SU unless otherwise noted):
Stamps: Comotion Stamps #2428
Paper: Night of Navy, Whisper White
Ink: Night of Navy, Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, Daffodil Delight
Accessories: Cuttlebug, CB Swiss Dots EF, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details, dimensionals
oh my gosh!!! not only is that the PERFECT use for the sadly neglected but totally totally AWESOME stamp, but using the perfect shade of blue makes it even more beautiful! WOW, this is a masterpiece, missus! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR STASH with us at JINGLE BELLES!!! <3ReplyDelete
What a fabulous church ... I'm sure it is happy that it finally got inky ... the blue ink is the perfect color ... so glad you shopped your stash with us at jingle belles.ReplyDelete
What a pretty church and a beautiful card, Lisa!ReplyDelete