It's Day 4 of the Power Poppy Christmas remix and today we're focusing on the clear stamp O Holy Night and the digital stamp Snowy Church, both of which are ON SALE right now in the Power Poppy Shop HERE.
For my card I used the clear set O Holy Night. I love this image, it reminds me of growing up in New England and seeing all of the old churches lit up for Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve.
Last month I did a card with this image for a Creative Confetti challenge and I used all sepia tones. This time around I decided to go with blue and blue violet tones. I work night shift and in the winter our snow often gets a blue cast to it because of the moonlight, so that's what I was trying to channel on this card. I also wanted to keep the background very simple so I did an embossed white panel with just simple strip of card stock that matches the colors of the image.
Pop on over to the blogs of the rest of the DT for more inspiration and then head on over to the Power Poppy store to pick up the clear set O Holy Night or the digital version, Snowy Church!
Lisa these sepia colors are warm and inviting. Diggin the snow texture for the base. Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
So beautiful! It looks wonderful in the nighttime colors.ReplyDelete
Totally gorgeous and love how snowy the scene looks...right out of a snow globe!!ReplyDelete
This is stunning. I like the way you enhanced the picture with the muted shades and softly outline the snow.ReplyDelete
You can't be a card with blue in it!ReplyDelete
Very pretty, and the white embossing sets off the dreamy violet tones so well. This church is one of my favorite sets!!ReplyDelete
A very beautiful and elegant card Lisa, I always love when snow has that violet glow.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing and have a great weekend.
So beautiful in the shades of blue and blue violet.ReplyDelete