Saturday, December 5, 2015

Nativity Silhouette

Today's post is a quick one. I made it the other day and keep forgetting to get it posted and I want to link to a couple of challenges.

I started by added blending distress inks on the cardstock for my background, which is one my favorite things to do! Once that was done I die cut the nativity and ground out of black cardstock. To turn my star white I used my Picket Fence distress marker to color it. I added all my die cuts to the base of the card and then stamped my sentiment in white. I also added some stickles to the star to give some sparkle.

You can see the stickles a little better in the close up...

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!!
Monica

Card Concept


Happy Little Stampers Christmas- Star and Favorite Technique (ink blending)


Supplies:
Distress inks- Black Soot, Chipped Saphire, Faded Jeans, Broken China, and Tumbled Glass
Lawn Fawn- Stitched Hillside borders
Hero Arts- sentiment
Impression Obsession- nativity dies

10 comments:

  1. I love love love the simplicity of this card and the sentiment. Your sponged sky is gorgeous.

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  2. Your sponged sky is amazing! Love the silhouette die-cuts. Thanks for sharing at Happy Little Stampers.

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  3. This is a lovely die & looks wonderful against the shaded sky with the gleaming star in the heavens. The sponging in the skyline looks terrific and it's just a perfect card to remind us of the reason for the season. TFS & playing in the HLS December Christmas Challenge.

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  4. This is beautiful, Monica! You've done the night sky perfectly and the Nativity looks beautiful against it! Thanks for sharing with us at Happy Little Stampers!

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  5. Your blending is perfect for this amazing scene!

    Toni
    HLS CAS DT

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  6. I just LOVE your card! I wanted to let you know that I’ve chosen your creation as one of my Favorite Picks and linked back to your blog! Thanks so much for sharing your talent. Kathy at stampsatplay.blogspot.com

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  7. This is beautiful.. and so true Jesus is the reason for the season. Follow His Star. Thanks for joining us at Happy Little Stampers Christmas Challenge

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  8. This is so striking .... Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers. Linda xx

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