Thursday, December 17, 2015

Love Was Born....

 Love is Born as we are preparing to celebrate this Christmas season. 
As we celebrate with family and friends remember to always LOVE!!!
The Love Was Born Cling Stamp from Stampendous reminds me to celebrate life each and every day. 
Jesus, Born a Baby....He became our Savior.
Our Hope with Love He Promises through eternal life.
 Begin by first placing card stock and pattern paper to a white card base.
place on a piece of dark blue card stock. 
Apply Dreamweaver Crackle Paste over Houndstooth Stencil with palette knife.
 Allow to dry completely.
 Place dried crackle piece to top of card front.
Stamp image twice on white mixed media paper.
Color the back ground of one with markers.
Fussy cut out and place on front of card with pop dots.
 Color second image markers.
Fussy cut out. 
Place on card front with pop dots.
Add three yellow gemstones to front of card front.
Add a pattern paper border to inside of card. 
I am so glad you stopped by and hope you enjoyed my Love Was Born Card. 
Always Remember to Celebrate the Love of God to those around you. 
Make sure to check out all the beautiful inspirational projects that the Stampendous Design Team
Merry Christmas!!!!
 Copic Markers: G02, G05, B95, B97, Y13, Y26, E00, E02, E33, E35, E37
Navy Card Stock
Xyron Mega Adhesive Runner
Pop Dots
Yellow Gemstone

Stampendous/Dreamweavers Design Team
I'm so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many free goodies like this .... Stamps, Embossing Powder, Ink, Stamp Blocks, Paper that I'm using today.
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  1. Beautiful combination of techniques!
    Merry Christmas!

  2. I love the look you got with the Houndstooth stencil. I thought it was a ribbon when I first saw it. Very pretty!

  3. LOVE the combination of prints you have used and the houndstooth embossing is yummy! TFS!

  4. The stenciled houndstooth frames the colored image so well, it looks fabulous and beautiful coloring of baby Jesus. Thank you for sharing today!