Friday, November 22, 2019

O Holy night

Good morning and welcome to Power Poppy's Christmas Re-Mix blog hop Day 3. We have a blog hop that is going from Nov 20th thru Dec 2nd. GASP!!! In those days you might find a Black Friday Sale, Cyber Monday sale and even a small business sale, and did I mention a SURPRISE? So let's get to today's activities.



My card today is using O Holy Night and if you don't have this stamp set, check out the digi Snowy Church. This has such a wintry feel with the snow capped trees and the snow built up around the edge of the church. 


Very little coloring on this as I wanted the moon light background to be the main color to help bring out the light inside the church. More of the gold shimmery paper for the base designer paper frame.


This is a close up at an angle to see the suduko gel pen on the window light also. Added the punched green sprigs with a punched poinsettia to the left corner. Finished off with the sentiment and some pearls. Voila! See you back here tomorrow.


Check out the Bloomie and Instant Gardeners creations for today:

Lisa Johansen
  Barb Walker
Allison Cope
 Julie Koerber
                                    Stacy Morgan *** You are here***
  Nancy Sheads
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8 comments:

Lisa K said...

Beautiful card! It looks to be glowing.

Diane said...

The light coloring looks awesome making the moonlight stand out!!

Carol Dee said...

Lovely, especially like the corner decoration.

tinyfeet said...

The use of yellow/gold gives the whole card a warm glow!

Traci M said...

So pretty, and the red pop of the poinsettia is the perfect accent!! You’re going to town with that gold paper!

Henriƫtte said...

Gorgeous Stacy, I love the night scene you created, this makes the light in the little church stand out so well.
Great finishing touch adding the poinsettia and te dark with gold background.
Thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous inspiration and have a great weekend.

Sue D said...

Beautiful church scene. I like the addition of the poinsettia and the gold shimmery paper.

Lisa said...

The background paper is perfect for this image, it makes the yellows of your card really pop!