samedi 4 février 2023

Glory to the Newborn King

Hi everyone!
New Saturday and new challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown
As usual, the first week of the month, we challenge you with a sketch.

After a lot of back and forth, I decided to use one of my gel prints. 
The colors are a bit strong, but somehow I like the contrast....  
Please click on the image for a better view.

I punched out stars in various sizes and adhered the panel to a white blank card. Placed smaller stars in the larger cutouts and added black and gold dots all around. The sentiment is heat embossed on black cardstock and added with foam tape.

I placed the nativity scene in the largest cutout and framed it with a star punched from gold glitter cardstock.

I have to admit that I really struggled with this sketch. But in the end, I think I kind of got it. Hope you like it.

52CCT Sketch - February 2023

Linked up with:
Die Cut Divas - Add some Gold
As You Like It - Mostly one Color and why (love the contrast red/white)
Creative Artist Mixed Media - Anything Mixed Media Goes
Merry Little Christmas - Anything Christmas Goes
Ally's Angels _ Anything Goes

Stamps: Stampin'Up
Inks: Onyx Black (Versafine);
Die: Scrap Plaisir
Gel plate, acrylic paints, embossing powder, felt-tip pens, black, beige and glitter cardstock, 

8 commentaires:

  1. A delightful card. Thanks for joining AYLI challenge. Elaine

  2. oh Rosi, c'est superbe et très original, biz

  3. Rosi...spectacular in every way! The stars were an inspired choice. Love the nested nativity and the fabulous background!

  4. Agreeing with Liz, fabulous and that nestled nativity is the icing on the card for pretty and love the sentiment my friend.

  5. Lovely card. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas for our Challenge to use gold

  6. Wow, what a beautiful card! Loving the stars and texture that you created, the colours are so beautiful too 😊. Thanks so much for joining us at Creative Artiste Challenge with your mixed media make! Hugs, Jo x


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