Friday, 27 September 2019

Oh Holy Night

This is the best of  a bad lot of photos of my card, I usually scan my cards but on this one the gold looked black no matter what I tried. I just got the star frame and I thought it would go well with my new Holy Night stamp which unfortunately doesn't show up too well on here, also I really wanted to use a darker background but couldn't find a darker blue amongst my stacks of card stock. If I make some more of these I will make an inky background. Anyhow I was determined not to miss the 
Rudolph Challenge as I have managed to enter every month up to now.


  1. Such a beautiful card Joan. I know just how bad the mirri card is to photo/scan, I always have several attempts before picking just one.
    Thanks for joining in with the Rudolph Days Challenge this month.
    Sue DT x

  2. Hi Joan,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    Such a very gorgeous design and the gold looks so luxurious and lovely against the blue background.
    Such wonderful stamps used.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

  3. Your star die looks fabulous with the nativity. I like to see it in gold mirri card like you have chosen. So elegant but a devil to photograph!

    Thanks for taking part in the September Rudolph Days Challenge.

  4. Beautiful nativity design and I love the gold and blue colors.

  5. This Nativity scene card is beautiful/ I love the idea of the star frame to hold the sentiment.

    I have had sentiments seem to not shoe up in the photo, but usually they are fine in real life!

    Thanks for taking part in the October Rudolph Days Challenge.


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