Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Christmas Blessings

Greetings crafty blog friends, just a simple reminder to keep those in prayer that are still dealing with the tragedy that took place on 9/11/2001.  "May we never forget".

 I took some time the past couple days to create a Christmas Art Card. I'm not usually thinking about Christmas this time of year but have noticed a lot of Christmas cards popping up on pinterest and many of the other crafty blogs I follow. I especially enjoy Christmas because we celebrate Christ's Holy birth. We wouldn't have salvation without Him coming to earth as the God man. Praise the Lord He willing came so we can have everlasting life with Him.

This magnolia stamp has to be one of my favorites along with the table. I colored them with Copic markers and used a Spellbinders Die Labels 2 along with the Ribbon Banners Large for the "Christmas Blessings" sentiment.

The poinsettia is using the three smallest Spellbinders from Layered Poinsettia cut out of some sparkly paper and a small piece of foam in between each layer to give it height and depth. I used a lace doily and had to crinkle it up because it was larger than the 6 x 6 card. The ribbon is from Hug Snug and I died it using ink refills for my ink pads.  I also added the Spellbinders Fantastic Flourish 1 for the leaves and added a couple extra tiny leaves using the Layered Poinsettia along the flourish.

Thanks so much for dropping bye, may the Lord richly bless you today and always.

TGIF......Today GOD is first.

Stamps: Magnolia Stamps; French Tea Party and Joyful Tilda        
Accessories: Spellbinders: Labels 2, Ribbon Banners Large, Layered Poinsettia, and Fantastic Flourish One


  1. Sherrie...once again, your first fruit offering bless the eyes of this sister. The details are feast in and of themselves and so beautifully woven together. Praise the LORD for how He has blessed you!!

  2. I love your card :) ... It really makes me think of Christmas! Blessing...

    1. Thank you Raluca not only for you sweet comments but for joining my blog as a follower. Blessings in Christ.