Merry Christmas! What a beautiful day to celebrate the birth of the Savior, Jesus Christ our Lord! I felt it was appropriate to share a card today that focuses on the nativity! The true reason for the season! (Details on card are at the end of this post.) I'm going to leave you with one of my favorite Christmas songs. Christmas Offering by Casting Crowns Merry Christmas! I hope each of you are able to bring your own Christmas Offering to the Lord, humble as it may be! ******** Instructions…
Photo Source: Betty Crocker Wannabe In honor of Christmas here are a few printables that you can find at Betty Crocker Wannabe. Check out this Christmas Scripture Word Tree Printable. All you need to do
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Inside: May the warmth of God's love bless this beautiful holiday season. Merry Christmas
Scripture: And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. LUKE 2:10 KJV
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This is one of the projects that we made during a September card class. The card is elegant, but simple to create. The stamp set is Joyful Nativity and it is a new set this year that you will find in the Annual Catalog. Products I used: Night of Navy cardstock Gold Foil Sheets Whisper White cardstock Night of Navy Classic Stampin' ink VersaMark ink Gold embossing powder Joyful Nativity stamp set Joyful Nativity stamp set Have a blessed day, Trude
I finally took some time to play with a couple more new products I got from Scrapbook.com. I was on an email list for the stamp by Woodware Craft Collection called Peaceful Night. It is drop dead gorgeous! (This post contains affiliate links. When you shop through my links (most are at the end of my post) I may receive a small commission at NO cost to you! Thanks for your support!) Isn't this amazing! Well, the stamp anyway. I colored it with my Prisma Color pencils and my Pan Pastels. I…