Friday, August 8, 2008

A Merry Village

During the holidays, I love the villages many people have for decorations....even better I love the little German villages I saw along the Rhine River from the train last summer. I can just imagine how pretty those would be during the winter.

These Serendipity Stamps may be as close as I get to a German Village, but I still enjoy imagining. I used Copic markers and the airbrush feature to color the village that had been stamped and diecut with Spellbinders nestability. I added glitter to shine as the snow would in the sunlight. For my background, I used white core paper in red and put it through the Wizard with the snowflake Cuttlebug embossing folder. I sanded the high spots to show off the white snowflakes. I had to piece two pieces as the folder was not long enough for the village, so I placed the ribbon over the seam.

The verse was stamped and embossed on some pretty glitter paper and it was all mounted on a white card. I added random snowflake eyelets. This would make a great "non religious" holiday card.

3 comments:

The Stamping Barroness said...

Just wanted you to know that I'll be casing this beautiful design for one of my cards this year! It is just delicious!

Terri Barron the stampingbarroness

jacki jones said...

this is awesome! your painting is aways fabulous!

Anonymous said...

I just love all your cards but especialy your Christmas cards. They are beautiful.

Margaret