Friday, December 16, 2011

SNTOBDB48 a Christmas challenge

Hello Delightful Friends and Family!
I can't believe that December is half over and it's been almost a month since I've posted anything here on the blog.  That just shows how extra busy I've been.  I have a couple of things to share today for a Christmas challenge at Our Daily Bread Designs (SNTODBD49).  One is a card I just finished tonight and the other is a mini canvas that I made (actually I made 30!) for our Ladies Ministry Christmas party.  Both items I used ODBD Christmas Door stamp set.
I've colored the door scene with Copics and the ribbon is from my "stash".

I used a green and pink Spica pen for the glittery look.  The picture isn't showing the details but the bow is a very pretty and sparkly.  The garland also has a touch of bling as well.
Inside of the card.  The designer paper is Making Memories and the card stock is Bazzill and Neenah. Memento Rich Cocoa ink and Spellbinders Nestabilities Die were also used.

I really should do a quick pictorial tutorial for these because they are really fun.  These canvases come with the easel and each canvas is 2.5 x 2.5.
The verse is from Psalm126:3 (ODBD Christmas Door) the other stamps are from Taylored Expressions.  I've used Claudine Hellmuth Studio Paint, Stazon Ink, Mod Podge, white tissue and Ranger Liquid Pearls, Tiny Twinklettes, American Crafts ribbon and Snowflakes (stash)

Thanks so much for looking!  I plan on another post very soon of the kiddos and pictures that you WON'T see on their Christmas card this year!  Have a blessed day and truly "The LORD has done great things for us, and we are filled with JOY!!


  1. Natalie, your mini canvases turned out GREAT!!! I know the ladies will love therm :0)!

  2. Natalie, the card is just fabulous, but I am totally blown away with those gorgeous canvas with easel designs! Stunning and all are so stunning! Thanks so much for playing ODBD Stamping In Time Challenge!

  3. Natalie, these canvases are just gorgeous!! I'll bet they are cherished by those who received them. . .beautiful work! Blessings and greetings!