Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Serendipity Stamps - January Blog Hop #1!

Happy New Year!
Welcome to another year of HOPS with Serendipity Stamps!
I have one last Christmas card to show you today.
The background is done in Distress Oxide inks with a 
highlight around the Holy Family.

The finishes size is 4 1/4 square.

The HOP Prize is a $20 Serendipity Stamps Gift Certificate 
to a random commenter.  
You can leave comments from Wednesday through Sunday
 and Mary will announce the winner on Jan 11.

Here is the list of Design Team members participating in the HOP:

Mary's Blog
Beth Chiu
Miriam Napier
Julie Warner 
Vickie Zimmer 
Marybeth Lopez

  • Serendipity Stamps:  For Unto Us Cling Stamp Set 1422 CSS
  • Inks: Versafine - Onyx Black, Distress Oxides - Faded Jeans, Peacock Feathers, Fossilized Amber, Vintage Photo
  • Paper: Neenah Natural White 110lb, Bristol Smooth
  • Dies: MFT - Stitched Mod Square STAX


Dee at Rubber Stamp Rendezvous said...

I really like the variations of color on this card!

craftymom205 said...

Love the card.

Anonymous said...

Just lovely Miriam. Great use of my favorite "trouble free" inks.

Donna Whitten said...

Very pretty, thanks for sharing.

Amy Marshall said...

Wonderful card. Love the background.

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

So pretty!! Love the shape of your layers. Thanks for sharing. Happy New Year

sarita said...

The blending is very good!

Late Blooming said...

Love your background coloring.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful card! I love the colors and the simple but effective design of the stamp set you used!

cghundley said...

Beautiful inking on
your lovely card.
Happy New Year.
Carla from Utah

Sherry Timko said...


Glennis said...

Fabulous blending and a great design

Bonnie said...

I love the glow behind the manger and the interesting corner treatments!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

That’s a fantastic card ! The colours are amazing !

Jean said...

Such a lovely card!

Cynthia said...

I very much like the background for this simple manger scene.

Mary Dew Lee said...

I love how you've set this blended scene against the tan and black layers with that bit of aqua. Just perfect! Also love the glow around the Holy Family!