Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Sneaks Day 2: O Holy Night!

Well, if you liked yesterday's Power Poppy sneak peek Bough Wow Wow, you're going to love today's offering just as much! It's a classic image that truly captures the peaceful feel of the season!


O Holy Night, featuring a classic snow-covered church on Christmas Eve, can be stamped classically in one color for an on-the-go creation or can be colored up in its full moon-lit glory! This image is paired with five reverent sentiments, perfect to share the true meaning of the season!  

On to my creation!


I knew when I saw this image that I wanted to stamp it in navy blue AND I wanted to make sure it was really razzle dazzled up with glitter. With that in my head, I decided to dig through my dies and find one that would truly help this image take center stage! I turned to the die called Fancy Ribbon Threader.  from Spellbinders! I stamped the image using Nautical Blue and then matted it below my framed die cut. I will say that this die is normally solid in the center (not a frame). After embossing the die, I kept the die on my paper and used an X-acto knife to cut out that center panel. I threaded the ribbon slots with some sheer, irridescent trim white ribbon and then added a frame of rhinestones! The base was embossed with the Spellbinders Embossing Folder called Holiday Magic. Add some Diamond Stickles glitter glue and.. ta da! Done!

I can guarantee you that the rest of the Bloom Brigade has taken this set and put a whole new and beautiful spin on it! So, what are you waiting for? Stop on by and see what gorgeous creations their ever-so-talented hands created using it!

Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Danielle Kennedy
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber >>> you are here!
Katie Sims
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker
Marcella @ Power Poppy


Tomorrow's set is all about the merry little images that help to ring in the season with a festive flair! So, be sure to hop on over to the Power Poppy Blog  tomorrow to see what the Bloom Brigade has in store!


~Julie


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