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Joy Clair - Three Wise Men

Hi Everyone,

I am on the Joy Clair blog today with a tag I made with one of the new release sets called Three Wise Men.


This is such a pretty set! I especially love those little silhouette stamps. That's why I used them for my tag....

I started out cutting a tag (CUTplorations) using Kraft and blue backing paper. I stamped the silhouette stamps with my Misti and sponged the background - of course I masked my sun. I added the sentiment and those little stars, which I highlighted with a gel pen. Took a ribbon and connected the tags at the top.



Hope you liked this!

Go and visit the Joy Clair blog to see all the new sets! 
Don't forget to play with us in the Joy Clair November challenge  - the theme is Christmas and we have a beautiful inspiration picture to give you some colors to play with! The challenge closes November 29, so there is still some time left to play!

Linking up with:
Less is More - Vintage
The Paper Players - CAS Christmas
 25 Days of Christmas Tags by Tracey McNeely
Simon Says Monday challenge - Three of something (3Wise Men)
"Less is More"



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Comments

!neke said…
This is a beautiful tag!
Great stampset you used !!!!
Cornelia, this is beautiful! I love the holy city scene! SO creative! Thank you for joining my CAS challenge at The Paper Players this week! XX
Mac Mable said…
My blog is back...ye ha! Such a gorgeous tag and love the background and the effect you have achieved. Beautiful sentiment and beautiful stamp set. Feeling very relaxed after my holiday but regret not meeting up.....maybe next time? x
Esther said…
Gorgeous tag - such a beautiful sponged background and scripty sentiment! I love how you've created a mini scene. It's really quite stunning. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)
Bobby said…
This is so unique to have two scenes on one tag, Cornelia, but they add great meaning to a beautiful creation.
Kim Heggins said…
Simply stunning tag Cornelia...just love the sweet and wonderful scene you created!
Sandra said…
This is such a nice tag, love the wondeful stamps. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra
Anita in France said…
Fabulous, Cornelia ... I do love a scene depicting the Christmas story ... and this is a brilliant one! Hugs, Anita :)
What a lovely little tag - so much detail! I love the vibrant blue of the night sky and the silhouette images. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

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