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Guest Designing for the 52CCT Challenge

 Hi Everybody! 

I am honored to be guest designing for the current 52CCT challenge - the theme is nativity. Luckily I had one stamp set to fulfill this requirement! It's an ancient one from Paper Smooches. Confirmed my belief, that you should not get rid of stamp sets, because on day you will need them!

I stamped the nativity scene onto scrap paper and colored it with Copics. Used a dies (not sure by whom) to cut the rays around it. Took some patterned paper as underlay and stamped the sentiment. Very simple.
Perhaps you have a nativity stamp in your stash and need to ink it up! See you at 52CCT hopefully!

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting!
Happy Stamping!

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Flo said…
... und eine tolle Wirkung!!!
Your card is beautiful and is perfect for the challenge. Wonderful coloring too.
A.Rose said…
Oh I wish I had found that nativity from Paper Smooches before they closed! It’s awesome! Terrific card!
Conny said…
Traumhaft schön geworden!

GLG Conny
Fabiola said…
quelle magnifique création Cornélia, paisible et attendrissante, merci d'être notre guest designer cette semaine, biz
Celeste Goff said…
What a fabulous card! Love that sweet Paper Smooches nativity scene and sentiment and the die cut detail around it is the perfect compliment!

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