Introducing… O Holy Night!

Silent night… Holy Night!  All is calm!  All is bright!

The newest stamp set from Power Poppy, “O Holy Night” is sure to be a must-have stamp on your shopping list this month!

Marcella has drawn the most serene wintry night scene with this sweet little church and I don’t know about you, but I can almost hear the beautiful sound of a Christmas choir when I peer at this stamp…



Today I chose to work with some water colour paints.  I’m really new to working with this medium (maybe 5 times!) but I think it came out a lot better than I expected!
I added some soft snowflakes to only the outer parts of the sky.  I really like the effect of the circular cut out of the church and moon.  It really brings it all into focus quickly.

Why not check out what my fellow Bloom Brigaders have created with this beautiful snowy scene…

Allison Cope – you are here!
Christine Okken
Danielle Kennedy
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber
Katie Sims
Stacy Morgan
Marcella on the Power Poppy Blog

Happy blog hopping everyone!

~ Ally ~

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Supplies:
stamps: Power Poppy (O Holy Night)
cardstock:  X-Press It, Flourishes
patterned papers:  Bo Bunny (Snow Day)
die cut shapes:  Spellbinders
ink: Stampin’ Up! (Not Quite Navy), Sakura White Pen
water colour paints:  Yarka
other:  seam binding ribbon, thread.

15 comments:

  1. Beautifullly done and I love the layout.

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  2. Beautiful card!!!

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  3. Wow -- gorgeous doesn't even begin to cover it with this one! Man oh man! LOVE the starry night feel you've added to this already beautiful image Ms. Ally!

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  4. Love your card, that circle raised is fantastic and I loved the video also.

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  5. OH my word, Ally girl you have knocked this one outta the park! I would say you have mastered water colors because this is over the top gorgeous! Big hugs! :)

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  6. Beautiful. Love how you cut the main part of the image in the circle and raised it. Great job with the water color effect also.

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  7. Gorgeous watercolouring Ally! Your sky looks amazing, and your light and shadows are so well done!

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  8. Gorgeous! I would not guess that your'e relatively new to watercoloring, as this looks really good to me. I love the raised circle, it echoes the moon and adds to the peacefulness of this card.

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  9. Absolutely stunning, Allison! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Oh, it turned out beautiful, Ally! Your use of the watercolor paints is brillliant! I have never use anything other than inks for watercoloring and I know I should probably step up my game, sort of grow up, probably. LOVE the yellow moonlight throughout. You and Stacy with the moonlight... geez, I never even thought about that. Your trees are especially pretty. You make me want to go watercolor something right now! You did a wonderful job with your card design, too!

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  11. Very pretty indeed Ally. You did a fabulous job on the coloring, and I say keep at it! I like the circle panel popped up at well, awesome design girlie!

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  12. Wow!! Wow!! Wow!! I tend to use that word a lot in your comments...mostly because you often leave me speechless. Your coloring and spotlighting showcase this image phenomenally!! What a gorgeous work of art!!

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  13. Wow, Ally, this is totally gorgeous and amazing! I agree - you have mastered watercoloring! Stunning card! And thanks for the wonderful "Silent Night" clip! LOVED IT! Hugs!

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  14. This is absolutely amazing, Ally. WoW!!!

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  15. You are such a gifted artist! Your card is gorgeous, Ally!

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Thanks for brightening my day. I read each and every comment.
Hugs,
Ally.