Monday, October 3, 2016

JustRite Nativity Sentiments Clear Stamps - New Release!

Hi everyone, popping in here quick to show you a card I made using one of the new September releases from JustRite Papercraft.

As soon as I saw this stamp set, with the silhouette of Bethlehem, I was really drawn to it.  First of all, I love stamping silhouette stamps.  I love being able to get a super rich coverage using VersaFine Onyx Black Ink.  

For this card, I cut a rectangle pattern slightly smaller than A2, I #distressink the heavens in #PeacockFeathers and #BlackSoot on the very edges (lightly).  I added some little dots with my white gell pen for the stars, but the main star is in the stamp set, and I white heat embossed it to really make it stand out. On the bottom 1/2" or so, I distressed in #TeaDye ink for the sand.

I cut a panel about an inch wide and stamped my cityscape on it.  I lightly copic colored the windows to make it look like a glow from a flame.  I mounted that panel on some black cardstock and popped it up.  Lastly I added a few clear sequins.  

I just love the simplicity of this scene!  I'm linking the shop here, so you can check out all the latest products!  Thanks for stopping!

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I entered this card in the following challenges:

Word Art Wednesdays Anything Goes Challenge
SSS Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes


  1. This is a simple and powerful scene. I like silhouette stamps but can't get them to come out with a darn, so I just admire others work with them.

    1. Judy, before I had my my stamping tool, with the hinged lid that allows multi impressions, I was the same way. That thing is a lifesaver!

  2. Wow, very evocative. You've really captured a real atmosphere on this card - amazing.
    Thanks for playing along at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Caryn xxx

  3. This is awesome! Love the gradient background, the scattering of stars and the simple silhouette! So glad you shared your art at WAW. May God bless you in a special way this week.
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