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10/12/2018

Fri 12

Nativity Frame: Blog Blitz
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hello , Marybeth here today!  Welcome to day two of the Poppystamps Blog Blitz! The design team sharing some of the new dies and stamps from Poppystamps . On this post I am (Dave) giving away this beautiful : Nativity Scene Sidekick 
Frame and Stencil   All you have to do for a chance to win is leave a comment on this post.

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I used my Wink of Stella shimmer pen on dark navy card stock. I first tried embossing, ink blending and glitter, I liked this one the best for Christmas. The stencil comes with this die!n


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 I ended up using many layers because I kept changing my mind on what color I wanted on top. I like all the layers!

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I blended a light yellow on the little papers behind the town.

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The Blog Blitz will be going on from October, 11 through the 21 . Last day to comment is the 23 of October.

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Comments

Wow, amazing die and stencil combo, I have never seen such a product before. Love the card from Marybeth, too!

Lovely Christmas card. Brilliant idea to use the Wink of Stella on the stencil. This card really says what Christmas is all about.

Wow this is beautiful!

This is a gorgeous card! The die and
stencil work so well together!

What a beautiful and unique die and stencil set! I love it! Your card is absolutely gorgeous, very very different to what we’re used to seeing in the card making world, I am truly in love! I love cutesy Christmas cards, but there’s something about the traditional ones that really makes my heart skip a beat... 😍

What a lovely card Marybeth! Love the shimmery starlight shining down on the Holy Family!

Such an elegant card! Love this frame & stencil set.

Just lovely and really says this is why we celebrate. Wink of Stella for the rays was genius. Thanks so much for sharing it.

simply stunning....what a beautiful nativity scence!

I love those rays shining down on Mary and Joseph and Baby Jesus. Just beautiful.

What a fabulous and beautiful card, Marybeth. Love this die and stencil combo.

OMG!! Your card is SIMPLY FABULOUS!! This set is DEFINITELY going on my wish list!! Thank you for the inspiration (and tips for pulling it together)!!

GORGEOUS!!! LOOOVE the sparkling rays of the star on the navy! WHAT A NICE TOUCH!!!! ;) AND the addition of the Bethlehem Stitched Die is a SUPER ADDITION to the Nativity Scene Sidekick Frame Die! SUPER JOB, Dave!!!! ;)

Absolutely amazing, just love these unique sets and the matching stencils! Your rays are stunning, definitely on my wish list!

The essence of Christmas, all in one card!
Poignant indeed.

Wow!!! How amazing card with the gorgeous Nativity scene and the sunrays!!! Love your layering!!I think it's just perfect having a kit with die and stencil, it's so useful!!!

Lovely Christmas Greeting.

A beautiful die/stencil combo! Love this card; it is simply gorgeous.

I don't have one of these
large die cut frames but
do want to get a couple.
Love the way the nativity
scene was put together.
thanks for sharing
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Wouldn't I love to win this! It's what Christmas is all about! Your card is lovely!

Beautiful traditional Christmas card. Thanks for the how-tos.

Wow! This is such a wonderful card!! I love all the Christmas dies and stamps you used to create it!!! The Nativity and Bethlehem Frame dies are going straight to the top of my wish list and I really love the Art Deco style font used for the sentiment stamps!! I think I 'need" those, too! :)

Lovely design and color choices. Using Wink of Stella is a wonderful addition to your card. Thanks for sharing.

Your card is so beautiful! I love the way the stencil adds to this die. Traditional Christmas cards are my favorites and I love that this one would be a good one to mass produce. Thank you for sharing!

Beautiful card with an elegant look!

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