Recently I purchased this beautiful silhouette Nativity stamp.  Couldn’t wait to make a few cards with it.

The first card uses a couple of different designer papers from My Mind’s Eye “Oliver” collection.  A COPIC Spica Glitter Pen was used to color the Christ child’s halo.

On this second card, the image was stamped directly onto the designer paper.

A Paper Crimper was used across the bottom of the card for some added interest and dimension.

With designer paper used as a background, the third card has a simple design.

Just for fun, little black rhinestones were added to the embossed scallop.

On the fourth and final card the image was again stamped directly onto the designer paper.

Slowly but surely my Christmas cards are getting done!  Just a little more time left.  Happy Crafting!

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Card 1
Stamps: Stampendous “Manger Scene”; Rubber Soul “O Holy Night”
Papers: PTI Blueberry Sky and Vintage Cream; My Mind’s Eye “Oliver”
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; COPIC Spica Glitter Pen
Accessories: Rhinestone

Card 2
Stamps: Stampendous “Manger Scene”; Rubber Soul “O Holy Night”
Papers: SU Kraft and Basic Black; Lilybee Design “Jingle”
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Fiscars Paper Crimper; KaiserCraft Pearl; Twine

Card 3
Stamps: Stampendous “Manger Scene”
Papers: PTI Vintage Cream and Pinefeather; Lilybee Design “Handmade”
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Rhinestones; Raffia; Sizzix Adorning Accents Embossing Folder

Card 4
Stamps: Stampendous “Manger Scene”; Rubber Soul “Merry Christmas”
Papers: PTI Select White; SU Not Quite Navy; Lilybee Design “Handmade”
Inks: SU Not Quite Navy
Accessories: Glitter Tape; Rhinestone

18 Responses to “One Image * Four Cards”

  1. These are all gorgeous! TFS!

  2. Great image and a great set of cards!

  3. Love all the different ways you used the same stamp! Lovely!

  4. Beautiful silhouette and wonderful set of cards!

  5. Those are so beautiful. I particularly like the stamping on pattern paper.

  6. Beautiful cards! I have this stamp – thanks for the inspiration!

  7. Susan, these are beautiful Christmas cards. Wonderful combinations of colors, layouts and gorgeous details.

  8. One is more beautiful than the other.

  9. I likewise love them all Susan. But – my favorite is the one with the scallop embossed border & little rhinestones. It’s simply beautiful!

  10. These are just fantastic, I love how the same stamp can look so different, I will have to say the second is my favorite, I just think the stamping on the designer paper and the kraft gives it such a great look and the crimping is a cool touch too!

  11. I love the versatility of silhouette images, and you’ve made some beautiful cards! I love the use of raffia, and need to pull mine out and use it!

  12. lovely image and great group of cards! I think the green is my fave. 🙂

  13. These are wonderful. It’s always great to see how you can use one stamp set in different ways. My favorite is the last one.

  14. Oh Susan!! These are just fabulous!! I think I need this stamp. 😉

  15. These are beautiful. I love seeing the same image done in different ways. Very nice!

  16. Beautiful, love the focus on the star!

  17. I KNEW I should have bought that stamp…LOVE your cards!

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