Sunday, January 27, 2019

For Unto Us a Child is Born


My cousin, Sandie, is a guest designer over at Watercooler Wednesdays, and their challenge is to make a card for Holidays Around the World. I'm trying hard to get ahead on my Christmas cards for this year and so I decided to have a play along at the challenge. And to use those Copics I just bought too. Couldn't bring myself to make more than one of these cards but am pleased with how it turned out!

Happy creating friends!  Going ahead and posting this right after I posted another card as the challenge is up soon!


9 comments:

Darnell said...

This is beautiful, Lynn! I love that the verse is the star of the card and your pretty Copic borders outline it perfectly. Reminds me of old-fashioned embroidery, which I love! Hugs, Darnell

Gerrina said...

Wow great work to start your christmascards this early! And a beautiful fresh one! Hugs, Gerrina

Karen Brown said...

What a beautiful Christmas card. Your card is so delicate and lovely! Very special. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday!

Donna Scholz said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely Christmas card with us at Watercooler Wednesday, Lynn. It it NEVER too early to start making your holiday cards!!! Your colors are so soft and lovely... did you use a stencil, or color stamps with the Copics? Again, thanks for sharing! -Donna

Bobby said...

I have this set and it needs some love, Lynn. I love the black frame around the sentiment panel and your Copic coloring looks wonderful.

Lisa Elton said...

I love every little thing about this Lynn!

Happy Dance said...

It's a lovely Christmas card, Lynn. Well done with your coloring, too!! The simplicity of your design really lets the sentiment take center stage. Sweet card. Hope you're doing well. Bev

Kath Ricks said...

Your border is perfect for the verse you have used! Thanks for joining the challenge at Watercooler Wednesday!

Heidi Weaver said...

Hi Lynn, I'm so glad your cousin inspired you to participate in our challenge. And what a gorgeous card you've created for the challenge, too! I love the simplicity and those lovely clear colours for your borders, top and bottom. A perfect start for your next Christmas collection of cards. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this Week.