|Shepherds Keeping Watch...|
I made the scene from 5 different "blocks." For the "Bethlehem" block, we coated it in paint and pressed the cards onto it. For the animals, I simply stamped them on the cards using an ink pad.
Here are some of the other block prints that my sisters made. My one sis made these first three and used them to make gift tags.
My other sis made these cute houses and paired them with some tree stamps and a water-colored background for her cards. Really cute!
It was a lot of fun. But I definitely need more practice! It would be fun to make your own wrapping paper using plain brown paper and a homemade stamp. Maybe next year!
Merry Christmas from Pooch Smooches! Or Happy Chanukah or Happy Festivus or Merry Whatever-You-Celebrate!
See you in the new year!
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These came out really well, they are so unique!ReplyDelete
That is a really fun idea! You and your sisters sure come up with fun projects!ReplyDelete
These are so cool! I am very impressed. I have always wanted to try block printing - though I have a bad habit of buying craft supplies and then never following through!ReplyDelete
Those are so cute!! Hee Hee forced crafting.....ReplyDelete
I love that card and that fox is SOOOO adorable. Hope you and your family have a safe and joyous holiday. Give Rita hugs from Booker T and Cass.ReplyDelete
It must be fun to have sisters to do projects with even if it is forced crafting. :-)ReplyDelete
I love the way they turned out. It looks like fun too. Win/win!ReplyDelete
Cute, and very creative.ReplyDelete
VEry cool! Mom is looking forward to more crafty time after retirementReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
I love your forced crafting! You are a talented bunch!ReplyDelete
Merry, Merry, Happy, Happy!! Enjoy your holiday season!
terrific! Love them! Hi Rita!ReplyDelete
I love stamping. But you're right. It does take a lot of practice! Mine tend to be wobbly at the edges. I'm an endless fidgeter, and I can't hold still even while stamping!ReplyDelete
Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie
Those are pretty! What fun! Merry Christmas to you too!ReplyDelete
That looks awesome! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Happy Holidays :)
These are great! Merry Christmas to you all.ReplyDelete
She's very talented! MERRY CHRISTMAS!ReplyDelete
You ladies make the cutest stuff! Merry Christmas!!ReplyDelete
Pawsome job on the forced craft session! You guys are so clever. Sam, Elsa and I wish you and yours all the greetings of the season. Feliz Navidog!ReplyDelete
hello pooch smooches its dennis the vizsla dog hay shepherds do like to keep watch dont they??? trixie wuz part shepherd and she cud watch the hill for howrs just like the shepherds in yore artwurks ar dooing!!! mary krismas to yoo frum us!!! ok byeReplyDelete
Those are really great. Merry Christmas to you!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards!! Have a great holiday season!ReplyDelete