Tuesday, November 10, 2009

DoodleFactory Nativity Set

This weekend I finally got to play with the sweet figures of the DoodleFactory Nativity set from Starving Artistamps. (you can click on the pictures to get a larger view.)

This first card is an Easel Card—I got the technique from the Technique Lover’s Challenge  (#242) on SplitCoastStampers.

DF Away in a Manger

Stamps:DoodleFactory O Holy Night set and Christmas Nativity Sentiments from Starving Artistamps;

Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Frayed Burlap, Antique Linen and Tea Dye;  StazOn Jet Black;

Papers: Cardstock: Prism; DP: Making Memories;

Other Items: Martha Stewart Border Punch; brad; ribbon; foam tape; Colored pencils;

DF Kings Card

DF Kings Close

Stamps: DoodleFactory O Holy Night set from Starving Artistamps;

Paper: Prism cardstock and DCWV dp;

Ink: StazOn Jet Black and Tim Holtz Distress Ink-Antique Linen.

Other Items: Pencils; Stickles; Liquid Pearls; Jewels/Pearls (from Kaiser Craft and Basic Grey); Foam Tape; Spellbinders dies; Diamond Glaze (Judikins);

On the king on the right I “Stickled” his bottle then I applied Diamond Glaze over the top of it (when the Stickles were dry).  I really like the effect.

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DoodleFactory said...

Wow Juliana, you did a fabulous job with these. The effect on the bottles is great, and kudos on successfully photographing a glitter effect (I can never make my sparkly things sparkle for the camera).

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Jules these are wonderful. I Love the easel card.

dpkennedy said...

Your cards are all so cute! Love the first nativity scene! Joseph does look a bit surprised though, lol!

TexasGrammy said...

Oh how sweet, Juliana! The easel style seems like the perfect way to set the stage for this nativity. The 3 little kings are adorable! Well done, sweet lady!


Candy said...

Both cards are wonderful Jules!! Love the sparkle on the bottles and the use of all the gems and pearls!!

Joan Ervin said...

This is sooo adorable, Jules...the nativity set is precious and so beautifully colored!!! The easel card is such a great design and the background sentiment stamp is perfect for that sweet little scene!!!!