Saturday, 8 November 2014

Starry, Starry Night

I was a big fan of Don McLean in the 1970s  and have been singing "Vincent" all day, ever since I saw that the One Layer Challenge at Less is More this week is "Starry Starry Night"

For this card I've used a snow scene stamp from an unmounted sheet made many years ago by Trish Bayley (I've lost touch with Trish, does anyone know if she is around in blogland anywhere?), adding some stamped stars and a starry Christmas greeting, all on a midnight blue base card. I stamped them all in white, then made a few dots with a Versamark pen - they could represent more distant stars, or snow, or both! - and embossed the whole lot in white. A little holographic glitter glue to give the stars some sparkle and the card is finished. The glitter glue looks gold here - that's because it's such a dark, gloomy day that even with the card on the windowledge I had to use flash which has reflected off it.

As well as Less Is More #197 - Starry Starry Night I'm also sharing this card with
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge #202 - Keep It Flat
Completely Christmas Challenge #37 - Anything Goes with a Twist.... Let's See Some Blue


  1. I thought of Vincent too. Fab card love the scene you created.
    Lynn x

  2. Thank you so much for entering our Completely Christmas challenge 37 with your lovely crafting, also for sharing for CHNC challenge 202 - we hope we'll see you again soon, Hazel, DT - you could also enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for November - I'd love to see it there too. x

  3. Super - love your touch of twinkle


  4. Super simplicity, great one layer card!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  5. Loving your fab design, super LIM card !

  6. This just jumped out at me from the gallery, I love the sketchy images...fab!

  7. Super card I'm singing! Carol x

  8. Stylish stamp and classy card Jane, love it! I think Sarah came up with the theme along with a few other song titles, we're all singing along now!
    Thanks so much for your LIM entry
    Less is More Designer

  9. WOW! A stunning one layer card Jane.
    Love the image and the classy dark cardstock sets the images off perfectly
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

  10. love that christmas card so much



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