Today we have A very Special Word Art Wednesday Challenge and Blog Hop, with prizes!
For the next month we will have a blog hop with a wonderful prize from each blog - Here is the one from my blog by Emma's Paperie
How fun would this be to win!!
All you have to do is leave a comment on my blog and a random draw will be done!
I will announce the winner, ask for a mailing address, and then the prize will be mailed out.
Don't worry I will contact you privately!
For more prizes and great things to win, hop to these blogs:
enjoy the hop and all the eye candy along the way!
Our beautiful verse this week, so perfect for this time of the year:
What an amazing event, can you imagine being there? Being a part of the Birth of the savior?
I made my card with an old master's public domain image by Jacob Jordaens the elder,
from the 17th century
I printed this with the actual frame, It is in the Bristol Museum and under conservation.I love the Masters' vison of the Scriptures.
The verse is printed on vellum.
I hope during this tumultuous time you are turning to the savior for peace and direction and can rejoice in God our Saviour!
Thahk you for stopping by and join in the blog hop fun! I look forward to your comments and sending off the prize from my blog.
What a great way to incorporate scripture!! Merry Christmas!
This is stunning work with that masterpiece print you located and that fine frame that goes with the original - the verse is fitting and the art is stunning! TFS and for the hop - may you have a blessed New Year and very Merry CHRISTmas! Blessings
What a beautiful piece! Very important time of the year? May you be blessed and be a blessing. Merry Christmas!
What a great way to use this week's word art! Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas, and may you have a happy and blessed 2021!
Beautiful piece. So heart warming.
What a beautiful way to use the scripture! Merry Christmas!!!
It's so wonderful!
Happy holidays! ⛄
Wow, what an amazing card! Love the vellum Scripture over this beautiful artwork- perfect for the Real Reason for the Season! I hope you have a Merry Christmas and blessed 2021- hugs!
What a fabulous idea! I love that painting, and the scripture printed on vellum pairs so perfectly. How very creative. Wishing you a blessed Christmas!
Beautiful project! I love the rich colors and the verse printed onto the vellum!
What a nice treat to have a drawing, I just love the stamps!!!!! Your project is beautiful - I love the scripture
What a great idea!! This beautiful picture really illustrates the Scripture verse so well!
What a stunning and beautiful image you have used! And of course, the scripture is perfect with it. So lovely. Merry Christmas to you & your family!
Gorgeous card and so rich and stunning. Perfect with the added scripture.
Eu achei maravilhoso!!!
This is such a beautiful card and I love that you used the scripture verse on vellum and combined it with this Old Masters painting. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones!
Ginny: Your combination of this image of an antique masterpiece with the vellum Scripture about Emmanuel makes for a perfect CHRISTmas card! You've definitely made this a Christ-focused greeting card! --Becca
Very creative, Ginny! Thanks for sharing.
What a great scene and beautiful message! Merry Christmas and Happy New year!
Love your beautiful card. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Great way to add text and not distract from the gorgeous image.
Beautiful project. Happy Holidays.
Ginny, I love printing verses on vellum, so appreciate how you added one to a beautiful work of art! (I also cannot imagine what it was like on that history changing night. But am so very thankful that it happened!)TFS from Kathy A at https://myasperations.blogspot.com/
Glorious depiction of this most wonderful event, the vellum sentiment is perfect! Christ's birth and work is such a precious gift, we have so much to be grateful for.
That's a cool idea! Happy 2021!
Simply beautiful card
What a beautiful painting to use with this week's verse!! Thank you for all of the blog hop fun and treasures!!
stunning, I love it!
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