Wednesday, December 25, 2019

For unto you is born

this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord!!!

Our most precious gift we could ever be given is Jesus coming down to live among us, showing us how to live our lives and then saving us from our sins and giving us eternal life with him!!

I hope you all enjoy the day with family and friends and take out the time to reflect on that first Christmas gift that was given to us so many years ago, the gift of our Savior!!

I stamped my Nativity with gold embossing powder inside my poinsettia die, then thought it would look nice with some embossing around the flower also, adding it to my diecut leaves also.

I am sharing this today with Flower challenge blog the challenge is to use a die.

Spellbinders - Nested Poinsettia die Bitty Blossom leaves die
Inkadinkado - Christmas season stamp set w/gold embossing
Paper Studio - Cozy Christmas paper

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!!



Beth Norman-Roberts said...

A very Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Your card is lovely with the red and black plaid. How clever to stamp your nativity scene in the flower. Lovely.

Gra├ža Gamito said...

I very much appreciate your reference to the birth of that boy we are celebrating today - our Little Jesus.
Me too with my 5 children and 9 grandchildren we are meeting at family party
Your postcard is beautiful. The application of gold dust gives it a lot of light
I wish you a Holy and Merry Christmas

April said...

What a clever idea for your card. I am thankful God made a wonderful plan to save us by sending Jesus. I hope you had a blessed Christmas.

Debbie said...

gorgeous connie, i hope you had a wonderful christmas!! son is still here, i'm not sure if i will be blogging, we are "working" on a puzzle and it's getting intense!! hehehehehe

Kim said...

Jesus is the most precious gift of all, isn't he. A beautiful post Connie filled with thoughts that warm our hearts. I must say the nativity scene on your card is lovely. I hope your Christmas Day was a blessed one, Connie.

Monika/Buzsy said...

A day too late, but wishing you merry CHRISTmas Connie! Hope you had a blessed celebration! I love the nativity scene embossed with gold. Very classy!

Leslie Miller said...

I hope you had a beautiful Christmas, Connie. What a pretty and clever idea for your card. Hugs and happy new year!

Lowcarb team member said...

I do like your nativity scene card.
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas :)

All the best Jan