Thursday, October 25, 2012

Make Room For Him





Mo Manning has a new raggedy image and she is so cute. I just had to give her a color. I also merged her with a Mo Manning winter window. I actually merged two windows with the image for these cards. I think I might have gone a little over the edge with the sparkles but I was having too much fun sprinkling glitter, I didn't want to stop. I also added Stickles to the windows to make my the icicles stand out. Once I had that done, I decided a bit of liquid glass to the windows was just the ticket. With all the glue and the liquid glass my paper curled. Once I flattened it the liquid glass cracked. I think it looks like frost on the windows? What do you think? My sentiment was af freebie and I am sorry, as I don't know who to give credit for it. I really love the thought and it is a good reminder for all of us this holiday season. just two fun cards to add to my Christmas stash.

My Song: "No Room"
No room in the inn
No beautiful chamber, no soft cradle bed,
No place but a manger, nowhere for His head;
No praises of gladness, no thought of their sin,
No glory but sadness, no room in the inn.
No room, no room, for Jesus,
O give Him welcome free,
Lest you should hear at Heaven's gate,
"There is no room for thee."


5 comments:

Amanda R said...

Geez, these are both gorgeous, don't know if I could pick one over the other. And I think the glitter and the frosted glass are perfect for these images. Absolutely lovely Patty!

Angélique said...

I saw this image on Mo's blog and I love her. Also the frosted glass...... absolutely lovely
Angelique

Angélique said...

I saw this image on Mo's blog and I love her. Also the frosted glass...... absolutely lovely
Angelique

Lisa M said...

Gorgeous details! This is like looking into a snowglobe and taking in all the wonderful wintery wonderland. Your details amaze me!

Marilyn said...

These are beautiful and I love how you've merged the images. The liquid glass is brilliant and it looks just like a window. I love all the glitter and sparkle... you can never, ever have too much sparkle... never!