I created this holiday bookmark using Photoshop. The small hole at the top is to attach an optional tassel or ribbon. This would also look nice printed out on inkjet-printable acetate to produce a faux stained glass effect. If so, you must back the image with a backing of either white glossy paper or foiled paper (gold or silver) for a more opulent effect.
I know you posted this almost a year ago, but as soon as I saw it, I knew I wanted to use it for one of my Christmas card patterns! My two sisters, mother, and I get together on the first weekend of November to make cards (so your posting on the 10th last year was just a little bit too late!).
I separated the bottom part of your bookmark so I could enlarge it and use it as the sentiment on the inside of my card. Then I created a mirror image of Mary & Joseph, and printed all three on tranparency film.
I backed them with heavy duty foil, and used them in the following card.
Thank you SO MUCH for such a wonderful Christmas image!
Glad you were able to make use of my artwork. Hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday season!
If you would like more of my artwork for your card designs check out my other creations at my Flickr gallery. Go to /photos/34073477@N08/
Does anyone do quilling? It is a paper craft using various sized strips of paper and twilled (quilled), then glued onto paper for a 3-D pictures. I would show you some of mine, but I don't know how to get a picture of it onto this website. I still have to take the picture and get it onto the computer. My craft knowledge is much more than my computer knowledge!
Below the box where you type a reply to this thread, there is a phrase "Upload Images to your reply" and under that is a box that says "Choose a File." Click that to get started adding pictures from your computer.
But if you are going to post about quilling, you might want to start a new thread in the Scrapbooking forum because it's a new topic. I would really like to see your creations!
Edited to say:
It looks like someone already started a quilling thread!