I’m sorry I’m a little late in blogging about Elzybells Third Challenge, but here it is now. As you can see, there is another gorgeous sketch by Jeanne to follow. For my card I used the beautiful Bethlehem stamp, which really is a joy to colour. I used Promarkers, in natural and jewel shades, to colour in the walls and roofs of the buildings. After colouring, I cut out the town and attached it to a circle of black card, onto which I had stamped and embossed the star from the original stamp. The smaller stars were made by dotting a white gel pen lightly on to the black ‘sky’. This was then mounted onto a scalloped circle of metallic blue card, which was cut out using a Nestabilities die. I covered part of the white linen-look card with a starry background paper, and added paper lace and grosgrain ribbons in gold and black. The sentiment used is also from Elzybells, and this was stamped, embossed and matted onto a scrap of the blue metallic card, then added to the main card. Finally, I attached the Bethlehem circle to the card with 1mm foam squares, and attached a silver star brad to the corner of the sentiment matt.