Sunday, December 16, 2007

Gothic Arches Christmas Joy



27 comments:

Femmy said...

Beuatiful background and image ,Love it!!

Barbara said...

My goodness Caryl this is stunning. Everything is so well thought out and put together. Gorgeous.

herminesplace said...

Gorgeous!!

Stempelchaotin said...

This is absolutely brilliant. Really fabulous arch.

Jacqueline's Craft Nest said...

Absolutely stunning!

KardKrazy said...

This is really wonderful!

Yitte said...

Stunning. Love every detail.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

Caryl such a fabulous arch. I love all the details you put into it. I also am thinking about "Gloria" which is one Christmas song I have not heard yet this year!

Judy said...

What a wonderful arch!

~*~ Patty said...

Just beautiful!!! Your artwork is truly a delight!
~*~ Patty at Magpie's Nest
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spiralsun65 said...

Really great design; what a wonderful arch!

Myriame said...

Beautiful Arch

Sija said...

Wonderful arch!

Francoise said...

gorgeous arch !!!
love this

Mandy C said...

absolutely gorgeous arch. fantastic colours

Debby Harriettha said...

Caryl this is stunning. WOW!!!! I love this one.
Debby

friedaquilter said...

Another stunning arch, Caryl, and I love your Alphabetical pages. A timely reminder that action is needed on that front here too!

Barbara Hagerty said...

What a wonderful take on this theme: The children listening to the "Angels We Have Heard On High. . ."singing "Gloria In Excelsis. . ." Very Beautiful!

Mary-Beth said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

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Happy Holidays!

Kriss said...

I love how it looks like the little girls are peeking out to see the angel. It's very nice!

paru's_circle said...

cant stop looking at your beautiful arch

Karen Owen said...

Caryl, this is absolutely beautiful!

Karen

tchou said...

stunning arch!!

Jeri Aaron said...

I like your Christmas Joy arch - thanks for sharing with us.

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Cathy said...

Beautiful!

shirleymcc said...

I love all of the arches you did! The butterfly wing arch is one of my favorite things that you have ever done!

Kristin Hubick said...

I love all of your arches!