Good Evening, we have a very special project from Veerle Moreels to share with you here on the blog today…
Many people are looking forward to Christmas and New Year’s eve. And why not, they are supposed to be lovely evenings shared with our loved ones. But sadly enough so many people also miss a lot of people on those days. Because they are (far) away due to obligations, or not being able to get together or even more sadly because they have passed away. And when it’s your first Christmas without that loved one… I can tell you that are hard and sad times.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t think of them, or think of all those special memories that keep them alive inside our heart.
So I made this altered bottle using the beautiful Visible Image stamps…
I have laid down the stars using golden metal foil… my beloved stars are the brightest on the nights sky after all.
And what would we be without some hope. My hope to see them again whenever time want’s me to…
I also went ahead and made a little card to go with the bottle as these words just say it all. But you can go and just sent it to share a little bit of love with someone of which you know that Christmas will be a hard time this year.
What an incredible project ♡ Thank you Veerle.
The texture and all the gorgeous detail on the bottle is so beautiful. The angel wings are perfect with this heartfelt sentiment too ♡
You’ll find more stunning projects over on Veerle’s blog.
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