I've made a 5 1/4" square easel card using SU! Night of Navy CS. The patterned paper on the bottom of the card is from a 6" x 6" paper pad called - very appropriately - 'Silent Night'. It's hard to tell from the photo but the paper has a gorgeous silver foiled pattern. To make my sky I positioned my mountain/valley stencil so it masked the bottom portion of the white panel and I dusted Tumbled Glass Distress Ink first. I then applied a 1 1/2" punched circle as a moon mask and I dusted more Tumbled Glass ink, followed by Broken China, Faded Jeans and Dusty Concord inks.
I moved the stencil down and and dusted Tumbled Glass ink along the top edge of the stencil and repeated that further down the panel to make my snow banks. I then stamped the pine trees - using full strength Night of Navy ink for the larger trees and second generation stamping for the smaller trees in the background. I stamped the sentiment and birds and edged the panel with Tumbled Glass and Faded Jeans inks applied with sponge daubers. I added some Star Dust Stickles to the snow banks and the largest tree and once that was dry I matted onto a Night of Navy panel followed by a Silver Glimmer Paper panel. I glued that in place and popped up the pine trees circle element to act as the easel stop.
Here's a closer peek at the scene panel where you can see the sparkle.
Here's the bottom of the card with a sentiment panel and the stamped and inked envelope front.
Stamps: Inkylicious 'Northern Pine' & 'Take Flight' sets, 'Peace on Earth' from SU! 'Greetings of the Season' set, Penny Black 'Beautiful Season'
CS: SU! Night of Navy, & Whisper White, Silver Glimmer Paper
Patterned paper: First Edition 'Silent Night' 6" x 6" pad
Ink: Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Faded Jeans & Dusty Concord Tim Holtz Distress Inks, SU! Night of Navy
Tools: Inkylicious ink duster brushes & mountain/valley stencil, 1 1/2", 1 3/4" & 2" circle punches, Stamp-a-ma-jig, sponge daubers
Embellishments & accessories: Star Dust Stickles, SU! Dimensionals