For this stunning sentiment, I wanted to keep the layout very simple . . .
. . . a watercolor wash in three misty colors, sparkly white embossed vellum, and a few crystal stars comprised most of the artwork. Although many have had trouble with vellum warping when it's embossed, I'm happy to report that Stampin' Up's brand of vellum gave me no trouble at all.
I do follow the prevailing advice, however: let the heat gun warm up for about 10 seconds before aiming at the embossing powder. This will keep the vellum's contact with the high heat to a minimum and reduce the chances of warping.
Cardstock: Generic Textured White, Stampin’ Up Vellum
Stamps: Wordsworth “Christ has made . . .”, Outlines Star
Inks: ColorBox Frost White
Emb Powder: Judikins White Diamonds
Watercolors: Gansai Tambi Purple, Blue, Cornflower Blue
Doo Dads: Pilot Silver Marker, Stamp Oasis Heat & Stick Powder,
Past Time Stamps Ultra Fine Glitter, EK Success