An Angel for a Change

I’m back with another card, hower this time not Henry Mouse, but this adorable angel image from Whiff of Joy, designed by Elisabeth Bell. In my opinion, this is one of the most beautiful angel stamps  around and I knew from the moment I saw it that I just had to have it!

There’s a family member who collects angels, so I bought the stamp with this person in mind. I’ve also added a little angel charm; as with most charms, it was silver colored, which didn’t fit in with the style of the card, so I painted it with Crackle Paint (antique linen) and then went over it with distress ink (Tea Dye). The sticks are from an old Christmas decoration and I was thrilled to finally get to use one of the medallion flowers I bought whilst on vacation in the States.

CES – #15 Sketch
Sketchy Colors – #50 Brown & Cream
Wild Orchid Craft – #11 An old fashioned Christmas
Whiff of Joy – #93 Christmas without red or green
Papertake Weekly – Red and Green must not be seen
Simon Says – Christmas without red or green
Sparkle Creations -#1 2011 Monochromatic

Card Ingredients
Stamp: “Praying Angel”, Whiff of Joy
Copics Dress: E77,E74, E71 Skin: E11, E51, E00 Hair: Y35, Y26, Y11
Papers: “Victorian Classic”, Paper Cellar
Punch: Pine Branch Punch, Martha Stewart
Embellishments: Ribbon & Sticks (Stash) Trinket Medallion Flower (Maya Road) Flowers (WOC) Trumpet Angel Charm (the Hobby House)
Misc: Ranger’s Star Dust & Gold Stickles Glue, Tea Dye Distress Ink

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