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Bubbbly Scrumptious October Challenge

The challenge this month over at Bubbly Scrumptious is Angels, anything as long as it's angel themed. I've made a card, to continue with my crafting frenzy of cards. i love this stamp but don't use it. What's that all about? It was a great excuse to break out the copics again, who needs an excuse? It's lovely and glittery and I think for once you can see where I added the glitter, the wings are the highlight. I coloured the wings on the stamped image in a bright yellow, the stamped the wings twice onto vellum and cut them out. I them coloured the back of one set with the brigit yellow copic and left the other one clean. Then I layered the coloured vellum wings onto the stamped image, only sticking the centre of the wings down, and topped them with the clear wings. I then folded the wings back for some dimension. It's given a really soft effect that I will use again.


Lynda said…
Amazing wings - love it!

Lynda xxx
Boo said…
Beautiful. I love the wings.
Karen said…
Awe the wings are fabulous Kathy!!! Thank you for joining us at BS challenges again...good luck with the draw XXX
Janice said…
What a great take on the challenge!
Kaz said…
That's lovely, the way you have done the wings is fab. Thanks for joining in this month. xx
Caroline said…
Thats a really pretty card.
Thanks for taking part in the challenge!

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