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Bling Angels

The challenge over at Winter Wonderland this week is Glittery Angels and at Christmas Stamping it is to bling it up I've made so many cards using red, white and blue that I have decided to go with a different colour combination. I also didn't want to use predictable Christmas colours, so here I go with greens & blues. Unfortunately the photo doesn't show the glittering angel, I used a Brilliance inkpad and stardust embossing powder on her. I also edged each of the matts with stickles. I have often said we need a camera that shows the glitter, this one really sparkles, even the green card base is pearlesent.

Comments

downrightcrafty said…
This is a gorgeous card, with a perfect image and one that I am warming too every time I see it. Love the variation of colours used across the stamp
thank you for joining us this week at Winter Wonderland
Hugs Kate xx
Danielle said…
Beautiful card Kathy! I love how simple it is with the variation of ink colour on the angel really taking the focus! Love the big bow too! Thanks for joining us at Winter Wonderland!
Hugs, Danielle
The Wired Angel said…
Lovely card, Kathy. I have this image and have to try this technique. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Christmas Stampin. Peggy x
Maria said…
Wonderful job on your card! I love all the blings that you added . . .very pretty. Thank you for playing along with us at Christmas Stampin All Year Long. Hope you'll play along with us again this week.

Maria

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