Sunday, 17 May 2015

MCV2, OLCCC9 - Angel


This is my card for our second Muse: ChristmasVisions challenge, where DT member Chriss Blagrave has given us this inspiration:





and also for the current One Layer Christmas Card Challenge, which is 'anything goes' with angel as an optional twist.




I used Chriss' layout and a similar colour scheme - my golden Artful Stamper angel and Verve sentiment are embossed using 'Gold Pearl' embossing powder. To keep the card one-layer and to incorporate the teal of Chriss' inspiration, I sponged a strip of Tumbled Glass.


16 comments:

Anita in France said...

Thud! Chin hitting floor moment, Ardyth ... stunning, simply stunning, my friend! Bisous, Anita :)

Kim M said...

This is beautiful, Ardyth! I love that angel stamp! I really like the gold pearl embossing powder you used and that strip of sponged blue ink is great. So happy to see you playing along with us again over at OLCCC. :-)

Lynn said...

Stunning. Love the soft inking.

sunshinelouisiana said...

So love the swirls in that gorgeous Angel! And need to know where you got that awesome EP!
Hugs!

Brenda said...

Wow, what a stunning card Ardyth! I love that beautiful angel and I love your sponging using tumbled glass. The embossed gold makes it all shine! Hugs, Brenda

Jenni's Jems said...

Love the flowing lines of your angel such a classy and elegant card !x

Geri said...

STUNNING & BREATHTAKING!!!

...no more needs to be said!

Chriss Blagrave said...

Yes...stunning! Yes...striking! Yes...a classic beauty!

Lindsey said...

This is stunning, Ardyth! The gold is perfect with the sponged panel.

Brandi said...

This is stunning!

Tenia Nelson said...

GASP!! WOW!! This card is AWESOME!!!

Susan Joyce said...

So soft and pretty, lovely one layer card. Thanks for joining us again this week.

Bobby said...

So beautiful, Ardyth. I love that angel stamp.

Amy Seigler said...

Beautiful card!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love this! It would totally fit with the latest CAS(E) This Sketch, too...

Ingrid said...

Gorgeous Ardyth - love the softness of it. :)