Thursday, 4 December 2014

Holiday Inspiration Group - 12 Days of Christmas - DAY 4




Welcome to Day 4 of the 12 Days of Holiday Inspiration Blog Event brought to you by "The Inspiration Crew".  We’re a group of online crafty blog friends who love being creative. This time we're doing a 12-day event to provide you with tons of Holiday Inspiration.

This is another simple card I made 24 times for my Church Christmas Card project. I used a Stampin' Up Angel stamped in Smoky Slate, a Stampabilities sentiment stamped in Versafine Onyx and embossed with clear embossing powder. I finished it with some dots of silver Stickles. To save paper, I created the black border by running a thick marker around the edge of the paper.

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17 comments:

  1. I love the slightly distress feel of this angel. Beautiful as always.

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  2. The bold sentiment is so striking, and I love the angel.

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  3. Lovely card.I would have never known that you used a marker to go around the edge. It looks perfect!

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  4. Awesome hand drawn border....and soooooooo straight! Love the swirly sentiment and the stickles!!!

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  5. So pretty - love the CAS look.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  6. So gorgeous! This is such a great classical Christmas card.

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  7. Beautiful card Ardyth! I love how simple and clean it is but yet so elegant and beautiful. Hugs, Brenda

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  8. This is a really beautiful card. The embossing came out perfect and I would never have known that you drew the black around the card front!Love it:)

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  9. This is beautiful and I like the touch of silver you added with the dots!

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  10. Love the saying
    and the embossing.
    So very lovely.
    Carla from Utah

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  11. Wonderful--I like the angel stamped in slate.

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  12. Fabulous, Ardyth ... that bold, Stickles enhanced sentiment is so striking (and beautiful with the angel!). Great border ... I do the same thing with a marker pen ... it's always a pitter patter moment! Anita :)

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  13. Awesome sentiment, love the distressed angel.

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  14. Stunning angel and I love your bits of bling under the r in rejoice. So beautiful Ardyth.

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