Angel Stamp

Good Evening! Sharon Traynor has some beautiful inspiration for you today, featuring our gorgeous Angel stamp and Strobes stencil with lots of glitter…


Hi!

I’ve gone all sparkly today! Well…. it is getting pretty close to the ‘Sparkly Season’ isn’t it?


angel - Christmas card



I couldn’t resist making a card full of glitter and sparkle because the theme for this months challenge in the Visible Image FaceBook Group is ‘Make it Sparkle’.  We love you to share the gorgeous things you make with your Visible Image stamps with us in that group, and there is great prize for the winner. So, if you haven’t requested to join that group yet…..what are you waiting for? Head over and join in with us.


I have 2 versions of this card to show you, one where the angel is black and one where the angel is white. I’d love to know which one you like the best.


This is a 6 second video showing the sparkles:



Here’s the details for this card …

 
Texture comes from the card stock that I used: Hopsack card for the base and linen for the angel.


Techniques used:

  • The double Glitter Technique
  • Ink Blending
  • Heat Embossing



Stamps and Stencil Used:


     angel stamp        hands stamps


   strobes - rays - stencil


A step-by-step for this card


Die cut a circle in a piece of A5 hopsack card and blend distress inks from the lightest around the circle to the darkest at the outside edges.

Let this completely dry then heat emboss the Angel word in white embossing powder.

Stamp the circles from ‘You Are Not Alone’ in Picket Fence, Broken China and Chipped Sapphire distress inks.

Die cut some double sided adhesive sheet with the same large circle die. Remove one side of the backing and centre the ‘Strobes’ stencil onto it. Take the blue glitter and pour some onto the stencil and work it into the adhesive with your fingers. Remove the stencil and add the white glitter to the adhesive sheet in the same way.

angel stamp - card



Die cut a small circle into the centre of the adhesive sheet – small enough to be hidden behind the angel, but large enough to take some foam squares.

Stick the ombre background onto a card blank and then remove the other part of the double sided adhesive sheet and adhere that into the opening.

Heat emboss the angel image onto linen card stock with a sparkly black embossing powder and fussy cut it out. Stick 3d foam pads to the back so that they stick to the card and not the glitter.



Here is an alternative version with the angel in white..

angels stamp - white embossing



Other Supplies Used:

Spellbinders Circle Dies (large), Distress Inks (tumbled glass, broken china, faded jeans, chipped sapphire, picket fence), Versamark clear ink, WOW! embossing powders (opaque bright white, black twinkle embossing glitter), double sided adhesive sheet, white and blue glitters, foam squares.
For the white angel I used WOW! Sparkling Snow embossing glitter. Papermill Direct Hopsack and Linen card.

 

Don’t forget to let me know which version you like best… the white angel or the black one.

Hugs,
Sharon xx




Wow! What incredible cards! Thank you Sharon, they are so super sparkly and utterly gorgeous! ♡ We love them both.. it is far to hard to choose a favourite!

You will find more of Sharon’s inspiring cards over on her blog.

 

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