I saw this card by Diana Nguyen years ago and it stuck with me. A dove is symbolic for Peace Christmas cards. I don't have any nice dove stamps or dies, but I just bought an angel die and thought it would pair nicely with the theme. Blue is my favourite colour, but since it's February and I was going for an angelic look, I used pink to create this.
Masked a strip down the left side of a stitched rectangle panel die cut from Bristol paper. Sponged the entire area with Pink Pirouette dye ink (retired). Positioned a sunburst stencil near the upper right corner and sponged Pretty Pink dye ink (retired) through it. Removed the stencil and added Pinkalicious dye ink around the edges. Mixed white acrylic paint with water and splattered for some texture.
The angel was die cut from scraps of Bristol paper three times and stacked for dimension. Peace was also die cut three times and stacked, but the third layer was die cut from silver foil paper. Assembled the card onto a white card base and clear shimmer was added to the angel for some sparkle to finish.
The challenge closes on February 24, so there is lots of time to play along. We have Linda W. of Scrappin', Stampin' & Singing joining us this month as our guest. To see more inspirations, head over to the challenge blog HERE. That does it for me. Thank you for visiting.
STAMPlorations - Never-ending Challenge (anything STAMPlorations Goes)
Merry Little Christmas - February Anything Christmas Goes
Watercooler Wednesday - Anything Goes
SSS Wednesday - Anything Goes
Alphabet Challenge - W is for Wings
Love to Craft - #31 February Anything Goes