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Angels Heard on High Card

Updated: Aug 18, 2022

Welcome Digi Divas- thanks for stopping by! I have a new Christmas Card tutorial to share with you using my new Heard on High Digi Set . After having to rush to complete all my cards last Christmas, I decided to start early this year! I had so much fun creating this adorable card- hope you do too! Are you ready? Here we go...

Suggested card size: 7"x5"


Hammermill® 100 lb. White Coverstock E11, E15, E07 - Red Hair

DCWV® - Luna Premium Stack E30, E35, E57, E59 - Hair

Mirrored Gold Cardstock (7"x5") E50, E51, E53, R01 - Skin

7"x5" Cardbase N0, N1, N2, N3 - Robes

Gold Star Sequins - Varying sizes RV32, E02 - Mouths

VersaMagic® - Aegean Blue YR20, YR21, YR24 - Hair

WeR® Banner Flag Dies YR20, YR21, YR24, E34, E42 - Books

Foam® Tape

Tear-ific® Tape

Dimensional® Glue

To start- size the main image to

5"x3-3/4" and center in one half of the page as shown. Copy and paste onto the second half. Select a sentiment, size to about 3".

Print on Hammermill® 100lb. White Coverstock.

Color both images as desired. I chose to use Copic® Markers to color mine. The colors I used are listed above.

Fussy cut both images as shown.

Apply Foam® Tape to the front of one of the main images as shown. Align and adhere second image on top of the first image.

Apply Foam® Tape to the back side of the two stacked images.

Adhere main image centered on the DCWV® Luna

6-3/4"x4-3/4" rectangle as shown.

Using Dimensional® Glue adhere several stars randomly in varying sizes on the DCWV® Luna as shown. Let Dry.

Smudge the edges using VersaMagic® - Aegean Blue.

Adhere the DCWV® Luna centered to a 7"x5" rectangle of the Mirrored Gold Cardstock.

Cut the sentiment using WeR® Banner Flag Die.

Smudge the edges and adhere using Foam® Tape.

Adhere to the front of the 7"x5" cardbase.

OPTIONAL: I adhered a couple of scraps of the card paper and a name plaque to the backside of the card. I embellished with a couple of the Gold stars. Let Dry.

Congratulations- your card is completed!

I hope you enjoyed today's Holiday Card tutorial as much as I had creating and sharing it with you. Please drop by often- I have more card tutorials coming soon!

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