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Angels Heard on High Slimline

Updated: Sep 20, 2022

Hello Digi Divas! It's getting near the Holiday Season again! I can feel a bit of chill in the air- not so much here in Pensacola- but the temps have dropped a bit. I just finished this new slimline card to add to my Christmas Card stash using my Heard on High Digi Stamp Set.

Suggested card size 9" x 4"


Hammermill® 100 lb. White Coverstock

9"x4" Slimline Cardbase

Tonic Essentials® Mixed Edge Oval Dies

Spellbinders® Labels Forty Eight - Star Dies

WeR® Stitched Banner DIes

Sizzix® Damask Embossing Folder

VersaMagic® Sea Breeze

Small Pearl Mesh

Cotton Ball

Dimensional® Glue

Tear-ific® Tape

Using my Heard on High Digital Stamp Set and size the three separate angels 1-1/2"x2-1/2". One of the angels need to be mirror reversed.

Size a second set for a card later. The second set is sized 2"x4" and set to the side.

Print on Hammermill® 100 lb. White Coverstock.

Using Tonic Essentials® Mixed Edge Oval Dies cut out the three Angels as shown.

Using Copic® "B00" and a flicking motion color the area around each Angel as shown.

Using VersaMagic®-Sea Breeze and coat the edges on the three Angel ovals as shown. Let dry.

With a pencil lightly mark every 3" along the fold and along the open edges as shown.

Place the Spellbinders® Labels Forty Eight - Star Die at each of the marks as shown.

Position on all corners as well.

Insert the front flap of the cardbase in the Sizzix® Damask Embossing Folder and run through Big Shot®. Move to other half of the flap and run halfway through the Big Shot®.

Adhere the three Angels, one in each oval using Tear-ific® Tape as shown.

Cut several single strands of pearls.

Using Dimensional® Glue, adhere pearls around each of the Angels and then along the outer edge of the cardbase. Let Dry.

Adhere some small pieces of cotton ball at each of the angel's feet for clouds. Let Dry.

Cut your sentiment using WeR® Stitched Banner Die.

Adhere the sentiment.

I am sharing this card with the following:

I look forward to seeing you again soon for the introduction to a NEW Stamp set and Tutorial.


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