Monday, December 13, 2010

Angel in 3D

You can't have Christmas without the angels now can you?! I am sure that there are great ways to make her have more of a face, I just didn't have the Mojo for it when I created this :)

The wings are made with the largest butterfly wings from Beautiful Butterflies die. I made my vellum pieces a little wider than the die and made a little tab on each one. This tab slips through a slit in the side of the angel to attach the wing. The wing is upside down also, so it looks like and angel wing instead of a butterfly wing  ;-)

The head is made with the Wide Oval punch and the Decorative Label punch, ( one full punch, two slivers the long way, and a 1¾" Circle punch trimmed with the skinny end of the Decorative Label punch to make her flowing tresses).
Her arms are the Word Window punch. I used used Iridescent Ice to emboss the dress and the wings, so sparkly in real life!

  • Stamps: Medallion BG
  • Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Soft Suede, Naturals White, Vellum cardstock
  • Ink: Versamark
  • Other: Big Shot with Beautiful Butterflies die, Decorative Label punch, Wide Oval punch, 1¾" Circle punch, Word Window punch, Iridescent Ice embossing powder, Embossing Buddy, Heat Gun, Hobby Blade
 This was a little difficult to photograph... I maybe should have used a patterned paper... any suggestion would be appreciated! And if you can come up with a face for our angel, please share!


Cindy said...

Cuteness factor off the charts here! You're giving Ellen Kemper a run for her money with the punch art head!!!

Yapha said...

Fabulous angel! Those wings are just gorgeous!!

Holly/Rubber Redneck said...

Wow AWESOME!! Great job!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Love the hair with the decorative label punch! HoW COOL!

Heidi Baks said...

This one might be my favorite!

Shelley Z said...

Not sure which is my favorite but WOW! You have been very busy and creative!

Mickey Roberts said...

Each new project is cuter than the last! Awesome!

disneylisa said...

Just came across your snowman and then the rest of these. They are simply adorable. Definitely making several sets for next year.


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