Rainbow Angel Card + Step By Step Coloring + Chongolove Sticker

Today I’m sharing a card using Heffy Doodle’sthe My Little Angel Stamp and My Little Angel Die set. I’m also using the Quilted Heart Background Die with the Silver Lining Cloud Border Die – and I love the way the stitching continues and looks like it was one die.

Since I placed the quilted heart background which is white on the white card base — I used pop dots so that way there’s a little bit of a shadow. The ‘You are my guardian angel’ sentiment is from the My little Angel Stamp set — but I felt there needed to be a little more to the sentiment. So, I added the ‘Hey’ sentiment Die.

I also doubled up on the ‘hey’ so it would be thicker and really pop off the card.

I wanted to use up some of my scraps so I picked out some rainbow colors and cut them into 1/4 inch strips and adhered straight to my card base and then trimmed off the edges. Then I added a little Star Dust Stickles all over my rainbow so it would sparkle.

I stamped my images in Memento Black ink and Stamped onto my Copic Xpress it Blending Card using my Misti so I could get that perfectly stamped image!

Make sure you pop over on the Heffy Doodle Blog so you can my step by step coloring tutorial of how I colored these adorable angels with my Copic Markers. Here’s a list of the Copic Markers I’ve used to color my angels.

In the video below I’m sharing a fun new product from Chonogolove. They’re these fun stickers you can put on your cards and you can add videos, photos a slideshow a song — anything you want to send to the card recipient. Check out the video below so you can see how they work.

Copic Marker Color Combos:
  • Halo – Y26, Y35,
  • Hair – E43, E42, E41
  • Wings and Cloud – N3, N1, N0
  • Dresses 1 – BV00, BV000, BV0000
  • Dress 2 – Y35, YR20, YR0000
  • Dress 3 – R32, R30, R000
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