Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Children of God

Good afternoon! Boy, a day can fly by, can't it?
I've got a card to share today using the Our Daily Bread Designs set called "Children of God". This one came together pretty quickly. I was tempted to add more and more, but decided I really liked it at this point and so I stopped.

No ribbon, no brads or buttons, and no flowers. This one will actually mail at only 42 cents.... until May 11 anyway!
The embossed background is actually an "Impressabilities" plate- Paisley. I ran a piece of SU "To the Nines" designer paper through my Wizard with it and then sanded just a bit. The pattern just popped! What do you think? Does it need more or do you like it just the way it ended up?
I hope you're having a great day. Thanks for stopping by!
You bless me!
~Angel

Card Recipe:
Stamps:
Children of God (ODBD)
Ink: Artichoke, Palette Black (to watercolor- Sahara Sand, Artichoke, Blush, Caramel, Cocoa, Summer Sun, Sage)
Paper: Sahara, Artichoke, To the Nines DP (SU), Shimmery White
Accessories: Circle Punches, Bazill In Stitches Template, Paper Piercing Tool, Blender Pen, Sanding Block

9 comments:

Becky said...

This is beautiful love this image.

~Shade of my Heart~ said...

I love it! The simpleness of the card really makes the focal image pop! I love the background! I thought you had done something with craft white. Gorgeous! as always!

Lori Craig said...

This is so pretty...I loved visiting with you today. :) Hugs!

Betty Wright aka gbedwright said...

Angel, this is beautiful!!! Love the colors and the layout and design. The background with the impressability plate is fantastic. Great look and I would not change a thing. Blessings!!!

amazingpapergrace.com said...

Angel, this is stunning!! I love the background!! Looks like you got that wizard into gear :)
--Becca

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Angel.

Hugs Riet.x

Megan said...

LOVE IT!

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Love how you used just a portion of the image! And how you framed it with the piercing too!! Beautiful!

Amy Sheffer said...

Fantastic, Angel! It's an absolutely perfect "less is more" card! Bravo!!