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Time Out Challenge #176: Angel Jacket Card


I think there's something to be said for a religious card. While I personally am not religious, I always admire those with faith and a close relationship with God. This card comes courtesy of TIME OUT Challenges which asked to make cards inspired by the following quote:


For a couple weeks I've waited for the perfect challenge to finally pull out my Anna Griffin Angel Jacket Card Dies. In the past, I loved how jacket card dies look, but I often find them too time consuming to really pull out more than a handful of times. That said, I'm happy to report that these Angel Jacket Cards took a little less than the hour mark, which means they will definitely be pulled out again.

I created two variations of the same card using the dies:


I used Recollections card stock I had to create the card. I also used Cricut brand glitter card stock for the wings and dress and put washi tape on the side to give it an extra layer. Additionally, I added a white ribbon and a little saying that declared, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful."

For my variation, I largely kept the same idea:

Here, I used the same glitter card stock (and you can see it a bit more), a gold ribbon, a different washi tape and an Anna Griffin Holiday Layer Sentiment Stamp.

On the inside of the cards, I cut out different card stock sayings from a holy themed Recollections card set:



Overall, I'm ecstatic how this set came out. This is definitely a card die set I will use again; it's also a good reminder how nice these religious cards look, so I will definitely reproduce these in some form in the future. 

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Comments

  1. What a fantastic use of that angel die! I particularly like the look with the glitter/shimmer and I like how you used different background patterns. Thanks for playing with us at Time Out Challenges!
    - Shauna

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  2. I am so glad our words inspired you to use your dies and what an amazing job you did! I love the sparkle, the mix of colours and the ribbon. And always love to see the inside decorated-I never do this but admire those that do! Thanks for joining Time Out x

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