Today's post is a combo of cards that I have been working on. They have been decorated with papers/tags that I colored with the Tattered Angels Paint Systems that I purchased recently. The first card, Stopping by to say Hello, uses a strip of watercolor paper colored with the Naturally Aged Paint System, Precious Stone; Turquoise, and then embossed with the Sea Beauty Embossing Folder from Spellbinders.
I adhered a strip of the watercolor paper down the left side of the A2 card, and trimmed with a row of cream iridescent double loop braid from Michaels' Dollar bin. I then added a cream colored fabric flower from Prima along with some pearl bling also from Prima. The Angel stamp is from American Art Stamp, and is stamped on Ranger glossy paper with Rich Cocoa Memento Ink and colored with copic markers. I attached the angel with foam tape to pop it up, along with the sentiment stamped on a manila tag.
Card #2 has a manila tag colored with the same Turquoise Paint System, attached on top of a card base with a scrap of patterned paper as the background.
The angel is from the same American Art Stamp set, stamped and colored with the same ink and markers. Using several leaf metal dies, I punched out some leaves from various green papers and attached a cluster to the card front and tied with a bow of Limeade lawn trimmings from Lawn Fawn. I adhered a strip of wide Huckleberry rick-rack trim from Li'l Davis Designs and then stamped Thank You on a die cut banner. The angel was again attached with foam tape to give it dimension on the card.
I hope you have enjoyed these cards as much as I enjoyed making them. I love layering papers and tags, ribbons and embellishments. I find it hard at times to stop, before making the card too thick, as to require more postage at the post office to mail them. I know the poor Postal Service is going broke due to the drop in postal business, but I just can't see spending that much to mail an envelope. I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend. Until next week, Joy to all and enjoy yourself!