I must admit, it was easier than I thought. I took a little girl face/head I had made with the owl punch and then focused on the body. It seemed divine intervention must have been with me because once I started, I had 2 angels made before I realized it.
Here is the first one. I gave here blond hair (So Saffron) and a sweet, serene face (drawn on). I used the butterfly punch for her wings. I punched one and ran it through the big shot using an impression folder to add texture. Cut it in half, and there are her 2 wings. Her face is a 3/4" circle in Blushing Bride. Her bangs are a 1" circle punch cut in half. The back of her hair is the owl minus his feet. The halo is a 1 1/4" circle punched around a 1" circle punch hole in Brushed Gold. The flowers in her hair are from the itty bitty punch pack. Her body is the large scalloped petal from the build a blossom punch in Shimmery White, like the wings. I ran it through the big shot using the Elegant Lines impression folder.
Here is the 2nd angel I made. She is a brunette (Chocolate Chip) like all the girls in my house. The only other difference between her and the first one is her wings. These were made using a 1 3/4" scallop circle. It was run though the big shot to texture it, then cut in half, and then cut one half in half again. My daughter liked her wings best. I like them too. You should have noticed on both that I added rhinestones to the center of the flowers. I made a couple of other angels later and added pearls to theirs. I love how serene these little girls look. The only change I made on the next set I made was a added some small snips to their bangs so they looked more like hair to me. Now for the card.
Here is the final product. I created the background myself by using chalk to make a sky with clouds. I know it is hard to see but under the 2 angels, there are fluffy clouds. These were made using a sizzix die I have had for years and running it through the big shot. I did edge them with bashful blue ink to help the corners stand out. The greeting is from the Pretty Postage stamp set. I stamped it in Marina Mist and punched it out with the 1" square. It is layered on a Marina Mist postage stamp punch piece. The base card is also (can you guess?) Marina Mist.
My aunt loved the card and I really hope her friend likes it too. Now I must be off to create another card that my aunt ordered. So thanks for stopping by today and I will see you tomorrow.