Chocolate Baroque. The stamp I used is from Crafty Individuals, stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa ink onto an offcut of white card and randomly sprinkled with a little WOW bright gold embossing powder. I don't know how well this going to show up in the photo but I was hoping to achieve an aged appearance rather than a fully embossed one. I rounded the top corners with a punch and used a duster brush and tea dye DI to shade the background finishing with vintage photo DI on the edges. I added a little colour to the angel with Promarkers, with a touch of wink of stellar on the wings. The music panel is from a 6 x 6 paper pad that I bought in The Works. I rounded the corners and inked the edges with a versamark ink pad and sprinkled with the gold embossing powder again aiming for a random effect.The base card is a white 5" x 7" and I covered the front with a piece of blue vellum which I had embossed with a Darice snowflake embossing folder, and trimmed the edge with a deckle blade in my cutter. I fixed this to the card with a double sided sticky sheet, and then added some stardust Stickles to the embossed snowflakes. When all the layers were in place I used a Memory Box die to cut the music from a snippet of gold card And finished off with two snowflakes punched out of the trimmings of the vellum.
I am going to enter this at Crafty Individuals Challenge - Halloween Madness or Christmas Frenzy,
and as I used a couple of snippets, (the gold music and the stamped image), I going to hop over to
Pixies Snippets Playground.