Thursday, October 31, 2013

Christmas Angel


One of today’s release for McMahon Five Designs is a Christmas Angel.  It just took me a matter of a few seconds to decide how I wanted to use this beautiful Angel.  Since the main focus is the Angel what better way to show her off then to make an Angel card.  And to make things easy for me I used the colored image from this digital package from Imagine That! Digis by Kris.

Christmas Angel

PROMO Christmas Angel


My Card

(click on photo to get a closer view)


Details:  The card base is made from Neenah card stock called Classic Solar White 80#.  I used the Print and Cut feature on my Silhouette to cut out the Angel (front of card) and the back of the card.  I used dazzling diamonds glitter on her wings.  The red trim, ornaments, hair, lips and fingernails were coated with a clear glitter using a Wink of Stella Brush.  The card measures 5”tall and 5” at its widest point. 

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope I have inspired you in some way.  Please stop by the M5D Blog to see more creations by the M5D Design Team. 

Have a wonderful day,



  1. Fran this is amazing - and yet so simple in it's construction. It looks as though you have spent forever on it :-)

  2. OMG!!! This is simply gorgeous!!!!!
    Thanks for sharing,

  3. Oh Fran, you did an AMAZING job with this cute Christmas Angel!! LOVE how you made her shape the card! Can't even see a fold line.... you're Goooooood!! *Ü* Love the glittery wings too. Thanks so much - adding to my store page now. {{♥}} xkris

  4. Just went back for another look and read you added more glitter to her hair, holly, lips etc. WOW, WOW - love the pop that gives :)

  5. So adorable Fran. I love the little angel, she is so sweet and peaceful looking.

  6. Such a sweet card Fran. The angel is so adorable.

  7. Sweet card!! I love all the sparkle!!

  8. LOVE all the glitter Fran!! Beautiful job! :)


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