Hark! It’s Harold

Angel Ornament, Big Shot, Stampin' up!I heard a joke once about a child who wondered who “Harold Angel” was when he heard the Christmas carol (“Hark! the herald angels sing…”).  So now, every time I see a Christmas angel, I name him “Harold” in my head.

Isn’t this little guy (or girl, maybe) adorable?  I got the idea from my friend Ruth Burris who saw it online.  I’m not sure who came up with the original idea, but I saw it on Dawn Olchefske’s blog.  This will be one of the options for the Bows, Tags and Ornaments class on Dec. 7.

Lots of the ornaments I’ve seen use designer paper or Christmas reds and greens.  I wanted to do a more vintage angel, so I used Very Vanilla and Blush Blossom card stock with Champagne glimmer paper.  And wasn’t someone clever to use the Gift Bow Bigz L die for these?  And it’s on sale through Monday! I used the circles collection framelits for the head and halo, and the 7/8″ scallop circle punch, 1/2″ circle punch and a large pearl basic jewel for the center of the “wings.”

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy.  Have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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1 Response to Hark! It’s Harold

  1. Mom says:

    I remember “Harold” – and the card is beautiful…. muted/subdued as I like them!! Very professional looking.

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