Thursday, August 27, 2009

365 Cards - #180 - Going Vintage

Today is my day over at 365 Cards as it is all about Going Vintage!!! As soon as I saw it I went straight to my work desk and got to it. The designer paper I used for the scalloped edging and the background was from a new pack that I got on Monday from my bestie Sonya. . .Hi Love!! It is from Grant Archival and it is the Vintage Collection. I love it. The image itself is from some vintage paper that my daughter had in her stash and then passed it along to me so it has been here for a while lol and today she came out so too speak hehehe. I used this crocheted lace that I bought from a market some time ago which when you pull a thread it actually gathers. . .cool!! So I made my flower out of it with one of my vintage pearl buttons in the centre. The textured cardstock is using one of the new Cuttlebug Folders - Victorian and that is that my friends!

I cannot believe I finished my card this early in the evening as it is only 4.45pm here in Australia and I only saw the challenge at 3.50pm so not bad going lol.
In the meantime. . . .
Walk about your day with beauty.
The Gypsy

Supplies: SU Certainly Celery cardstock. SU Eyelet Border punch. DCWV textured paper. Grant Archival Vintage collection paper pack. Lace, button and image from my stash. Cuttlebug Victorian embossing folder. Ranger Frayed Burlap and Walnut Stain distress inks.


Celeste said...[Reply to comment]

Great card! The lace flower you made is very pretty. The distressing really adds to the whole card. I love vintage, I posted 2 vintage cards this week and now have to do another one. LOL

Sherry said...[Reply to comment]

Michelle, this is so fabulous... I love, love, love it. Good for you being the first to post your card.

STAMPING SAM said...[Reply to comment]

I'm always glad when you post before any of use! You always give me inspiration what to do with the challenge! I love vintage cards and your card is so vintage. Love it!

STAMPING SAM said...[Reply to comment]

Sorry, that's suppose to be us, not use! agh! Too early for me to see clearly!

Tasia D. said...[Reply to comment]

Beautiful card, Chrissie - great job! So very vintage and gorgeous!

Bohemian Gypsy said...[Reply to comment]

Tasia this is not Chrissie's blog love! Did you make a mistake?

Kristen said...[Reply to comment]

Love your image, and that crocheted flower really takes the cake. Glad you are feeling better.

Scrapaddict said...[Reply to comment]

Glad to see you back in the swing of things! I sent you an e-mail. OK -this card is beyond beautiful, the image, flower, paper, I am speechless!

csaby said...[Reply to comment]

What a great card! I really like the vintage
cards you and Sherry did

~amy~ said...[Reply to comment]

gorgeous card Michelle...I thought of you and sherry when I read the vintage about the vintage challenge! Isn't it soooo fun when things fall into place speedy quick and the results are a stunning card like yours??!!!!! Great job!!

Patti J said...[Reply to comment]

Beautiful card Michelle! You are really great at the vintage theme!!! Love your card, dear friend, and am so happy that you are feeling well enough to be creating!

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

WOW!!! this is so beautiful michelle :)

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

posted to soon..... now i have to look at the cards you said i made that were vintage when i had no clue what vintage was and try and make one! watch i won't be able to LOL

Quirky said...[Reply to comment]

It's lovely! I'm speechless....

Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

Stunning!!!!!!!!!! that's all I can say!!!!!

Gloria Stengel said...[Reply to comment]

This is perfect. I love the image and the lace. Everything. So happy to see your vintage card! Hugs.

Chrissie said...[Reply to comment]

Lovely card Michelle, I must get around to using my Victorian embossing folder too. This looks great.

Judy said...[Reply to comment]

Very pretty card!