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A Vintage Thank You!

Happy Monday!
It's time for another challenge over at

Our theme for Challenge #90 is:

Thanksgiving/Give Thanks

Our lovely sponsor this week is:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/sugarkissedcottage
   Prize: 4 Digi's of choice
The Sugar Kissed Cottage is where you will find vintage and art deco inspired digital stamps to fuel your crafty side! 


 So I went with a vintage feel for my card. 

I used soft backing paper from DCWV and inked a doily with Tea Stained Distress ink and cut in half and layered it. The velvet flower is from Recollections and the 2 pink/white ones are Prima Flowers.

I colored the image with SN Markers and Inked it with Distress Ink in "Victorian Velvet". 



I finished it off with satin Ribbon, pearls and Sentiment  from Close to my heart which was stamped with Victorian Velvet and brown.


I'd like to enter the following challenges:
Bunny Zoe Crafts- November Challenge- Shabby Chic/Vintage

Crafting from the Heart- Challenge #1- Anything Goes

613 Avenue Create- #47- Anything Goes

My Craft Creations Challenge 18th-30th November

Path of Positivity Challenge #8--THANKFULNESS

The Paper Girls Challenge #44- Time to give THANKS

The Pink Elephant Challenge #227- Be Thankful



Be sure to check out my teamies blogs for more fantastic inspiration!

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Craftin'!

~hugs~
Amy 

Comments

Denise Goeldner said…
You've done a beautiful card love all the colours, pretty embellishments and love your designer paper so sweet hugs xx
Judith Wright said…
She s gorgeous hun love the colours - thank you for entering our blog challenge at Crafting from the Heart x
Sharon Noble said…
Hiya I have loved looking round your pretty blog, Your card is lovely I love the colours you have used so pretty.

Thank you so much for taking part in our first challenge at Crafting from the Heart. I hope to see you next time. hugs Sharon xox
Sherry said…
Beautiful Card Amy ...
fiona walker said…
beautiful card and love the colours chosen thankyou for joining our first challenge at Crafting from the heart good luck Fiona (DT Co-owner)
Pat said…
Gorgeous card-love how you made a beautiful spray of flowers with the tea-stained doily and assorted blooms!
Chana said…
Just adorable! Love the colors you chose to use here and you have the perfect papers and embellishment. Nice design! Thanks for slipping this under our door here at 613 Avenue Create!
Hugz,
Chana, Owner
Bonnie Irvine said…
Amy, you have captured the vintage feel beautifully. The paper is so pretty and I love that velvet flower and the distressed doily. What a lovely way to feature this sweet stamp.
Nance E Salkeld said…
What a sweet vintage image and pretty card! Nice and soft and delicate! Thanks for playing with us at The Pink Elephant Challenge this week! ~ Nance, DT
Desire Fourie said…
This is just precious and the scrumptious bow is a lovely touch. This is so perfect for our THANKFULNESS theme this month. Thanks for sharing your talent with us and good luck.
Hugs
Desíre
{Path of Positivity DT Member}
{Doing Life – my personal blog}
Adorable! Thanks so much for playing along with The Pink Elephant!
craftybunny said…
You've created such a pretty vintage feel to you card.The inking makes this sweetie stand out beautifully.Delightful card.
Lisa x
Amy Andrade said…
I love your use of the rosette. Thanks for sharing with us at 613 Create. Amy A. DT

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