2.07.2011

Bloomin Birthday Vintage

I think that clock pp could be websters pages ( not sure anymore got the scrap from the bin, but its double sided and the other side is a black and cream print) Sentiments from make an impression. I tend to when i get a die make a pile of die cuts with it from the scrap bin and lately i have been pulling out little baggies of dies from the drawer and actually using them... these flowers were done with the tim holtz sizzix tattered flowers die. think that check paper is cosmo cricket? material girl? the tan print is basic grey. cream neenah and textured bazzill cardstocks. this ones 5X7 in real life. This tag was was die cut from the chipboard that came in a pack of papertrey ink vellum cardstock. its an Sizzix tag super scallop crescent die. the pp is unknown and has been distressed and has some old paper distress ink on it. the red ribbon wrapped around this paper came to me tied to one of my Christmas gifts from MommaPatti, ( Thanks Patti!) its stapled to the tag and the back side is visible. the cream panel is an sizzix die cut from the key and key hole die. the flowers are tattered flowers, the large copper brad & tiny mini brads are from recollections and the glazed brad is from addison hill. ( it was an exchange gift last year) the sheer ribbon is unknown and the brown & white thread is from Julies etsy shop. This tag measures 4" x 5" in real life. Now these are entirely Jennifers fault... lol She had the cuutest knit wit cards on her blog a couple of weeks ago and (this was my favorite) and it "made me" go looking for taylored expressions. ( my usual is to assume a new-ish co. is probably clear and to not really pay much attention to them) but, these turned out to be rubber so... you'll be seeing more of these ;) the lamb is an sizzix die with an kaiser chocolate pearl for the eye. vintage lace and scraps from the cards above. this one's 3" square in real life.

1 comment:

Jennifer said...

Stacy, your cards always knock my socks off! I love how you put together collage and vintage. I just can't do it like you do!

And your "Knit Wit" card is adorable. I LOVE the sizzix die you used! Too cute!

As always, wonderful cards and great inspiration!

Hugs,
Jennifer