DO YOU LOVE READING?
Then you ' ll love my INCREDIBLE AND EXCITING
VINTAGE LIBRAY CARD
These cards are so cute and great to use for labeling all of your books. It's an extra special way to personalize your special library collection( not to mention when you loan someone a book...they know who to return it to)! Use them for your own works or use them for all of your childrens books.
I am a Games of Thrones Fan,,,,so let me know show the fascinating last episode
COLOR IT, PLACE IN YOUR BOOK, CUSTOM IT
Take a look to my Sample:
placing it on a really famous Book
Recipe : Papers from Anna Griffin - Image from Nicecrane Designs, it is one of the images from the "Gabrielle Ray Vintage Photos II" set - Flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts - Shells : Dies from Marianne Design.
But they collection can be used on lot of different Themes:
Back motif, I glued one punched mat cut out with Spellbinders-die.
And Here are my new Vintage Collections:
Florence was working hard to create these absolutely sweet cards,,,,,,with my "Somebody Darlings" Collection, I love the passion on his card,,,and such a lot of amazing details,,,,, woww ,wowwww,,, you are rock Florence.
I have made a few cards using one of my favourite sheets of digi images from Nicecrane Designs. In fact this was the first ever sheet I purchased from Nicecrane Designs. I love every image on this sheet. The quality of the image is wonderful. I have also ear marked this sheet to make some Christmas presents with this year, especially for my crafting friends. I was thinking…small handmade books, little fabric bags/pouches, some small pictures and maybe a decorated box.. For the first two card I used the adorable prim style digi image of the little girl quilting.
Funny enough, I accidently printed a copy of this image out as an A4 size. (The quality stays the same when you print large copies of these images… Fabulous!) I decided to put the larger printed image to one side for the moment and make it into a picture. I’ve just got to make a nice prim/rustic frame for it. I haven’t told you have I. Freddie bought me a new band saw!!!! Yey! Sorry went off tack there a little. So excited with my new toy you see.
Back to card making, all of these cards have been made the same way. If anyone has any questions please give me a shout. To make these cards I print the images out, mat and layered them and then made some embellishments using some rubber stamps and dies from my stash.
Ok, before anyone says anything about the amount of pretty paper I have used. I did cut out all of the centres of the pretty paper pieces before I started…..pif….I’m not that generous! lol!
I love the distressed look on these images. Please click on any of the photos to see the detail.I have used a die to cut out the clock. I printed four of these images to a page and (my own personal opinion) it is just the right size to fit this clock.
Rather than a banner I wanted to make some little latterns to tie in with the printed image. I tried a few things out but decided that a little tea cup die worked the best. These dies also make great tulips…just an idea and to share.The expression in this little girls face is fantastic. I could send this card to so many of my friends. This image is such great fun. It would also make fab party invites. For this card I wanted to give the idea of a stage.
For the card above I used the tea cup die again to make some embellishments. Really just trying to tie in the tea party theme.
Astrid from my DT did a vintage and sweet gift bag I created with the help of some tags and brown paper bags. Here is the first one, using one of Nicecrane Design's wonderful images as the main vocal point. The one I am using is from the Talking Clock Pack of stunning ATC sized images.
Enjoy my stunning Save Pack:
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