Vintage Christmas Cards & Victorian Style

OMG,,,, I love kittens and pets,,,,,so I asked t Lori to crete some funny card with my funny "Kittens & Puppies Xmas Pack" and now I am showcasing the sweet and all over unique and so unnusual Matchbook Gift Card Holder,,,,woww,wowwww

Sooooo adorable Xmas Kittens........ 

Matchbook Gift Card Holder (by Lori)

What a fun idea! And easy, too... A matchbook gift card holder - perfect for making a Christmas gift card special. I actually really like giving (and getting) gift cards. When I give them, I do like making sure they are in something pretty cute.

This one certainly fits the bill with that CUTE kitty from Nicecrane Designson the front. The scalloped end is stamped with the edge of a frame stamp.

Here's the details:

Kittens an dPuppies on Christmas Pack - Click Image to Close

That is not all from Lori,,,,take a look,,,,,woww,woww
Vintage Images with Nicecrane Designs

Okay, I did tell you I would probably be using all the images from theIncredible Agnes Richardson set from Nicecrane Designs. So here's the second one... I just LOVE them. This one makes me want to cuddle up Kitty (even though he's a cat, not a puppy).

And do you see that cool embossing under the sweet girl? I picked up a new Cuttlebug embossing folder at Michaels, not realizing that it included a really thin embossing folder as well. It's perfect as a border and a little gesso with a dry brush really brings the pattern out.

Here's a look at all the darling images in the Incredible Agnes Richardson set:

Incredible Agnes Richardson - Click Image to Close
Vintage Christmas with Nicecrane Designs
Oh, so sweet...Love this vintage Christmas village image from Nicecrane Designs. Wouldn't you love to celebrate Christmas in a little village this cute?

Nicecrane Designs images are wonderful to create with and it's wonderful to get a few Christmas cards created early!

Here is a look at the set this image is from: 
Vintage Christmas Collectin Vol I - Click Image to Close

You know, you know,,,,,,,Catherine love my "Victorian Children Pack", so i am showcasing the exquisite creations working with elegant and all over vintage sheet,,,,,,,I am falling in love with her style,,,,,I have made a card and a matching notebook for a friend... I hope she will like it... Here is the card...

And here is the notebook...

Recipe : Papers and vellum from HOTP - Image from Nicecrane Designs ("Children from the Victorian Age III" Set) - Flowers, Leaves, Corners : Dies from Creata - Cup of Tea : Dies From Marianne Design - Brads from Creata.


. I am a slow crafter and I have quite a few things to make for Christmas, so I had an early start !!! Here is my calendar... One of them anyway...

Recipe : Papers from Marianne Design ("Victorian Vintage" Collection) - Image fromNicecrane Designs ("Children from the Victorian Age III" set - yes, I know, again, but I just LOVE this set !) - Flowers : Dies from Creata - Leaves : Die from Crealies - Corners and little embellishments : Dies from Marianne Design - Sewing embellishments : Dies from Die-namic. The hanger is from Melissa Frances and was bought at Live and Love Crafts.
Children in the Victorian Age III CS - Click Image to Close

Special thanks to Lori,,,,,,and Catherine,,,for these stunning creations,,,,,,both amazing ladies deserve it,.,,,woww,wowwww,,,,,,,,for the Team.


Ira Huberts July 24, 2013 at 7:29 PM  

How lovely Lori´s work is! I´ve been familiar with Lori´s stunning work for several years now, and she always has the finest creations! Also love Catherine´s work, stunning vintage creations! Take care Ignacio, hugs, Ira xox

Sandra H July 25, 2013 at 11:15 AM  

Wow this is amazing such gorgeous works of art are your creations your so talented xx

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