Vintage Cards, Dolly Dingle, Happy Christmas Cards &Vintage Romance

Mevlida Malkoc loves vintage ,so she used my "The Talking Clock Pack" to create this absolutely unique and all over old style Tea Box,,,,,I am sure you´ll love her incredible inspirational work, Woww, you are Rock Mevlida.

Vintage Tea Box by Melvida Malkoc

Inside View,,,,,,( with lot of Tea Bags)

Enjoy some previous works with this sheet:


The Talking Clock Pack - Click Image to Close


Dolly Dingle Christmas Box

Did you remember the famous Dolly Dingle Doll? 

Now you can wolrk with these adorable paper dolls to create anything you can imagine as gift box, magnets, cards, scrap layouts, adorable tags and so......Enjoy watching this adorable Christmas Gift Box by Julia working with my "Dolly Dingle Save Pack"


Dolly Dingle Save Pack - Click Image to Close

Dolly Dingle Xmas CS - Click Image to Close


Adorable Chritstmas Card

Jane was playing with several ofimages:  " and I will share some other cards I made with them over the coming weeks. Below is a close up of the great image I used; you can nearly hear those sleigh bells can't you!"

The image is from Nicecrane Designs from one of my favourite of the Christmas ACEO background sheets called "Adorable Christmas" They are a perfect size for using on 5" X 5" cards. They would also make fab gifts tags, which is another of my planned projects.
I used my lovely new snowflake embossing plate and some MB snowflake die cuts. Behind the image is a great Joy craft die.The new sweet snowman is a retired Sizzix die I managed to get from the USA. I used them to layer up a nearly white on white background. I just added a little TH Broken China distress ink to give a touch of blue. The sentiment is LOTV stamped onto Kraft card and the sweet reindeer charm is from my jewellery stash. There are also 2 pale blue pearls in the corners.

Monika ¨Skinner also was working with this so versatile sheet,,,,so enjoy watching her incredible cards:
Where has this month gone??? Sorry you had to wait until the end to see some more of my creations made using Nicecrane Designs digi stamps/images.

Here are my creations:

For this card her I used one of the images from the Adorable Christmas Set, cut it out leaving a narrow white border and edged it with some dark blue ink before layering it on a piece of white card. I then dry embossed a snowflake border on a piece of dark blue card and cut a frame from white card and layered it up as shown. I finished the card off with a stamped sentiment and some gems and glitter

For my next two cards I used images from the same set:

For this card I simply punched a star border down one side of some dark brown card and layered my image as shown on the brown card and then on some golden glimmer paper before adhering it to my base card. I finished off by doodling a border with a golden glitter gel pen.

Again I used some glimmer paper to show off a punched border as my background for this lovely image.

Adorable Christmas - Click Image to Close

But That is not all,,,,,,Monika also did this another Christmas Card:
My next card uses one image from the Retro Christmas Set:

I printed the image 3x and cut two of the images along the tree as you can see in the picture before layering them as shown on a piece of red card. I the die-cut my border from white card, stamped the sentiment and layered all elements on my blue base card as shown before finishing off by adding some glitter.

Retro Christmas - Click Image to Close


Vintage Lovers Cards

I did have a play with stamps yesterday but the bin came off best so I gave that up as a bad job and reverted to Ignacio's Nicecrane images, to be honest they are a God send just lately and enable me to keep crafting with the minimum stamping.

Here are a couple of shares, one of which below is an anniversary card for our Daughter and SIL whose Anniversary was yesterday.......and it's ours today !! The top card uses an image from the Victorian French Postcards, Graphic 45 DP's which lend themselves so well to these images and flowers made using Tonic punch and stamp Peruvian Lily set which I shaded slightly with Pan Pastels.

Soooo stunning vintage Lovers Brenda

This is the Anniversary card, I think this image is so perfect for the occasion and our Daughter loved it, I think as a Humanities teacher it appealed to her love of all things Historical. It uses an image from the Victorian Lovers French Postcards, again Graphic 24 Secret Garden DP's, ribbon, a button and cord.

Enjoy these amazing lovers sheets:

Vintage French Postcards (Lovers) - Click Image to Close

Vintage French Postards (Young Couples) CS - Click Image to Close

And now,,,,,,enjoy this FREEBIE:
from The Real mother Goose Book

Right Click and Save get them.

Thanks a million to Mevlida, Monika, Jane and Brenda,,,,,I am so proud these amazing ladies are on my Team,,,,,,horayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy for them all......


misteejay October 3, 2013 at 8:42 AM  

Wow, what super creations - fabulous work everyone.

Toni xx

Redanne October 3, 2013 at 6:31 PM  

I totally agree, the creations are all superb! Hugs, Anne x

KarinsArtScrap October 3, 2013 at 7:02 PM  

what beautiful project and wonderful christmas cards.

greetings karin

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles November 16, 2013 at 8:33 AM  

I am really taken with the Adorable Christmas images and even moreso the Retro ones. The team has done such a fabulous job showing your sweet images.

Thanks for the freebies.

I think that I am finally caught up to the beginning of October. Hopefully I will be able to come back soon and catch up on some more. Now it is time to go and create my post showcasing a card I created with one of your winter scenes. I'll email you the link when I am done. Talk to you soon!

Lisa D.

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