Sunday, April 1, 2012

Card and Envelope

The challenge this time around at The Paper Variety, is to create a card with a coordinating envelope. The Design Team were provided with stamps from Paper and Such to use for this challenge.

 I chose the Basketful of Flowers.

Here is my card and envelope

Some close ups

I used some rusty metal corner brackets that I have had for a long time. You can get them at The Funkie Junkie's shop.

I pulled a few strands of string from a piece of burlap and dabbed it with distress inks.

 I love this sentiment that is part of the stamp set.

This also qualifies for Frilly and Funkie  - Your Favorite Vintage Style challenge.

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Elaine said...

STUNNING Theresa what a lovely card it is so nice well done. Love the twine . Hugs Elaine

Tammy Roberts said...

Job well done Theresa! Love those metal brackets and everything else too. Thank you for playing along with the first challenge at the Frilly and Funkie.... hope to see your work there again and again!

Tammy :)

Sue C said...

Fabulous card Theresa, love how you've used the metal corners. Thanks for joining us in our first challenge at Frilly and Funkie. Sue C x

Terry said...

Love that just strolling by to say hi! The card and matching envelope are just divine and have such a great vintage feel! Thank you for joining us at Frilly and Funkie.

lainey said...

gorgeous!!! lainey x

Julie said...

Absolutely loving your attention to detail with this card! You didn't miss a beat! Thanks for helping to spread the word about Paper and Such!! ((hugs))

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Super piece of vintage work, Theresa! That bicycle image is really fabulous. Your color palette and patterns are spot on for vintage and I'm always thrilled to see how crafters are using the supplies from my shop - VERY nicely done!

We are thrilled that you joined in the fun with us this week at Frilly and Funkie for our opening challenge. We hope you will be a regular!



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