Category: Vintage Wallpaper TIEF

Sketch Challenge

Sketch Challenge

Another great sketch this week at Splitcoaststampers. As I still have more of my Wax Paper Resist pieces, I thought this would make a great background for the sketch. I have made a vintage style CAS card. The base is Naturals Ivory, and the background panels are Very Vanilla (with the wax paper run through … Continue reading Sketch Challenge

How cute is this?

Tonight's Crafter's Anonymous online class produced this fun little card. I have used Bashful Blue as my base card stock, with Cheerful Treat DSP for the contrast. The back of the card has been dry embossed with the Vintage Wallpaper EF. The rolled roses were made with 3" circles of Whisper White and topped with … Continue reading How cute is this?

21st Birthday

I can't believe that it is 10 days since I posted to our blog. The time seems to have flown. Anyway, here is my creation for my niece's 21st birthday. Hope you had a great time Stacie. Sorry I couldn't make it to the celebrations. I have used Champagne Shimmer Paint mixed with Isocol to … Continue reading 21st Birthday

More Distressing

Following on from yesterday's post, this is our second attempt at vintage/distressing. This time we stamped the roses from Elements of Style in Soft Suede ink on Very Vanilla card stock. Daffodil Delight and Always Artichoke were used to colour the image which was then run through the Vintage Wallpaper EF and highlighted with Tea … Continue reading More Distressing

Some more Christmas

Here are a few of my latest Christmas creations. I have used my new Tea Stain Vintage Look ink on this one. I will be playing more with the Vintage Look inks in the new year. Check out the Shimmery White cardstock with the beautiful Elegant Lines EF on this one. A clean and simple … Continue reading Some more Christmas

Almost time

I don't know where the past  2 weeks have gone. I have a camera full of photos, and have completed my Christmas card list [I think]. I have been playing with my new Candy Wrapper Die and created some gifts using acetate. The first photo shows the normal size and my extended wrapper. The second … Continue reading Almost time