Monday, May 24, 2010

City Crafter Challenge # 6

Hello again!  It is time for another challenge at City Crafter Challenge Blog and the theme is a recipe.  1 ribbon, 2 papers, and 3 flowers.  I made my card using an adorable vintage image from The Vintage Moth.


I made another pin and decided to use a copper toned one.  What do you think?  I think it looks more vintage with that metal tone.  I also used my tea stained twill that I dyed myself.  I just think I am not into trying to dye seam binding.  That is too much of a mess.  I wouldn't be happy if I have dye everywhere.

Supplies:
Cardstock: PTI/ Kraft
DP: Cosmo Cricket/ Fly a Kite & Thrift Shop
Image: Vintage Moth
Stamp: PTI/ Big and Bold Wishes
Other: Flowers, Pearls, Hand Dyed Seam Binding

Thanks so much for stopping by.
Heather

28 comments:

Creative Carmelina said...

hey girl!!!! whassssssup!!!

you took the plunge! Etsy! yeah! congrat's!
i'm going over to have a peek now!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

nice card btw!

Laurel said...

Oh it is beautiful as always!

Carly said...

Oh this is so fabulously vintage! Love it!

Melissa Sauls said...

Oh this is just absolutely lovely Heather!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is lovely as usual, love your vintage style!

Elena_ss said...

Beautiful! Elegant bow with flowers and a pin! :) And such rich colors chosen! Magic card, as always! :))

Lynnda Hosni said...

wow... this is very beautiful card... I totally love it...xx

june lanum said...

very pretty, very vintage, love it

Jenny said...

Very pretty Heather... love it!!! :D

sweet craf-tea chick said...

love your card, heather! love the color combo and the vintage image. love the vintage moth. thanks for sharing :)! *hugs* steph :)

Karen B. said...

This is a cool card! I really like your focal embellishment corner, that handmade pin is gorgeous! And I also enjoy your unique approach to the sentiment as well.

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

Oh I love this Heather soo pretty!!!!

Irena said...

Very beautiful card, lovely image, wonderful ribbon with pin and flowers :)
Have a nice day!

Jane Wetzel said...

Soooooo very pretty! I love what u did here! :)

~amy~ said...

Gorgeous!!!!! Love all your details heather!

lynn said...

beautiful card, heather:)-wonderful job on the ribbon and i love your flower and pin cluster, too!

i just noticed your etsy store-congrats!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Beautiful card Heather! Love all the Vintage findings :) That twill ribbon looks fabulous! Congrats on your Etsy store!

Cheryl Nelson said...

This is incredibly fabulous! LOVE that vintage image!!!

Linda Robinson said...

This is so beautiful.. I love that image..
and of course that pin puts the finishing touch on it... Love it!

Kathy Martin said...

Pretty, pretty card! LOVE the vintage image! :)

Duchess of Tea said...

Darling the ingredients are easy to gather...assembling it is what I am so terrible at it. However, I always enjoy visiting your lovely blog, it is like a breath of fresh air, heaven on earth really. I marvel at your talent. There is an Irish blessings, "May your eyesight never fail, may your fingers never shake!" Amen. Heather darling, I pray for your mum every night, how is she doing?

Love & Hugs
Duchess

Sandy said...

This cards is so pretty. All of your cards are just beautiful! I'm so glad I found you on etsy! I look forward to more of your cards. I saw the post about the groundhog...my goodness...I've never seen one of those. I would love to have something like that to watch in my backyard.

NinaB said...

Oh, it's so pretty. I need to check out that image. I haven't been to the Vintage Moth in awhile.

kirsty Vittetoe said...

Really? My B'day is coming in a few days time, my husband kept asking what I want and I really want nothing, maybe the TENT is a good idea now, LOL!

Angela said...

I'm new to your blog - you have pretty cards and lots of great ideas!

Stacy said...

Fabulous card..very shabby chic..love it :) :)

Cindy Lee said...

This card sure have style!!

Margaret said...

Again gorgeous! What a lovely image. I should try the Vintage Moth. Love your color scheme.

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