I saw on Pinterest a card using the rubber stamp set from Stampin’ Up! called In This World. I had bought this set because I love anything Vintage and this called to me!
I changed it up so much that I went back to see hers and it was nothing like what mine turned out as! Has that happened to you? You can find her YouTube video here It’s very pretty, but not the way I went with mine. I followed some of her ideas, but that’s as far as I got!
What do you think? It needed a ‘spot’ of color, so I added the ribbon and the Falling In Love Trinket. This picture has the Burlap ribbon in it, going along the side. I ran out (I’m making swaps for my Savannah OnStage event!!) so I just went without for the rest of the swaps.
I used VersaMark on the sides of BOTH swaps and added Gold Embossing Powder. Plus added it to the Sentiment to make it stand out.
I used almost every Stamp in this set! The only one I didn’t use is the chair. And I LOVE the chair, so I will have to come up with something to use that the next time!
I used the stamp from the In This World that has the long strip of dimensions? I have a question mark there because I’m not sure what to call it! Do you know? I stamped that image in Crumb Cake on the top left and bottom right. Then stamped again, along top and bottom left using Early Espresso ink. I stamped the one on the right bottom once on a scrap and then on the page, so the key will show up. That is stamped in Early Espresso too! I then stamped the blotchy stamp (that’s what I call it!) from the Stamp set Gorgeous Grunge using the Crumb Cake all over the card, stamping off every other time. I then sponged it with Crumb Cake on ALL sides, sponging really well so it went towards the center. Then sponged SOFTLY using the Early Espresso ink. Just to give it a dark outer edge.
I stamped the door on Very Vanilla (it doesn’t look like it does it!), that shows how much I sponged it! I used Early Espresso for the Door, and Crumb Cake for the sponging. But first I distressed the edges by ripping, bending and tearing , I tore off the corner. You have to make sure you do the distressing first, and THEN sponge. This way the edges that bend over are sponged on both sides. My shoulders were HURTING by the end of this, and I only made 30 cards! I usually make a LOT more, but I’m glad I didn’t this time!
I didn’t sponge the inside because I wanted it to stay pristine, so you can see what is written when sending it. Would you be happy to get this card? Or is it too messy?
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a Vintage card, have I forgotten how to do it? I feel needy today for some reason! It could be because I was winging it the whole time! LOL
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I hope you enjoyed the project today! Please let me know which one you like more, with or without the Burlap Ribbon. Sometimes you look at something so long you just can’t be the judge!
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A California Girl living in North Carolina