Vintage Lady Card

As you probably know by now, I love making vintage cards. I love making all cards, but vintage are definitely my favourite.

For this card, I took a piece of watercolour paper and on the rough side (for more texture) I sprayed with water then dabbed this lovely shimmery purple watercolour from Creative Expressions.

I  heat dried it, but also put it aside while I cut my border die. I looked in my packaging box, but couldn’t find the packaging for this die. I believe it’s from Marianne Designs as the die is blue. I only bought this late last year, and this is only the second or third time I’ve used it. I must use it more often!

The image is from Pion Designs. It was originally oblong, but took up too much of the card topper, so I cut it down using an oval die. I think it looks perfect like this.

I popped the image up using foam tape, the added some purple rhinestones I had in my stash. (Kaisercraft)

I glued the whole thing onto the same mauve cardstock I used for the die cut.

And that’s it!

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2 thoughts on “Vintage Lady Card

  1. This is a great looking vintage design. I love those colors and wonderful image of the lady you used on it too!

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