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Holly pm'd me this afternoon, asking if I would host today's challenge for her. She had to make an unexpected trip to take her auntie to the hospital and did not get to make a sample for the theme she had chosen, "Very Vintage." (say a prayer for 'em!) She knew that I have been making cards with OCL's Vintage Roses, so she asked me for help. I, in turn, asked for support from my friend, Wendy!
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Hey, Deb!! I've been loving those vintage cards of yours lately. So glad to see you hosting this challenge and look forward to playing along since I love vintage. I'll get right on that before I go to bed!!!
Hi Lynn! To me, vintage means crocheted lace, distressed/inked edges, old-fashioned images, linen/canvas/muslin textures...
Thanks Deb. I needed some more clarification. I used none of that in my first card because I don't reallly know how to do vintage but I am working on my second card to try to really "get" it better. I don't have any lace but I am going to use some of your other suggestions and try again.
Gam zu l'tova...Everything happens for the good.
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I decided that usually I try too hard with vintage because it's not me. So today I tried not to try too hard, and am happier with what I achieved.
Thanks for stepping in, Deb, and I've been thinking of Holly and her aunt. Vintage Rose
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. ~Leo Buscaglia
Good morning. Here's my card for this challenge with a few others combined in the description. It's 75 here and I'm going to be putting on my gardening gloves as soon as I get this posted. Thank you for looking, God bless, and YAY! Spring is finally here!
Since I found my stash of vintage papers (can't remember where I got them, or who made them, but I've had them 10 years or better), I could go on making vintage cards forever. This one is for my daughter who won't remember when, but she is an avid cyclist. Remember when?