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While I LOVE the vintage look, I realized that I was rather lacking in my stash of ephemera. I found a DP with vintage looking labels, some lace and a few buttons that worked well with the cute retro stamp from Unity.
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I looked at your card you made for Vintage. How lovely and pretty, with just enough vintage to catch the eye. the button is 60"s? Wait a minute I think that's off my party dress!? Really tho nice card
I went on a vintage shopping spree this weekend at local vintage stores. So I was excited to see this challenge! I used music paper from 1920. You can see the date at the top and some vintage buttons that were originally price at .29cents. Here's Mine and HERE - I used a vintage photo from 1971 and more Crafty Secrets vintage stamps!
Just stumbled across this Challenge and it's been lovely to look at everyone's amazing cards for inspiration. I have recently been trying my hand at Vintage Christmas cards (which is way out of my usual comfort zone) and used a Vintage image for my card and did lots of aging. I didn't have any Vintage ephermera unfortunately. Hope you like it