I found this little sentiment stamp today at "that shop" and decided it was a pretty good thought. The picture is of me taken in 1942 in my grandpa's back yard. The clockface I got off my Greeting Card Factory software. I wanted to keep it plain and simple, with a vintage look. Hope I succeeded. Thanks for looking. Any feedback will be appreciated.
edit note: I got my idea for this from Artystamper's gallery. Although I don't think I CASED hers, there is a similarity. Thanks for the inspiration.
Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 GMT Views: 509
Stamps: SU Weathered, Your History by Hero Arts
Paper: coffee brown, cream CS
Ink: Ranger vintage photo
Accessories: oval scallop punch, oval Fiskars template and cutter, brads, computer graphic program, black ribbon
Registered: June 29, 2004 Location: Sugar Land. Texas Posts: 57685
Wed, Jul 25, 2007 @ 5:18 PM
Nancy, this is beyond grand mainly because of that terrific picture of you and that beautiful sentiment says it all!!! These are the kinds of cards that tell a story which is beyond what other styles can do!!!
Registered: January 31, 2007 Location: Kingsville, Ontario Posts: 2374
Wed, Aug 15, 2007 @ 11:02 AM
OMG! I just uploaded a card to the weathered gallery and saw all your vintage cards. They are fabulous and I adore this one especially. the sentiment is awesome. Thanks so much for sharing..you've given me some great ideas.
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Sun, Apr 06, 2008 @ 7:12 AM
You are adorable in this! I have a photo of my mom that is simular. may have to give it a go! TFS Wonderful card!
P.S. You wasn't saddled up for Gruene Hall, were ya?
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