Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Friday Mashup #14 : Vintage Flowers

So, this week for the Mashup Challenge we invite you to:

1. Create a project with Flowers.

2. Create a Vintage project.

3. Or "Mash It Up!" and create a project with Flowers and a Vintage feel!

I often visit this awesome blog but it seems that I'm always a wee bit late in getting my posts up in time , and that was almost the case for this week's challenge , but I did get mine finished just in time.   **woot-woot**

The paper reminds me of old fashioned wallpaper ( how vintage is that!!!) and the fabric flower adds a soft feel to the card front, but I couldn't resist adding some glitz with the rhinestone flourish! I inked the edges of the label  and the inside sentiment tag with Blushing Bride ink.

Supplies for this card:
Fabric flower: Michaels
Rhinestone flourish : unkonown source
Card base: Very Vanilla from Stampin' Up!
Patterned paper: Basic Grey
Sentiment label : cut form Cricut Cindy Loo cartridge
Sentiment: Close To My Heart
Ink : Purely Pomengranate ( retired SU), Blushing Bride
Other: sewing machine/white thread

Thanks for looking.... have a great day!!


  1. Love that flower...and I love the "wallpaper" carried over to the inside.hanks for playing along with the Friday Mashup!

  2. This is so pretty! Love how you did the inside of the card, too! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us at the Friday Mashup!

  3. Beautiful Candy! I love that paper and the flower is a perfect touch. Those rhinestones really give it a wonderful sparkle!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Friday Mashup!

  4. I'm so glad you were able to play along this week Candy!! This is gorgeous, I love how you decorated the inside as well as the outside.. The touch of Bling with the flower is just right! Thanks for joining us at the Friday Mashup.

  5. Hi Candy, sorry this comment is a little late I've been moving house and am only now back online. So glad you found us at the Friday Mashup and entered your beautiful card, I love all that bling coming out from behind your flower, and the flower itself is just beautiful. Cheers,
    Kasey ~ in Oz