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Mini Accordion Card - Ewe-N-Me Printables

Hi everyone! Welcome to a new post for Ewe-N-Me Printables. Today I have an adorable little project made with Hang Tags - Rose Post Cards.

This printable includes 4 different floral tags that are perfect for classic, vintage or shabby chic paper crafting. As you may know by now, I like to expand the possibilities of digital images and try out unexpected projects with them. I hope I can inspire you to free your imagination and create various different things with these amazing printables...

This time I made a mini accordion vintage card. Please take a look:

I completed the design with some embellishments, die cuts and stamps. The sky is the limit when it comes to printables, and this images are so pretty that they don't need much to make your project look elegant and delightful! 

Make sure you stop by the store and check out the recently added printables. If you'd like to purchase this particular file click here. There is such a variety of digital files... I know you will find something you like at a very affordable price:

Bottlecap Images
Candy Bar Wrappers
Cocoa/Seed Envelopes
Collage Sheets
Cup Wrappers
E-Pattern Design
Farmhouse Labels
Feedsack Logos
French Country Prints
Game Boards
Gift Card Envelopes
Hang Tags
Note Cards
Pillow Boxes
Popcorn Wrappers
Primitive Labels
Print Packs
Recipe Cards
Snack Bag Wrappers
Tea Envelopes

I hope you enjoyed this project. Thanks so much for your visit!


  1. These are beautiful. I love roses and I love postcards, so this is something I might just have to buy.

    1. They are indeed! These printables are great quality and very, very affordable! You should definetely try them out if you like them!

  2. ah Gracie just popping over to say have linked over to your post on today WOYWW post so hopefully you will get a few visitors.. gets lots of comments on that post...and will put a button on my sidebar too, Shaz in Oz.x

  3. oh meant to say how much I love this too love roses and these images are really great!! thank you!! Shaz in Oz.xx

    1. Thanks so much! Both for sharing my blog and for stopping by! I'm glad you liked the project! And yes, this printables are so lovely to work with!

  4. Beautiful blog, Gracie. I am a fan of vintage and shabby chic items, yet I seem to collect them and hardly ever use them in my work. I may be forced to use some now at the CCNS DT. I am looking forward to working with you there!

  5. Beautiful, like all your work! Love the accordion card, I may have to try this! Thanks for the inspiration. So happy you're joining me at CCNS too, hugs!

  6. Wow, this is just beautiful. I love it. I tried to become a follower, but for some reason it is not working. I will come back and try later. Happy to be your DT sister at CCNS.

  7. Gorgeous!!!! Love the design and congrats on your recent publication. I love to hear about your good news/blessings!


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