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Vintage Florals - House of Cards

Hello, and welcome to my post for this month's challenge at House of Cards: Use a Punch and/or Die. It's time for us, the Vintage & Shabby team, to share our cards!

I created a vintage card using some beautiful dies. I also worked with a color combination I haven't used in a while: peach, beige and green.




The floral paper is the soul of this card. I actually used a digital paper I designed called Floral Frames 5, printed on linen cardstock. I love how the vintage florals look! I layered three different labels on the side of the card and cut the edges remainding outside the card base. I embellished the card with 3/8" cream gross grain ribbon, pearls, crystals and a gold vintage button.

For more inspiration from the Vintage & Shabby team check out the blogs below:
Rocky : Rockycraft
Ang : Mad for paper
Merethe : Merethe's Kreative Boble
Cohenna : Cohenna.com

I hope you're inspired to join us with your creations this week! Click HERE to be taken to the original challenge post to link up!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

I'd like to submit my card to:
Buttons - Card Mania Challenge

October Challenge - Craft-Dee Bowz
Cut it Out - Crafty Cardmakers
Buttons & Bows - Eureka Stamps 
Anything Goes - The Pink Elephant

Comments

  1. Beautiful Gracie, love the rose paper! hugs :)

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    1. Sorry, I forgot to say thank you for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More for our 'Cut It Out' challenge and for playing along with us at Card Mania for our 'Buttons' challenge!

      Hugs, Pamellia DT :)

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  2. Beautiful card as usual. You make such soft lovely cards.

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  3. Oh, Gracie, this card is absolutely "delicious" with beauty! I LOVE the dies and the gorgeous paper! WOW! Totally have to have the one die I don't have (Tranquility). Thanks for sharing this stunning card, my friend!

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  4. beautiful card. wonderful combination of roses paper and dies :)

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  5. Beautiful card Gracie, love the sentiment, papers and accents. Fabulous colors and the mini tags are darling.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  6. Beautiful - I love you color scheme you chose. Have a great day Graciella.

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  7. Really pretty. I love the layers and color combo. Thanks for joining us at http://www.eurekastamps.blogspot.com/

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  8. Beautiful card Gracie! Love the layered die cuts!

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  9. Very elegant card, Gracie! Thanks for joining the Craft-Dee BowZ October challenge.

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  10. This is GORGEOUS, Gracie! LOVE the beautiful papers and the fabulous layering of dies! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  11. This is so sweet. Lovely soft colors Gracie.

    Hugs Ma, Vintage and Shappy team HOC :)

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  12. What a gorgeous card!!

    Thanks for joining us at Eureka Stamps this week.

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  13. Your card is beautiful, I love how you die cut patterned paper, it looks great.

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  14. wow Gracie you have been so very busy wonderful cards .. will try and remember to pop over tomorrow :D thanks for popping over, Shaz in Oz.x

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  15. Gorgeous card and I love the pretty color combination. Thanks for joining us this week at Eureka Stamps.
    Karal DT

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  16. This is beautiful! I love how you used such a large floral print with a very intricate die cut...I never would have thought that could work so well! Lovely layering.

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  17. Awesome project- I love every single detail! :) Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us in the Crafty Cardmakers and more "Cut It Out" challenge this time!
    Hugs,
    Leslie, DT
    Love To Scrap!
    Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog
    Lost Coast Designs
    Crafty Cardmakers and more

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