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Floral Postcard Tag

Merry Christmas! I hope you've had a great time surrounded by family and friends! May our saviour Jesus continue to fill your hearts and homes with his never ending mercy and love! Today I have the pleasure of sharing a card I created with supplies from Classy Cards 'n Such! This time I created a vintage card with lots of stamping and a few die cuts.

I like to use tags on cards. I think it's a nice twist that gives a card a different look. Today's card is the perfect example!


I started out by die cutting a beige base layer using Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A. Then I also die cut a beautiful border with the very new Spellbinders Mary Border Strip and three small medallions with Fancy Label Tags Two.

I adhered the beige layer to the brown card base with 1/2" Scor-Tape. Next I attached the border on the side and then I added a piece of pink ribbon on top of it. I also adhered the three small medallions on top of the border. Once I added all the die cuts I mounted the previously made tag, which was stamped with many images from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps, Bo Bunny, Flourishes and Do Crafts. I used Gold detail powder to emboss the PostCard sentiment on the tag. I decorated it with a piece of Fused string pearl beads in golden ivory. To finish my design I attached a pretty bow, embellished with a large gold vintage button.


If you'd like to know how I made my tag, please click here to be directed to a step by step photo tutorial.

Hope you liked my card! I invite you to visit CCNS store! Remember that if you purchase you can get 10% off using my discount code Gracie-10.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


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  1. Gorgeous card Gracie! Love every detail on it, especially Post Card stamp!

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  2. This is stunning!! I love the colors -- brown and pink together is one of my favorite combos!! Such beautiful detail!!

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  3. Oh, Gracie, what a gorgeous card with such loveliness and beauty! Exquisite colors and details! Hugs, sweet friend!

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  4. Hi Gracie! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, I sure did, but I admit it's great to be back to my craft room! This is yet another gorgeous make that I could stare at for hours! I just love your sense of style, all your bits are always perfectly put together to make a spectacular project! I look forward to learning from you and being inspired by you in the upcoming year! see you again soon, hugs :)

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