Saturday, April 10, 2010

Vintage Baby card...

I received an invitation yesterday to a baby shower, so now I have been on a mission making a couple of baby cards so I can decide which one goes along with the baby gift! Just an excuse to make a couple of cards! I just love those old vintage cards so much. So a couple of weeks ago I came across this stamp set from Ellen Hutson's site, called Baby Dear from Cornish Heritage Farms.


Yesterday Paula posted this gorgeous card with some beautiful roses she had made on a beautifully done card. I was so happy when she posted the turtorial for it! So last night began my obsession with rose making. Small ones, medium and large! Here is Wendy's wonderful blog with a turtorial on roses!

21 comments:

  1. What a stunning card!! I love those roses you have made, the image is just lovely..The embossing and stitching is also a very lovely touch..Gorgeous vintage card!!
    Hugs, Linda

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  2. I witness the master at work last night at our club night, Christine you are amazing, Love the roses, thanks for sharing last night. It was wonderful to get together again. Your card is wonderful!!! Huggs!

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  3. A lovely vintage card..love the image and wow those roses are gorgeous..The stitching just finishes it off..I love it..
    Mandy xx

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  4. Oh what precious image and colors!! Very vintage and elegant!! Gorgeous roses!!

    hugs,
    Chris

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  5. Hi Christine what a gorgeous and beautiful image, I love it, the card is stunning especially your flowers they are so pretty. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

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  6. Beautiful sentiment!!! This image is gorgeous and I love the flowers you have made too,
    Angela x

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  7. Beautiful card!! and i love those fabulous roses. you find such fabulous tutorials Christine!!
    hugs,
    Rachel

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  8. This is gorgeous Christine. So soft and pretty. Love those flowers....must check out the tutorial! Thanks for the link.

    Kat xx

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  9. Sweet card, your roses are lovely

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  10. WOW Christine, you are so talented. Just love the roses and when I had a look at how to do them, easy or what!!
    I did your other handmade flower last night, the tissue paper ones, take a look on my blog if you can, thank you for the wonderful inspiration, your blog is a treat to visit.
    Debbiexx

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  11. Christine, this is such a gorgeous card! The vintage image is beautiful and I just love that embossed panel! And WOW - those roses!!! Girl, you really know how to hand make your flowers - they totally rock! I know what I'll be doing on my next card (when I feel well enough to craft)!! Your inspiration is truly awesome!!
    Hugs, Danielle xo

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  12. Wow. It turned out amazing. I just love those flowers. It was fun last night. I got a lot done. That paper is gorgeous. Love the colors.
    Hugs xx
    Carolyn

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  13. Oh my! this is just lovely and so precious! Fab card!

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  14. What a beautiful vintage baby card. Some lucky new Mom is going to love receiving this beauty.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  15. Lovely card! I love the vintage look, very nice! I've never done anything vintage, it kind of scares me... I wouldn't know where to start, but I'd like to try it. Any tips? I don't have any supplies that would fit into that category. Aloha, J:)

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  16. How pretty. That image is so vintage looking and I love the roses. Marianne x

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  17. Christine, beautiful card. I love the vintage image and the soft colours for your card. Beautifully made roses. I checked out the tutorial--wonderful!! I will be giving it a try. Thanks for the link.

    Hugs.
    Norma

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  18. I love your roses Christine, they are absolutely fab. I adore roses too!

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  19. A beautiful card and a lovely image, Christine! Great roses too! Hugs, Lesley

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