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Monday, February 1, 2010

~~Vintage Valentine~~


Good morning Y'all...Happy Monday!!! This is another card made with one of my vintage findings.This lil valentine had 1928 written on the back, but I couldn't make out the names.I used chalk pencils to enhance the light lavender that was on the valentine, because it had faded with age. ( just like my mind ! ) I cut the heart from....rut roh, I cut it so long ago, I have forgotten which cart its from. ( see what I mean ! ) Senior moments are coming fast and furious here lately! I used the postage stamp from Cuttlebug along with Core'dinatiuons paper. Sanded it, glittered up the hearts ..well the entire card, actually. Added the rick rack....some more from my vintage stash, did a lil stitchin and poppin and there ya go!! Thanks SO much for stopping by and taking a peek!!

4 comments:

DonnaMundinger

Adorable Joy! I'm getting so partial to vintage, especially after CHA. Your card is the sweetest. And let's not talk about those senior moments. LOL xxD

Janis

Beautiful - I've been gravitating toward lavender a lot lately. I have moments when I do such stupid stuff I think I'm losing my mind. For example, when pulling back the shower curtain a few years ago, I reached for the Toilet Paper to dry off with, stopping myself midway, jerking my hand back to myself while gasping. LOL :)

Crayola58

Aodrable, indeed.... I love anything vintage and I often forget to use something to make a card. Shame on me. Your card is just precious... Senior moments? Awwwww.
Hugs
Carole

Audrey Frelx

Very nice card!

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