January 8, 2011

Circa 1934 Birthday Card

I love the Cosmo Cricket Circa 1934 patterned paper but it was just sitting in my paper bin waiting for the right inspiration.  Then I saw this card by Jackie Pedro.  I just love her style, she is so talented.  Here is my CASE - I love it!


I used Papertrey Ink's Beautiful Blooms II dies to create the chipboard flowers.  I love using PTI dies to do this!

Details:
Cardstock: PTI Smokey Shadow, PTI Vintage Cream, PTI Tea Dye Duo
Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket Circa 1934
Stamps: PTI Birthday Bash Sentiments
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Other: PTI Beautiful Blooms II dies, PTI True Black buttons, thin chipboard, black Sharpie Ultra Fine Point marker.
Size: 5 1/4" square

Thanks for stopping by!
Linda

11 comments:

  1. Congrats on starting your blog! The card looks great - you did a beautiful job.

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  2. Linda, the card is gorgeous! You did a wonderful job. TFS!

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  3. Such pretty papers. Great job on your card!

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  4. Linda..this card is wonderful! Don't you just love Cosmo Cricket!

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  5. This is fantastic! I have this pack too and have yet to do anything more than admire it, I might just have to cut into it. Thanks for the inspiration. So lovely.

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  6. WOW this is a great card! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. OMG.........This is just beautiful, Linda! I love those colors and the way you combined everything!

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  8. Ok Linda.....this card is FANTASTIC! I love the colors and how you've paired all those patterns together! They are perfect used for the flowers....all that fab layering! Just one very well put together card! I would be wow'd to receive this!

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  9. This is an incredible card with its bold use of color and pattern.

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  10. Your card is so gorgeous! I love the colors and patterns in the paper.

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  11. Linda, I had to come back to your blog and thank you once again for the inspiration of this card! I made one using the same paper stack and sited your card as my inspiration. I would love to have you come take a look at it here: Beth's Beauties
    Beth

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