Friday, October 23, 2015

Cheery Lynn Designs Vintage Challenge

Hello, and welcome to my take on CLD challenge. You can join over here,   Cheery Lynn blog

I die cut two (2nd largest) lg coved rectangeles; added Victorian Velvet distress ink. Next took some patterned papper and cut coordinating coved rectangle from lg coved rectangles silver. Cut out of white cs, (#4) lg coved rectangles and embossed it with timeless tulips embossing plate. Then cut out an oval from embossed cs and cut one from velum and wrote sentiment (higgins pen ink). Cut out some lace using dsp and the Anastasia border die, and distressed with crumb cake ink(SU) and crumpling up.

I stamped my Victoria dress image from ODBD in memento tuxedo black on Crafters Companion smooth white card stock. Colored with Spectrum Noirs, (lg3) (lg4) (lg5) (jg1) (jg5) (dg1). Fussy cutting around bottom of dress (cut off legs of dress form), cut out image with inverted scallop oval. Embellished with coordinating silver stitch dies. Distressed oval with crumb cake ink. Next I cut out a few mirror mirror doilies using various patterned papers.  One to matte the dress; cut one in half and matted around the other. Placed on inside of card.

Before adheiring card together I distressed coved rectangle pieces using distress tool.


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All dies and embossing CLD, patterned paper are retired Stampin Up


  1. Beautiful vintage themed card Sarah! Thanks so much for participating in the Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge this week and good luck.

  2. Beautiful green dress card! Thanks for joining us this week with cheery Lynn designs.

  3. Such a pretty vintage card. Thanks for joining in the challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs and good luck.
    Julie x

  4. Beautiful! Thanks so much for joining in the challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs this week!

  5. Your card is amazing! Did you use lace or did you make our die look like lace?? It's hard to see..... I love this pretty card of yours wow. Thank yous so much for taking the time to play in our challenge at the Cheery Lynn Designs blog hugs Amy have a wonderful weekend xox

    1. Any I used the Anastasia border die, then crumpled it up to make it look like it was old!
      Thanks for the comment, and you too have a great weekend.