Saturday, March 16, 2013

Sugar Creek Hollow Vintage challenge


Hi there!
Welcome to another Sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow. This week we want you to make a vintage or shabby chic project ...with the theme...

VINTAGE EASTER

I don't know where I got this image from...but its so cute! love the little chic pulling that Egg (-:
My background mat is 100% hand made stamping with Gesso onto dark brown cardstock and coloring with Bic markers...there are a couple scraps of stash designer paper on it also...
outlined and doodled with gold pen.


colored up some stash white paper flowers, used clear Vivid Pearl Pen and a piece of stash lace...
cardstock is Sage Shadow from Stampin Up

Now really hope we get to see your vintage Easter projects!

hugs,

12 comments:

Carla S. said...

Gorgeous card, Linda! Love the vintage artwork and the cool techniques you used for the background!

Selma said...

This is fabulous Linda. That little chick is darling and I love your Gesso background.

Betty Benton said...

Love those outlined leaves and your bit of lace. Cute chick!

Sandy said...

Very pretty Linda - I love the chick and the background really nice!
Sandy

Vicki Dutcher said...

What an adorable chick! :)

Shelly Schmidt said...

How cool is this awesome project!!! Love all of the fun techniques you used on it- and the image is darling!

Olga said...

Love the Vintage look, you are so good at this!!! Beautiful card

Meggymay said...

Loving the background, its a real cute image and a beautiful card.
Yvonne

Jennie said...

Very pretty and vintage-y :) Love the lace and look at you doing fab techniques!!!

Dawn @ LilyPinkScraps said...

Fab vintage style!! Love how you did your own background - fantastic :)

Patricia St Martin said...

Wonderful vintage look Linda. This is an awesome project you created an amazing background. Hope things have been good for you?
Hugs, Patricia

otomys said...

Beautiful card Linda! Tne background is stunning, love the little chic too.
Amelia x

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails