Stampin' Up! Vintage Vogue


I don’t think it is possible to create a bad looking card with the Vintage Vogue stamp set.

I am having a lot of fun stamping flowers, both little and big, cutting them out and positioning them on the card. Add a greeting, embellish and you are good to go. Remember this card from earlier this month? Same idea, new colours, different card. Woo Hoo!

I stamped the little flower from Vintage Vogue in Real Red and Basic Black ink and cut them out. With a mini glue dot, I added the smallest white pearl from the Pretties Kit to the center or each flower.

Next, I stamped the greeting and the vine image onto Whisper White cardstock with Basic Black ink. Between the two stamped images, I adhered a 1-1/2″ strip of the Bride Specialty paper. Love this paper! Lastly, I added a length of the Whisper White Organza ribbon with the Basic Black Grosgrain ribbon on top. Can you see the knot in the grosgrain? Sometimes a bow is just too much and a knot is a great alternative. Assemble the card by adhering the card front to the Basic Black card and the card is finished. It really didn’t take long at all.


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Stamps:  Vintage Vogue – $31.95 Wood, $23.95 Clear, Set of 8, page 26 of the Occasions Mini Catalogue

Ink:  Basic Black, Real Red

Paper: Bride Specialty Paper, Basic Black, Whisper White

Other: Pretties Kit, Basic Black 1/4″ Grosgrain Ribbon, Whisper White Organza Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots

Don’t think it, ink it!