Monday, January 31, 2011

Vintage Christmas-- FTTC 102

It's time for another Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge. Challenge 102 is to use hardware on your card. I purchased some metal crafty pieces at Tuesday morning over a year ago but have never used any. This challenge was the perfect opportunity to use one.
I had a horrible time photographing this card and still am not satisfied. I couldn't seem to get the colors true or the little sparkle I added to a few of the trees captured.

 The sentiment is the metal tag.

We had a beautiful weekend with sunny skies and temperatures in the low 60's, so yesterday we headed to mountain to hike where the trail still had quite a bit of snow and ice. Speaking of snow and ice, I hope those of you in the 60% of the US expecting another winter storm stay safe and warm.

 Have a great week,

Stamps: Vintage Postcard (Flourishes),Vintage Christmas (Crafty Secrets)
Ink: Memento London Fog (Tsukineko)
Paper: Fresh Linen, Ocean Tides, Scarlet Jewel(PTI)
Other:Die-namics Faux Crochet Border (My Favorite Things)


  1. Beautiful wintry scene Cammie! Hope you didn't jink yourself! lol! The metal sentiment is perfection!

  2. This is just one bundle of GORGEOUS, Cammie! The delicate border on either side of the image frames it so beautifully, and the embossed metal tag is PERFECT! Lovely work!

  3. Cammie this is crazy beautiful. I love how soft and sweet this is .... FABULOUS!!!!

  4. Simply beautiful Cammie! I bet it's even more beautiful with the Glitter! the added hardware looks awesome too! Thanks for joining us at the FTTC! Hugs ~S~

  5. Cammie, this is SO very pretty! I love the scene and can even see some of the glitter on the trees so I bet it is even lovelier IRL. Great choice of a border and the little metal tag looks fabulous!

  6. Very soft and pretty. Love your use of that metal plate too!

  7. Ooooooh - I do wish I could see this one up close - it is so serene and beautiful in the pictures ... but just being able turn it in the light to make it sparkle ... mmmmmm! What a delicate and fragile beauty you've captured!!


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