Vintage Designed Card by Guest Stamper: Marilyn B.

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Today I’d like to share with you a beautiful card that I received from one of my team members from our Star’s Card Swap.  If you like the “vintage” look, you will love this card … Marilyn brought together the Very Versailles stamp set and the Magnolia’s.

The Vintage style used on Marilyn’s card creates a soft elegant look …

The neutral color pallet adds to the vintage look.  Marilyn used Very Vanilla and Crumb Cake.  The layering of the verbiage in the background with the foliage stamped over the top, really creates added depth to the card.  The tearing adds texture to the card, while the sponging of the edges “ages” the card which coordinates nicely and adds to the vintage look.

Speaking of “vintage” … the Very Vanilla 3/8″ Scalloped Lace Trim really ties the card together and adds to that vintage look.  Who wouldn’t love receiving this beautiful card in the mail … or in a swap!!  I love gathering with my team.

During Sale-a-bration is a great time to join my team and the Stampin’ Up! family.  When you join during Sale-a-bration, you will get the $125 worth of product for only $99 PLUS a FREE Stamp set of your choice, a wonderful designer paper sampling and the cute little paper cutter (I love it and it travels well).

Stampin’ Up! and I both offer training and inspiration…. and so much more, so if you’d like to hear more about it, just message me and we’ll chat.

Oh yes, and we swap … Thanks Marilyn for the beautiful card.

Thank you so much for joining me today, let me know if you have any questions on the information I shared today.  Hope Marilyn’s card inspired you to try out a “vintage” style on your next card.

I’ll see you tomorrow for my Simply Sunday series.

Have a wonderful weekend.  Linda


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