Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Vintage Polka Dots.....Yummy!

Happy Wednesday!
Question: Who doesn't LOVE polka dots? I mean seriously, maybe its a sickness, but I swear I can spot polka dots a mile away.....and then I need them! LOL!

Today's card features one of Peggy's vintage images from over at Peggy Loves Vintage. What a sweet little girl skipping along as happy as can be...not a care in the world! Tra-la-la!
Of course I printed her on textured paper so it looks and feels more vintage-y. Cards back then were so much more a piece of art. Now they just slap the image on a flat glossy card stock and call it good!
I used some baker's twine in red/white and turquoise/white all lined up alternating one color then the other and then topped it with some vintage buttons. Just a fun little detail that adds a bit of interest.
I used a Kim Hughes stamp for the sentiment and cut it out with my Nesties and then added a punched flower centered with a tiny crystal.
This is a pedestal card that I decorated using some of the Nana's Kitchen papers. The papers in that stack look really vintage to me so I thought it went well with this image.
That's about it for my card today. I hope you've enjoyed your visit to my little space in the cyber world. Thanks for visiting and please come again. Until then, have a lovely day! HUGS!

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5 comments:

DonnaMundinger said...

Oh, this is so sweet and precious DeeDee! Love the printing on the texture but I have a bit of trouble with that. Sometimes the image sort of rubs off. Do you think it's because I have a laser printer? Is your's inkjet? In any case, I adore this! xxD

joeygirl86 said...

That is the cutest little girl ever! Perfect card..I love the way you alternated the twine! Tfs! :)

Sharon Caudle said...

I LOVE this image, DeeDee!! And love how you've used her too! Cute papers, twine, and buttons and love the easel style card! Super adorable, girlfriend!!! Hugs!!

PeggyLovesVintage said...

I absolutely love the papers you've selected for this! Of course your skill at putting it all together helps a whole bunch! You have such a knack at doing this! I love it!

Crayola58 said...

Sweet....and precious, just like Donna said. Love polka dots... and you do the vintage cards up mighty fine, girlie. Love this image. Love the design. Love the style.
Carole

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