Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Peggy's FREE Vintage Pilgrim and Indian

Happy Wednesday! 
I've been enjoying making all the Fall cards lately, but when I spotted this cute little vintage image over at Peggy Loves Vintage Blog for FREE.....I had to make a Thanksgiving card!
Isn't this an adorable image?  I think two little boys ate way too much and are feeling the affects now! Heehee!
In case you're new to my blog, I always use textured paper to print my vintage images on.  To me it gives a more vintage look and adds to the charm of vintage images.
I used my Cricut Expressions machine and my Doodlecharms cartridge to cut out the little leaf, then I inked the edges to define it a bit more.  The orange paper you see here is a frozen dinner box I up-cycled.  Oh and of course...a bit more cork!
Let's get stuffed is a stamp from a Kim Hughes set.  My very first Kim Hughes stamp set to be exact.  It was perfect for this image!
I am loving this little card and how stinkin' adorable it is!  Peggy has so many cute, adorable fun, beautiful and playful images over at her store. If you haven't visited her really should! Don't forget to go grab your freebie from her blog and make your own Thanksgiving card.  Leave Peggy some comment love and please let her know I sent you!

Thanks for dropping by today. Please come again really soon, but until then...have a lovely day!  HUGS! :)
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Claire said...

Hi Deedee, thanks for the comment on my blog, I love your card, especially the recycling bit lol, sometimes I recycle things like that and it work out great.
Claire xxx

Sharon Caudle said...

Oh how adorable is this card!!! I love the fun colors and the papers are awesome! Of course that adorable image is fantastic! FABULOUS card, my friend!! Love it!!

papertrails leaver said...

this is totally adorable! Love the vintage image! :-) Amy

Lori said...

This is fabulous! LOVE that image and the book page leaf! Darling...

Curt in Indy said...

This is one of those images that makes you go "awwwwwwww". Love what you did with it, and I was smiling ear to ear when I saw your "recycled" paper. I still have some left that you sent me and find it hard to let go or use. I still pull out the card you made me last Fall and display it in my craft room. Hope you are well! Best, Curt

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Love this- thanks for linking to Things I've Made Thursdays. Featured you on facebook today!!

PeggyLovesVintage said...

How sweet! I love it! The up-cycle is perfect! I think I need to eat more TV dinners cos I'm really liking the paper. lol

Great card and thanks girlie!

Anonymous said...

this card is gorgeous!

Janie Printz said...

This is really wonderful & I love how you used Recycled paper on it ... Made me jump up & look thru my freezer to see what I could use. 7 million sheets of paper I own & I'm looking for something from the freezer. Now that's a crafter for you !!! That image is adorable & I grabbed it from Peggy & left het s little love esrlier today ... Thanks for sharing this amazing card.

destiny said...

How sweet is THIS!! Love working with paper too but this is way out of my leaugue!!!
Great JOB!

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