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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Vintage Blue

Well, I've sniffled through today with a tissue not far from my nose! I went in to the city today with a friend to look for a new handbag at the sales. It is officially a public holiday, but most of the retailers in the city were open and also some of the bigger department stores in the suburbs, but the supermarkets were closed. Not that we lacked food, LOL, still more turkey, ham and pork to be had. I was grateful for having a bought lunch today and just ate a burger!
All the guys in the family have gone to the SpeedWay tonight so I'm home alone and not much on tv so actually decided to sit down and craft instead.
Here is the result,
I've used yet another free digi (have been saving them so thought it would be good to actually use them otherwise it will just be another lot of hoarded craft items to add to the stash. This may be one of my New Year's Resolutions, to use stash items!)
The base card is one of the SU Blues (lost the packaging) and then I've used two DP's from stash and the brown one is from SU and the one going across the middle is the other side of the SU paper. I matted the three top ones with the blue cardstock and then mounted my image which was cut out with a nestie die and backed with blue card which I trimmed to give a very small border. I popped it onto the card with foam dots. I decided I didn't want to put a sentiment on this one.
I am going to enter it into the challenge at Make It Monday #69 - Anything Goes.
and also into the challenge at Top Tip Tuesday#66 - Anything Goes
and Karen's Doodles Challenge #94-Spots & Stripes
Yeah, might even go to bed early tonight, so thanks for stopping by and for the encouraging comments too!
Take Care,
Sandy

18 comments:

  1. Hello Sandy. Another of these gorgeous images, coloured so nicely. Great mixture of papers too, very effective.
    Isnt it nice to have peace and quiet, and sit and craft, bliss.
    Hope you feel better soon.
    Love Sandra xxx

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  2. Hi Sandy.Lovely card .great design, combination of papers and image .
    hugs

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  3. Hi Sandy
    What an absolutely gorgeous image - I have not seen that one before!
    Thank you for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday!  Don't forget you can enter up to 3 different projects per challenge, and if you share a tip on your blog add Tip after your name on Linky for a chance to win the Tippers prize! Hope to see you again next week!

    Hugs
    Leanne xx

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  4. Feel better soon!
    I like this lady too!
    I liked the Lady in Green, but don't think I commented on her!

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  5. Just love how you used your dies in an original framing pattern Sandy. Beautiful image and papers...I never get tired of looking at any kind of design papers. Looooooove your card. :)Peggy

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  6. Gorgeous card Sandy.. I stayed away from the post christmas sales as it is too much of a nightmare..Saw this on MIM..Loz

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  7. So stylish! Thank you so much for joining us at Make it Monday and Happy New Year!
    Rene :D

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  9. Hamburger sounds good! LOL What a pretty combination of printed papers and dapper young woman decked out in blue. Very pretty!

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  10. This is lovely - what a great little freebie you got there!

    Hope you found a handbag by the way ;)

    Thanks for joining in with our 'Anything Goes' challenge this week over at Top Tip Tuesday and don't forget if you have a Top Tip to share with us you could win another fabby prize!

    Carol x

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  11. Very Classy, love the art deco look..

    Thanks for sharing at Make it Monday...and wishing you a very Happy New Year.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  12. hi Sandy a gorgeous image and beautifully coloured. Love your layout and fab colours.

    Marie

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  13. Lovely card, Thanks for stopping by my blog also! saw your card on MIM too! hugs me x

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  14. Sandy this lovely vintage lady in blue is fabulous on the die-cut surrounded by the patterned papers in soft, muted colors.

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  15. The blue color and the image are very beautiful.



    plastic cards
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  16. Ps .. Thanks for joining us this week at Top Tip Tuesday,, hope to see you soon! Hugs Samantha :0)

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  17. fab card, thanks for joining us at Karens Doodles :)

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