Today I'm so excited because I stepped out of my comfort zone for a Vintage project! You can use the photo above for inspiration, but remember that you don't have to use the same colors as the photo---it's just for you to get started.
I am in LOVE with this First Edition Designer Series Paper (Occasions Mini). It is thinner than most of the Stampin' Up! and is easier to manipulate. I cut my scallops out of it, then ran them through the crimper two different ways. I used my fingernails to "age" the edges. I put an antique brad into the middle of my flower.
Aren't the bees sweet? That is the Botanical Gazette Designer Series Paper from the Occasions Mini.
I am so glad you stopped by to see what I created for the Pals Paper Arts Challenge. Are you ready to go vintage? What are you waiting for?
Card Stock: So Saffron, Not Quite Navy, Very Vanilla
Designer Series Paper: Specialty First Edition, Botanical Gazette
Stamps: Define Your Life
Ink: Basic Black, River Rock (edges)
Accessories: Scallop Circle, 1-3/4" and 2-3/8" Scallop Circle, Antique Brad, crimper, sponge dauber, (with River Rock ink pad)
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This is definitely the bee's knees! I love the newsprint flower - on my list to do!
Love what you did with this bee-utiful paper, Patti! Your flower is wonderful!
Patti, this is bee-ming with beauty! Love how you distressed with your fingernails!
Beautifully done, Patti. I love the layers of scallop and regular circles and especially done with some DSP!
The bees are fantastic. Great way to use the First Edition DSP.
Love your vintage card Patti. Fabulous flower too!!! Hugs,
Ooo, you tricked me, I thought you expedited the set LOL, but its the paper! ;) Great card Patti!
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