Monday, January 15, 2018

Vintage ~ Mocha!~

Cardstock: White, Black, Polk-A-Dot - Newsprint - Brown
Crinkle Ribbon
Cuttlebug - TH Coffee Embossing Folder on the black Cardstock
MFT-Die Namics Tag Stitched die - Mocha, Mocha - my personal stamps - Brown Ink - Misti
Newsprint with coffee stain stencil - Brown Ink - Spellbinders Scallop Die Cut
Brown ink for sponging around the card and on card base
Rectangle die cut Spellbinders for Polk-a-dot cardstock
Corner Stickers - Vintage Girl Printable Fussy Cut 
Scotch Mounting Tape behind Girl
Beccy's Image Post - Portrait Die Cutting - print N Cut
K&Company Epoxy Bird on Mailbox
K&Company Delight Epoxy Sentiment
Washi Tape - Mouse Ear Punch - Brown Cardstock behind Vintage Gal

Inspired to create by these Challenges:
January CHN Patterned Challenge
January PIP 1802 AG #2
January Weekly Simon Says Monday - Birds of a Feather - bird on mailbox #1
January Beccy's Place AG with her image - Post Mailbox
January Bi-Weekly Cardz TV #30 AG #3


  1. What a cute and fun card with so many delicious elements to draw the eyes in! I love that little birdie on the mailbox, so cute!

  2. I really like the collage-look of your card Gail, there's lots of elements to look at. I love the vintage looking image of the little girl and the wonderful seam binding ribbon too. Great job!

  3. Lots of great things going on in your card, Gail!! Each time I look at it something different catches my attention. Thanks very much for sharing it with us at PIP Challenges!

  4. Wow, Gail! What a fabulous fusion of elements! You are always such a visionary with how you see beautiful uses for ordinary materials. I love how you've combined artistic styles and textures here. This was a joy to see and as always, I'm so glad you take the time to share your talents with us here at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

  5. Thanks for joining us at CraftyHazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge for January!
    Monica - DT


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