Sunday, May 22, 2016

Paper Players 296 Vintage Robin


Happy Sunday, everyone!  It's time for another Paper Players  challenge, and today Laurie is our hostess with a pretty little sketch:


I haven't done anything vintage for a while, and I just got this beautiful robin image from Artistic Outpost (Birds of a Feather), so I went on a search for some vintage-style papers and came up with this:


 I didn't really have any plain cardstock that complemented these beautiful papers, so I stamped my robin on some Naturals Ivory cardstock in Mint Macaron, added a little shading to the bird with Always Artichoke, then sponged everything with Blushing Bride to match the little lattice design on the paper.    I added a scallop in Always Artichoke, some wonky stitching:


a shabby seam binding bow:


and a Paper Pumpkin sentiment diecut with a Bitty Banners die:


I just love this sketch, there are so many possibilities!  I hope you'll play along too.  Here's what the DT came up with:

Softball time!
 

22 comments:

  1. I want to frame this!
    Beautiful!

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  2. Your rock at vintage cards! This is gorgeous...LOVE that bow and all the sweet details. Have a great day LeAnne!

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  3. This is absolutely stunning! You vintage so very well. What machine do you use to do your stitching? Do you have a dedicated machine for paper? That bow totally ROCKS! ~chris

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  4. LeAnne, this is simply stunning! Love every single detail!!

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  5. Wow, you've outdone yourself, LeAnne! What a beauty. Love the vintage paper, the bird image, your crinkly ribbon, and the stitching is amazing!

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  6. Oh my, what a beauty! The soft colors and vintage images are gorgeous and you be blended all the colors beautifully! Borane worthy indeed!

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  7. LOVELY LeAnne! As always there is another of your amazing bows! Love how you got everything to match!

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  8. Beautiful vintage card, LeAnne!! Love the choice of colors! How did you make that crinkly bow? Absolutely gorgeous!

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  9. Beautiful. Love the vintage style and everything about your card.

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  10. Nobody does vintage like you girl! Absolutely fabulous!

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  11. The vintage mystique is very appealing! The colors, arrangements, and layers all work well together! Superb job!

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  12. Love the colors and your wonky stitching on your pretty vintage card LeAnne!!

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  13. This is really beautiful, LeAnne! I aspire to do more work with a vintage or collage feel, but haven't yet had too much success - or the time to try really!! : ) xo Crystal

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  14. Be still my heart! I so wish I could pull off this style - instead I'm going to sit and swoon over your card LeAnne, with its wonderful vintage details and shabby chic bow. I love it!!!

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  15. I am not a vintage person but when it comes to birds on a card I just swoon! And it so happens that I have this set too! Gosh it's simply looks gorgeous and the papers are so perfect! Thank you for the inspiration. I just had to pin it!

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  16. love love love it LeAnne ~ love vintage and your shabby chic bows are the best!!!! Oh how I wish I could do those....tutorial please!!!! ((hugs))

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  17. LeAnne, you are the QUEEN of vintage cards! I love every detail! That stitching makes me smile! Please teach me how to sew on cards! That big beautiful bow is fabulous, My Friend! XX

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  18. LeAnne, this card is stunning. You know how I love your vintage cards. That wonky stitching you added is so beautiful. Again, I have to way how much I love the bow too.

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  19. I don't know anyone who does vintage like you. Wish I could, LOL. This is really SO pretty. Love the subtle pink and green colors and that bow is fab.

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  20. LeAnne, once again you have proven that you are the queen of switching styles. CAS, Bold, Graphic and Vintage.. you rock them all and this card is no exception. Beautiful
    hugs
    jyadee

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