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Sunday, 13 September 2015


I love shabby chic cards but somehow mine always seem to be more shabby than chic ! I've used one of my very favourite Penny Black stamps, Botanical Notes, papers from my scrap box, bits of lace, a shabby seam binding bow, several buttons and the lattice die.  I would like to enter it into a few challenges.
Fab,n,funky - Shabby Chic
Flonzcraft vintage stamping - tic tac toe - I've chosen the middle row, vintage tones,flowers and lace
Allsorts - Buttons


  1. This card is absolutely stunning Joan and I love the dusky pink colour. I can see why these stamps are your favourites. X

  2. I am never quite sure of the line between shabby chic and vintage Joan, in my mind they merge into one.

    It's a gorgeous creation and I am with you on that lovely PB stamp, one I love as well, and the tatty seam binding bow finished it beautifully.

    Many thanks for joining in at FlonzCraft Vintage Stamping and Allsorts challenges.

    B x

  3. Stunning use of that beautiful stamp Joan!! Love it!

  4. Such a pretty card Joan, very chic and certainly on shabby.
    Hugs, Avril xx

  5. What an elegant card. Thank you for entering our button challenge at Allsorts this week!

  6. Very beautiful card. Wonderful image and love all the vintage lace & ribbon. Thanks for playing along with us at Fab'n'Funky this week. Pat K x

  7. A very beautiful card Joan, all the layers and main image look fabulous.
    Yvonne xx

  8. A lovely, cute creation! Thanks for playing in this week's challenge of Vintage over at Creative Inspirations! xxx

  9. I think the chic and shabby are in just the right proportions!! LOL Lovely project. Love all the details on the background papers too. Thanks for sharing your creative project with us on the Vintage Stamping Challenge Blog!!

  10. Beautiful card.Lovely details.
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts 'Button' challenge this week and good luck x Susan x


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