I love it when I discover something old and lovely in my thrifting adventures...and make use of it in a new way! I recently found some antique belt buckles and have had fun using them in unique ways on my cards. My first impulse was to hoard this ceramic type one...it is crackled and the perfect shade of cream...love it. Had to pair it with my fave color combo lately....springy greens and lavender. Sooo yummy. I also found the angels...they are old cake decorations! I glittered this one and added a bit of ink to it. I like how it looks like she/he is really contemplating something very near and dear to their heart. I thought the sentiment fit perfectly with that. Last but not least I found some neat old vintage clip earrings. Very nostalgic and old fashion. The shades of pink are so soft and sweet. Hope you enjoy...and hope your Monday was not TOO Mondayish! hugs, cherry
ACK!!! These are STUNNING!!
Completely adorable! Mimi
Oh so pretty!
These are just so pretty girl...you are so talented and have such an eye for detail...hope you're having a great week....Picket
AMAZING!! I adore them all
Girl, you never cease to amaze with your ideas! I love seeing what you have come up with and get motivated all over again!
Love your thrifting finds and how perfectly they work on your cards.
I love your vintage finds and what you did with them. These are some fabulous cards!!!!! Great spring colors!!!
These are just beautiful Cherry. I love the pretty leaves. Where do you get them? I have seen many at the store, just not those colors. :)
Gorgeous! Love, love the upcycled vintage findings you've added here. They are so fun and so unique, and your projects are just stunning, as always!
OH your creations are delightful -- Not much creatin or blogging here -- BAbies abound -- Gotta get baby kisses fast ,they are growing so fast HUgz Kathy - ga ♥
Beautiful and romantic. Your designs and shop are just lovely!
So much shabby goodness in this Cherry! Wow! Love your brooch on the first card! Stunning cards!
Your cards are truly amazing and inspiring. I notice many designers are quite generous in letting a reader know what they've used and where to find it. Would you ever consider doing that in the future?
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