Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Bingoooooooooooooo!

Hi to you!
 
I have a little altered friendship mini to share today using the Bingo card stamp as my base.
OHHH did I have fun stamping this using different patterned papers.








I wanted an old vintagey look ....almost like antique wallpaper combinations. I backed each bingo card with chipboard and sanded the edges for a worn and seamless look.


Than I went to work creating some embellies using the Rose garden stamp set. Keeping with the vintagey look I stamped onto some gingham fabric and antique pattern papers. Love the demension the old pattern paper gives to each rose.   I did the same for the middle bingo card using a butterfly stamp from the vintage treasures set .


I added the sweet On the fence die to the bottom of each card. I added some bits and bobs...buttons, ribbons, and of course a few pearl jellie dots .  



I decided to also add some sentiments to this...I wanted it to be a friendship mini....something you could give to a friend for a bit of  cheer so I added some of the sentiments from the friends set.


After that I just HAD to give it some shimmer...so I went crazy and glittered the whole thing with some Diamond glitter in clear .  Love the subtle shine it gives!  
Hope you enjoy!  hugs, cherry
Supplies:
Stamps:  The Rubber Cafe'-Bingo Card, Rose Garden, Vintage Treasures , Friends
Ink: PTI
Papers: Various patterned papers by -Girls Paperie, Martha Stewart, Crate Paper and vintage pattern paper
Embellishments: The Rubber Cafe'-Pearl Jellie Dots, You're So Fine Glitter, misc buttons, fabrics, Really Reasonable Ribbon- ribbons
Tools:  The Rubber Cafe' - On the Fence die made by Spellbinders

4 comments:

TesaB said...

Wonderful! Such a BEAUTY, looove all the glitter and vintage look!!!

Karen T said...

I love this Cherry! So fun and well done with all the printed papers, and stamped Bingo cards... I have this fun stamp in my next order- too fun!

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Oh yea it is a beauty sweetie!
Always love the vintage look and glitter

Lionel Forsyth said...

Very Pretty