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Vintage Typewriter Thank you very much for... card

Good afternoon everyone, hope you are well :-) I am here with a thank you card I made for my crafty ribbons team mate Laura who was very kind and sent me a card when I was having a hard time :-) I used an image of a vintage typewriter and a message which I shaped and placed on 3D foam to give proper dimension from the paper. I used Papermania and Tim Holtz papers, DCWV metallic cardstock, Rose ribbons from Crafty Ribbons, lace, a key charm and a wooden heart which I threaded with pink bakers twine.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:

Thank you for looking and for all your lovely comments :-)

Comments

  1. Fabulous Elaine love it hun - have a great day too x

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  2. Beautiful card and love the typewriter hun, I have blog candy if you are interested.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  3. Super card - love the typewriter image.
    xx

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  4. Your friend will love this! It's so sweet!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

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  5. Elaine this is lovely, thank you for joining us over at Fan-Tastic Tuesday we would love you to come back next week and join in with another fab challenge....
    Hugs
    Suzy B DT
    XX

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  6. Wonderful design for your square card, lovely charms added, thanks for joining us at Fan-Tastic Tuesday this week

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  7. Beautiful card!Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

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  8. This is so so pretty!!! I love the paper and pretty key!Thank you for sharing your creation and joining in with the fun at City Crafter Challenge Blog this week.

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  9. What a beautiful thank you card!! I just love that typewriter!! Such a fun way to be creative and add a sentiment in a different way. I was just wondering if there was a typewriter image somewhere before I came across this card. I just received a gorgeous 6x6 pad of paper from Echo park -Head over Heels that has mini typewriters in the background and I thought to myself it would be a great match and so fun with a typed message coming out of a typewriter.

    Thanks so much for sharing with us at ODBD this week.

    blessings,
    Chris

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  10. fab work, loving the shabby chic vintage look, it's gorgeous x

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  11. Lovely shabby chic card! Perfect take on the photo challenge using lace, colors and flowers! Thanks for Shining the Light this week at ODBD!

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  12. Very cute card. Love the heart button
    Thanks for joining in this week at Inky impressions challenge.
    Hugs katie x

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  13. What a beautiful card! Love the typewriter with the vintage feel :-) Thanks for joining us at ODBD Shining the Light challenge this week. Elizabeth

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  14. It's gorgeous!! And I have a soft spot for typwriters... Thank you for joining us at City Crafter :-)

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  15. Lovely vintage card! I just adore that typewriter image! Thanks for joining us for our Girly Girl challenge at Crafting By Designs this week. Hope to see you for our next challenge!

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  16. Love this vintage card, well done Elaine!
    Thank you for joining us over at Crafting For All Seasons, good luck and hope to see you again.

    Hugs,
    Milnie DT

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  17. A beautiful creation Elaine. Thank you for making "One for the Girls" with us at CFAS, good luck and I hope we see you again soon. Carol DT x

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Thank you for your lovely comments, I really appreciate them all :-) Elaine-xxx-

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