Last Day of Sale-A-Bration 2012

Last Day of Sale-A-Bration 2012

I can’t believe it’s the last day of March already, can you? Wow! Time surely does fly when it comes to Sale-A-Bration! I want to share a couple more cards with you using the Fresh Vintage stamp set which is available for free . . . but today’s the last day!

Here’s a simple card using the Fresh Vintage stamp set.  I heat embossed the Fresh Vintage with white embossing powder and then the Thank you from the Kindness matters stamp set with Black embossing powder.  Don’t you just love to have such a simple card you know you can easily make with this stamp set?

I’m excited about this lovely card!  Unfortunately as I write this, I realize the flowers you see on here are all from retired punches and Embosslit die.  Sorry!  I saw a card similar to this and I couldn’t resist making one of my own.  Can you see the Fresh Vintage stamping in the right corner of the card?  I used Whisper White craft ink to give it this light touch.

Both of these cards use the Fresh Vintage stamp set on Crumb Cake cardstock.  Can you see the vast difference between using Craft ink and white embossing powder?  Sometimes people ask me if they can be interchanged.  I thought I would point out the difference for you.  The embossing is much more defined where the craft ink is soft.

Today I’m going to set up a booth at a 12 hour crop at Shrewsbury Christian Academy!  I’m looking forward to being with so many scrapbookers!  I’ll let you know how it goes!


  1. I like seeing the different ways to use the Fresh Vintage stamp set. I love this set, and to be able to use it many different ways is fun! And useful! Hope your day at the school goes well! Happy creating! 🙂

  2. Have a great time today at the crop.
    The cards are lovely, you have such a gift for creativity.

    Looking forward to April 3 for the gift making class.
    See you then!


  3. These are gorgeous yet very simple. Elegant!

  4. Yes, I can see it! The embossing looks so much better to me. I think I am just spoiled with how paper crafting has changed since I was introduced to it. I can’t wait to see what the future holds.

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