VectoriaDesigns - Journal Passport Card




Happy Friday everyone! I am here to share a passport card I created using some wonderful images from VectoriaDesigns. This is a wonderful shop on Etsy that I found and I just LOVE her images! So let me show you what I did.

Now when I start any project that will have lots of detail and elements, I "Go Shopping" in my craft room. I have been crafting for a while, so I have collected many embellishments along the way to use on my cards. 

Whenever I am creating my Passport cards, I cut out all my paper first. I put lots of detail into these cards, so I find having everything cut first really makes a difference. 


I found these wonderful digital images in a set called Vintage Memories over at VectoriaDesigns. This set has 8 ATC's Vintage images that are perfect for card making and crafting. You can get to this set by clicking on the image below. 


I used paper from 7 gypsies  6" x 6" pad called Postale.  The word JOURNAL is a remnant rub from the Tim Holtz collection called "Words."


I also incorporated some metal object from Tim Holtz' Idea-ology collection as well as from Spare Parts which is carried in my local Hobby Lobby store. 


The rubber stamps are from the So Suzy Collection. These Postmark stamps work great for my passport cards. (I have all 4.) I also used stamps from Inkadinkado as well as Stampin Up.


These fun little envelopes worked perfect to house these little ATC cards. I thought it would be fun to create a pocket and insert a few of these so that little notes could be written on them. They are called Science Envelopes  and are also available over at VectoriaDesigns.


I hope you have a great Weekend!

I would like to share my card with the following challenges:


Products used in making this card



Comments

  1. THIS IS GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!! I totally love the passport cards!

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  2. Sweet ~ What a great idea! Love the vintage style. Thanks very much for joining in my challenge at LunagirlMoonbeams.com~ ~ Karen

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  3. Fabulous and wonderful Monica thank you for joining us this week at Inspiration Destination
    Dianne x
    ID DT

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  4. Taylor,

    Such a beautiful creation! This can be used for so many occasions. I love when you find something you fall in love with on the internet. Unfortunately, I fall in love a lot!!!

    Thanks for playing at ~Jo's Scrap Shack~

    Happy Crafting,
    Bridget

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  5. What a lovely project! I love the vintage feel, always have loved anything vintage and shabby chic! Thanks so much for playing along in our Funday Friday challenge this week!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    ♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

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  6. Thanks for joining us at Crafts 4 Eternity this week :) Gorgeous creation! hugs x

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  7. I love your creation Monica! Awesome!

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