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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Altered Vintage Valentine Bingo Card for RRR Blog Hop!

Coffee of the Day - Chocolate Peppermint


Hello to all of my fellow ribbon addicts! tee hee! I know there are secret (and not so secret!) ribbon hoarders out there who have a ribbon addiction like myself. well today is your day to swoon as the Really Reasonable Ribbon Design Team shares projects featuring the ribbon club kit for January on our monthly blog hop. :)


If you have come here by way of GINNY's gorgeous blog, then you are indeed in the right spot! grab a cuppa and settle in! :) if at any time you get lost during the blog hop, just head back over to the Really Reasonable Ribbon blog for the complete list of players.

Many of you know that I love to find vintage goodies for crafting while my hubby and I are out antiquing. we came across these fun old bingo cards a while back, and I knew immediately that they would make some neat projects.

wouldn't you know that I actually had an old bingo marker in my collection, too?! just had to add it on here. :) a beautiful old Valentine, dated 1921, steals the show. normally I would scan the vintage piece and then print out a copy rather than use the actual old card on a project - at least with something that old. but this project is being sent to someone very precious to me, so I was glad to put the real deal on here for her. :)  this has already been mailed to my dear cousin, so she will be quite surprised when she receives it in the mail. :)


papers are from the Authentique Crush collection, chipboard cupid is by Blue Fern and was brushed with gold ink & gold spica glitter gel pen, rose flair button is from Pink Paislee, flourish die is Sizzix, banner die is SU!, sentiment stamp on banner is by MFT, buttons and button card are vintage, and doily is from my stash. all ribbons are from the monthly club kit with the exception of the little piece of Judy crochet trim, which is dyed with glimmer mist. Wild Orchid Crafts flowers were used: sweetheart blossoms, baby pink aster daisies (these are my new fave flower!! I love these precious little sweeties!), 2 tone pink large rosebuds, as well as hip rosebuds and lilies.

your next stop on the blog hop is to AMBER's  lovely blog. please be sure to tell her hello! :)

thanks so much for stopping by! :)
Jennifer

Challenges:
Deep Ocean - something new (paper, chipboard cupid, little flower asters, ribbon)
WAW - anything encouraging goes
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - hearts
Crafting From the Heart - anything goes
613 Avenue Create - anything goes
Craft Your Passion - anything goes
Inky Chicks - anything goes
TTCRD - anything goes
Crafty Gals Corner - buttons and bows

30 comments:

Chris said...

Beautiful project!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

How FUN! I love that vintage Bingo card and I'm impressed that you actually used it instead of hoarding it...which is probably what I would have done! You have so many sweet little touches here...the little button, the cupid, and all those fabby flowers! It's loverly!

Bad Kitty said...

Love this!
so pretty
Bad Kitty's Craftroom
>^.^<
Fiki ❤

Lucy said...

Wow-this is truly vintage with that Bingo card!
Your cousin will surely enjoy this pretty Valentine :-)

Sandra van Blaricum said...

stunning Jennifer!! Love all of it!! so much to see!
hugs,Sandra

Bonnie Garby said...

What a gorgeous project Jennifer. Love all the wonderful details. Your cousin is one lucky girl!

SpindleandDistaffCreations said...

Love the vintage touch to your creations!

Cheryl Walker said...

Beautiful job! Love your bingo card hun!
hugs
Cheryl

Sammy said...

Oh this is fab Jennifer! Love all the scrummy details, and yes, I am partial to a bit of ribbon too! x

Karen Letchworth said...

What a super sweet Valentines BINGO sign. Lovely job, my ribbon-loving friend. Hope you're having an awesome week.
Karen

D.Ann C said...

Sweet!

Bunny said...

Beautiful ribbon and all the elements on this make your eyes constantly move around to enjoy each aspect. Very nice. I'm glad to see that you parted with a nice piece to someone you love.

Nancy Hill said...

Very beautiful ribbon and layers. Gorgeous project.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful Valentine!

newfiecrafter(Marilyn) said...

Beautiful valentine card love the bingo card and all the ribbon and layers .

Tammi Cremeans said...

Awesome. Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Craft Your Passion this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge. I'm so following your awesome blog.
Hugs,

Tammi, DT

makememories4life {My Blog}

Tracey said...

Hello sweetie, I hope you are keeping well & have had a good start to 2016.
This is a stunning creation - I love it :o)
Hugs
Tracey
xx

Sandee Setliff said...

You had me at the coffee of the day, lol but I love your layering on the card, also very yummy!

Georgia Ehrmann said...

Jennifer,
Your cousin will cherish this! It is wonderful
Hugs,
Georgia

Judy said...

What a lovely way to use that old Bingo card. You have a lot of wonderful embellishments and of course gorgeous ribbon on it. Thanks for sharing with us.

Amy Cohen said...

Wow- this is awesome! I love all the layers and textures. Great job. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Gals Corner.
Amy-DT

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Fabulous vintage project!!! I too am a fan of bingo cards!

April said...

Beautiful! Love it!

Sue D said...

Awesome--I just came across some old bingo cards.

Jill said...

I love what you did with the Bingo board, just beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Vaktmästarn said...

Your card is amazing. I love the bingo card and your collection of embellishments. More is more! ;-)
Love Outi

Sara Sherlock said...

Super fun project and so many details. Thanks for joining us at 613 Avenue Create this week. We hope to see you again soon!
Sara - DT
My Blog

Pamela said...

Great creation. Thank you for joining us at Crafting from the heart.

Pam x

Sandy Mork said...

Lovely card! Thank you for joining our challenge at TTCRD!

Leslie said...

Super cute, Jennifer! I love all the fun elements you used on this! Such a fun project!