Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Spellbinders Vintage Treasures Blog Hop

Welcome to the Spellbinders Vintage Treasures By Becca Feeken Blog Hop! If you are hopping along you should have come here from Anita Kejriwal 's Blog. You can start at the beginning of the Blog Hop here.



To celebrate this release, we are giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. Giveaway closes on Sunday, July 14th 11:59 pm EDT. The winners will be announced in the blog hop post the following Monday. The winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties and taxes.


I have three cards to share with you today that I created with the Vintage Treasures Collection by Becca Feeken. My first card is created with the Shapeabilities Nobel Chatelaine Etched Dies Vintage Treasures. This a such a delicate looking die cut and each die in the set looks so pretty layered together.


I inked the flowers and the leaves and attached them with twine. The sentiment is from the Captured Sentiments Clear Stamp Set. I stamped the sentiment in Versamark Ink and embossing with white embossing powder. The final details are a few jewels. The background is inked with aqua and green ink and layered behind the panel of vellum. 


My second card features the Shapeabilities Brillante Rondelle Etched Dies. I love how the circles can be layer together and can be also be used separately.  Here I simply layered the die cuts together and stamped a sentiment in the middle. 


The flower detail is created is another die in the collection, the Shapeabilities Cinch and Go V Etched Dies. This set of dies includes four different size flowers, a center and two leaf designs. 


My final card is created with the center die cut in the  Nobel Chatelaine Etched Dies and the flowers in the Shapeabilities Cinch and Go V Etched Dies. I stamped the sentiment in the center of the die cut on black cardstock, stamping in Versamark Ink and embossing with white embossing powder. 


I arranged the flowers and leaves around the sentiment and added jewels to the center of the flowers. The background is stenciled. 

Thanks for stopping by! Now it is time to hop on over to Marie Heiderscheit's Blog. 

Here is list of all the participating bloggers: 

Melody Rupple (You are here)


36 comments :

  1. Beautiful cards. The first cards is very adorable

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  2. Your colors and designs created very fresh, summery cards. Lovely!

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  3. Oh I Love these! They are so happy and cheerful!

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  4. The Nobel Chatelaine Dies remind me of pompoms, so pretty on your card!

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  5. I love your cards! The first one is my favorite - love the color combination.

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  6. I love your first card with the twine wrap. I have not seen that before. I've noticed when you use patterned paper with these vintage dies they take on a whole new dimension. I love the flowers. Your cards are superb....

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  7. Beautiful cards. I love the colors and the styles are amazing.

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  8. Lovely cards! I like them all, so stylish and the colors are fabulous.

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  9. You really know how to put colors and patterns together. I LOVE the second one, wait, the first one, wait....LOVE them both.

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  10. All are stunning! i love the pink one with the hello and the patterned paper in the background!

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  11. Your cards are so gorgeous and feminine! I love the intricate details on these new dies.

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  12. WOW your cards are so beautifuland bright !!! They stand out and are my very favorites of the hop!!!!

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  13. Great looking cards! I love the colors you used.

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  14. Such wonderful cards! Love the colors and the designs.
    Thanks for sharing...

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  15. These are so bright and beautiful!

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  16. Such a pretty and elegant cards.. thanks for the inspiration..

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  17. Beautiful cards to feature this lovely collection! Love your color combos and details!

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  18. The last card is my favorite. Very pretty

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  19. Beautiful! I love the variety of looks.

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  20. Super beautiful and colorful cards!! Love them all! :)

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  21. Spectacular designs on these elegant cards, I love your color palettes most of all. Thanks for sharing this inspiration with these fun products.

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  22. Wowzers you are so talented!!! so many ideas!!!

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  23. Beautiful cards. I especially love the soft colors of the first card.

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  24. These are all so very pretty. :)

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  25. Love the fresh and fun colors on your gorgeous cards!

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  26. Thanks for sharing your wonderful cards.

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  27. Your cards are all so beautiful. Love the pretty colors and designs. Awesome!!

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  28. I want to say "SIMPLY LOVELY," but I also know these are NOT "simply" done cards! SO LOVELY!!!!!!! The pretty printed papers just make the dies all the more GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!! ;) A SUPER JOB, Melody!!!!!! ;)<3

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  29. stunning work - love how pretty and feminine these cards are - love them

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  30. They're all super sweet! I especially love how you tied off the little center piece in the first card... neat idea!!

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  31. Pretty card designs and I like the colors.

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  32. This is why I LOVE hops! One gets to discover new amazing crafters! Such stunning work!

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  33. Beautiful cards!! Love the fresh colors - so awesome!

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