Back to School Card & Boo Halloween Card

Hello!  Heidi here, and I have a couple of cards to share with you today.

The first card is a back to school card to celebrate the first day.  I know several schools have been in session for a couple of weeks but some of the schools around here are just starting back.

This card could be for a teacher or a child.  The papers I used are from Cosmo Cricket Odds & Ends.

To create the sentiment I used a vintage number block and tiny alpha stickers.

I added some red mini pom-pom trim, aqua ric-rac and a white seam binding bow at the bottom of the card.  I also added some red twirly twine and a Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Memo Stick Pins.  The numbers are from the same pattern paper.

I also used one of the vintage flash cards.

For my second project I designed a fun Halloween card.  I used Graphic 45 Happy Haunting papers.

I added a web and spider in the upper corner and I used black jellie dots for the eyes–they make great eyes for this little creepy crawler.

I fussy cut the little Halloween image and then added some diamond stickles for a little sparkle.  I used a Spellbinders die to create the label from the Family Fun -Meghan Kay Paper.  Then I added ribbon and layered the pieces.  I added leaf die cuts, a little BOO tag with a Making Memories Garment Pin and some bling.

I hope you enjoyed the cards I shared with you.  Thank you so much for stopping by the Vintage Street Market Blog today!




First Day Card

Vintage Street Market:  Red Twirly Twine, Cosmo Cricket Odds & Ends, Tiny Alpha Stickers, Flash Card, Number Block, Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Memo Stick Pin

Halloween Boo Card

Vintage Street Market:  Graphic 45 Happy Haunting, Family Fun -Meghan Kay Paper, Making Memories Garment Pin, Diamond Stickles


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2 Responses to Back to School Card & Boo Halloween Card

  1. Jane says:

    Really like these cards!

  2. Keri says:

    Love these, Heidi, especially the flashcard on the first one, and the embossed diecuts on the 2nd…both are beautiful!

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