Bingo Card Creative Tour Day 3 & GIVEAWAY!


Its been SO FUN creating with Bingo cards this week! Hope you’ve been enjoying it too…or, at least tolerating my enthusiasm! HA!

I’m thinking these pennants are becoming my new “thing.” They come together so quickly and are just a lot of fun. What’s not to love about happy, crafty flags??? These are fun for any occasion. Wouldn’t these even look cute on top of birthday gift? Maybe even with the recipients photo…hmm…

playgames-pennantBingo cards make the perfect “base” for these pennants. And, one Bingo card, and some extra patterned cardstock, can make 2 of them! Simply cut the the bingo card in half on the diagonal. Then start adding all sorts of fun decor!

playgames2Vintage crepe paper is gathered and peeks out from the top of this fun vintage image from October Afternoon. I stitched a little cluster of tickets to the bottom of the card to add a bit more texture. And, of course, Platinum Stickles!

easterpennant2Easter is still a bit of a ways off, but thought an Easter pennant would also be a cute example of how to use Bingo cards. Again, the Bingo card itself is pretty neutral, but its sturdiness makes for a great base! This bunny image comes from a vintage Easter card. This would be cute tucked inside an Easter basket, or sitting amongst a flower bouquet.

Adhesive foam squares “lift” the image from the base and more glitter! A bit of stitching on the cardstock triangle, along with ephemera also adds more texture. It makes a difference having those subtle details.

bingo-pennants-3Now, onto more Bingo fun…

Have you entered the Bingo Bundle Giveaway drawing yet? Leave a comment, telling me what you like to create with Bingo cards. If you haven’t crafted with Bingo cards yet, then mention what inspires you to try them out.

Winner will be randomly drawn and announced on the blog on Friday!

Bingo-Bundle-GiveawayThis giveaway includes a package of Vintage Street Market Bingo Craft Cards, an assortment of authentic vintage Bingo cards, and Bingo Craft Card bundles! This includes 6 cards each of 8 Bingo Craft Card styles. The Bingo Bundles are 48 Bingo cards total! Total giveaway includes, 65 Bingo Cards!! Now, that is a lot of fun!

Thank you for joining me this week!

Happy Creating!


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11 Responses to Bingo Card Creative Tour Day 3 & GIVEAWAY!

  1. Lynn jackson says:

    I use bingo cards in my project life books and on greeting cards.

  2. LeAnne says:

    These are adorable! Love those vintage Easter images! Your post yesterday inspired me to make a card with a bingo card on it! It’s on my blog today!

    • vintagestreetmarket says:

      Wonderful LeAnne!I took a peek…love the card! 🙂 Bingo cards do make it fun don’t they?

      Thanks for playing along, and for visiting-good luck!


  3. Ronda Liebert says:

    These are so adorable. I’m going to try to make some myself. I hope I win.

  4. OMGoodness!!…these BingCardCreations are wonderful!…loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeee the vintage ephemera layers!…Thanks for the awesome opportunity to win this bundle! <3

  5. Birgit says:

    These little pennants are so cute!! How adorable they would be added to a little bouquet of flowers or some potted plants. I’m really enjoying your inspiration! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Rosemary says:

    These are just as cute as the Valentine one’s – I love them.

  7. Jean Bullock says:

    Darling pennants. Retro rocks!

  8. Vicky says:

    Oh! My! I would never have thought to cut the bingo cards like this! Love your pendant flags ♡ I haven’t tried Bingo cards in my projects yet but so want to. I love the vintage look to them, brings back memories 🙂

  9. Susan says:

    I love anything vintage, especially Bingo cards. I had picked up some vintage ones at an estate sale and they are wonderful for making into cards. I usually use mine as backgrounds and then stamp small images into the squares.

  10. jan m says:

    Love your Bingo pennants!!

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