Spring-time Pennants

spring-pennant-2Happy Monday!
I hope you all had a great weekend. This weekend was more of a hibernation weekend. Not much snow accumulation, but definitely gray and cold. We had been getting spoiled by the warmer Spring-like weather!

I came across a vintage greeting card recently with this gorgeous flower bouquet image-the perfect centerpiece for a decorative pennant! I just love the rich red and yellow colors. To make them “pop” even more, I used Tim Holtz’s clear crackle glaze on the petals, and added a bit more texture on the stem with Platinum Stickles. That stuff is an absolute staple in my craft room!


spring-pennant-1And, some vintage ribbon scraps to finish it off!

I hope you have a great week, and Happy Creating!


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6 Responses to Spring-time Pennants

  1. Karen Letchworth says:

    Michelle: I’m absolutely SMITTEN with Vintage Street Market, and have been since its beginning. I love everything it represents, and simply can’t get enough of it. Thanks for all the great inspiration. I wish you a very blessed 2015.

    • vintagestreetmarket says:

      Hi Karen,
      Thank you so much for your kind words, I appreciate that. 🙂
      I’m so sorry for the late response to you. Life had a way of taking over, like it does sometimes. I hope to get back to the blog soon, and appreciate your support! And, I have to say, I’ve enjoyed popping over to your blog as well- such beautiful cards!!! :)))

  2. Cindi says:

    What did you put at the top and side of your
    card pennant, to finish it off?
    Thanks, Cindi

  3. Mary Tschopp says:

    Hi Michelle,
    Very clever idea! I read seed catalogues and you make beautiful pennants. Anything to get through this cold winter weather…Mary T

  4. April says:

    Adorable! You always have such great ideas for pennants, and we sure need some spring color right now.

  5. Birgit says:

    I just wanted to pop in here and let you know that I’ve been thinking and praying for you, hoping that all is well. I miss seeing your posts. I’ve checked back several times so see your cheerful, vintage creations. (hugs)

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