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Author Archives: Connie Mercer
Hi everyone, Connie here with a card for that special Grad in your life. I used a combination of Vintage Fusion, mixing the old with the new!
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Hi everyone, Connie here with a Mother’s Day card using some awesome vintage fusion from Vintage Street Market.
You can find all kinds of vintage fusion (the perfect blend of old and new) in the store. I love using the old vintage tickets and labels.
Hi, Connie back with the rest of the Spring Party decorations. I don’t want to disappoint a little girl!!!
A close up of the kid treats. I used the Cakewalk-guest List paper and punch holes in it to hold a candy sucker. Easy and I love the vintage , retro look!!!
Hi everyone, Connie here with party invites!!! For the past couple of years my granddaughter hosts a Spring Party~she is 8 years old. All the duties are given out and mine are to make decorations and bring kid treats.
I used the Cakewalk~Guest List paper by October Afternoon to make the little fold out invitations. They are taped together with the Tinted Tape. Stay tuned in a couple of weeks I’ll have the rest of the decorations up and all photographed together!! Until then~
Hi, Connie here with some Easter goodies with plenty of cuteness added!! I started with this adorable vintage ice cream cup, some vintage ephemera and one pink flower. That was enough to make this cutie~
Perfect Easter decoration! The egg is on a bed of Ivory Tissue Paper. Then I made some cards out of some cool retro bunny paper by Reminisce and added some vintage lace and a button. The cards are 4″ X 4″ a great size to use as table place cards. I used the Tinted Tape on the greeting card.