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Vintage Rose (Item ID#1130)

Hope you all are good!! Just a quick post to share a quick card :)
I have wanted to do a vintage card for quite sometime and this is it, I finally did it :)

Again I used my favorite PP and that is  The image is from a site I discovered recently (will post the link soon). I made the roses with satin ribbon. I didn't want to add too much embellishment and spoil the picture so just kept it simple.

This is for Cowgirl's Sunday Challenge (Spring)

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!! 


  1. Wow,I love the ribbon border and ribbon flowers! That is also a great vintage flower picture! Thanks for playing along with Cowgirl's Sunday Stamp'en Challenge!

  2. This card is simply stunning Ujjwal! I too enjoy the vintage look, and that rose is beautiful!
    Thank you for joining in at Cowgirl Sunday Challenge
    love as always Gina x x x

  3. Love it, beautiful card very vintage!! Thanks for playing with us at Cowgirls Sunday Challenge.

  4. perfect!!.. awesome!.. love the roses! :D

  5. What an amazing card! Beautiful rose image, and all of that ribbon work is gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining us for the first Cowgirl's Sunday Challenge! :)

  6. love the roses.... the ribbon colors are just perfect.

  7. I'm amazed by the coloring of the picture... it is stunning. What did you use for it? Love the selfmade roses... I find it a difficult technique that takes a long time practize.
    Awesome job and thanks for joining us at CSSC.

  8. Beautiful handmade ribbon roses and the ribbon frame is also a great idea. Another beautiful card Ujjwal.

  9. ver pretty the vintage look to the did awesome....thanks for joing us T CSSC...good luck!!!!

  10. Hi
    Well what can i say....."GORGEOUS"!!!!
    I love everything on this and the look and layout of your beautiful creation..
    Thank you so much for sharing this and joining us over at CSSC....
    Hugs Alison.

  11. WOW! Your card is gorgeous! This is so unique!! I love it and it is very western cow girl! Just FAB! What a lovely idea with your edging! Thank you for joining us for our very first "COWGIRL’S SUNDAY STAMP CHALLENGE"! I look forward to seeing more of your SUPER FABULOUS crafty works in the future!
    I invite you to hop on over and celebrate my DT positions with me by entering in my candy giveaway!
    Rach ~ Queen La Rubba

  12. Olá, amiga!
    Ficou lindo... cheio de docura e cor.
    Lindo para o dia das mães.
    Itabira - Brasil

  13. Stunning card! I love that image, and how you've created the card around it. Brilliant vintage look. Thank you for joining us in our first challenge at Cowgirl's Sunday Stamp'en Challenge. Hugs, Ang x

  14. What a fabulous card, that Rose is stunning - thank you soo much for entering our first challenge over at the 'Cowgirls Sunday Stamp Challenge'. Hope to see you again on the next challenge.

    Beccy x

  15. This is really lovely! The ribbon border and the way you knotted it is intriguing.


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