Friday, 13 November 2015

An Oldie on Friday

Here's my "Oldie" for Friday.

I'm linking up with Erika on her Snappy Crafts blog where we link up each Friday to show something we made a long time ago.  It's just for fun.  If you leave a comment for Erika she'll know you called.

First I'd like to welcome my new friend Bev.  So glad you joined me here.

I made this card a long time ago using a stamped image sent by a web buddy.  Isn't she lovely.  Unfortunately I don't know what the stamp is.

Anyway I added a little colour to her cheek and covered her with glitter.

The pricking is done with a brass stencil that lingers in a black metal box of numerous brass stencils that seldom see the light of day.  Paper pricking was very popular about ten years ago.

The sentiment is a well loved Stamp Addicts rubber stamp.   I think there is an oriental look to the font.

Happy Crafting everyone!

15 comments:

  1. Hi Barb.......I remember pricking stencils...how styles have changed over the years! but I am sure they will see a revival one day...most things seem to pop up again. Glad you are feeling better after your bugs and thank you for your lovely comment on my blog too! xx

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  2. A lovely card Barb, your Art Deco image looks gorgeous with her glitter covering.
    Lorraine

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  3. I have not tried paper pricking - it looks beautiful! I love the sparkle on this one! Nice oldie!

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  4. I remember pricking stencils well too Barb, there'll be a few lingering somewhere in my room! This is such an elegant card, love the image with the lovely glittering. Carol x

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  5. Gorgeous card Barb, I love anything Art Deco, and the pricking looks wonderful, great Oldie, Kate x

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  6. Beautiful card - there's a lot of work there.

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  7. Beautiful Art Deco image Barb the glitter gives it a wow.

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  8. Thanks for joining me in sharing an oldie today Barb. I love your lady especially the glitter over it, it really sparkles beautiful. The pricking is really effective too.
    A super card, have a great weekend, hugs Erika. x

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  9. Ok. I have just the part for you. A sheep no speaking parts apart from the odd bleet here or there and after the 1st act you get to be in the warm stable for the rest of the play!! Sorted. Hugs Mrs A. aka Casting Director.

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  10. Love the glitter on this classy lady, who is reminiscent of another era. So pretty, and the delicate pricked design trimming the bottom is just so lovely! What a nice way to glam up an already delightful look. Never tried the 'pricking' but it looks great. TFS & Have a wonderful weekend.

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  11. It's an oldie, but it sure is a beauty! I love the image and all that pretty piercing!

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  12. Love the sparkle, have not tried paper pricking but it looks so beautiful and go so well with the rest of the card.
    Hugs Lisa

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  13. Stunning card Barb...Love the deco image and the sparkle...Joolsx

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  14. Love covering an image with clear glitter--one of the things I learned my first year of stamping & need to use that technique again! The paper pricking is beautiful--no reason not to use it now!

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  15. Beautiful card Barb! I love the glitter and terrific piercing from the brass stencil.

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