Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Shopping Our Stash: Challenge 112

Today we begin another challenge at Shopping Our Stash- to use your oldest punch!  To be honest, I am not sure WHAT my oldest punch is/was, but this Fiskar's border punch is definitely the oldest punch that I have in my stash right now!  I tend to purge regularly to move old stuff out to make room for MORE!

The image is a pre-colored one from The Paper Shelter- so fun.  I used some paper I had to have that I found at Winners- so pretty!  I used a mix of  cardstock on this one and some bits I have had in my stash from a card kit swap.

Thanks for stopping by!  Please make time to join us at SOS this week!

The Paper Shelter- anything goes
Cutie Pie Challenge- pretty in pink
That Craft Place- it's a girl thing


Jessi Fogan said...

Winners...many a dollar has been traded for pretty paper there ;) Ours just started getting 6" pads & I'm scared to go back in!
Love that cute image - Rob's gran still has one of those old sewing machines!

jimlynn said...

Love the little lacy like border you created with that punch. Precious card - and a darling image!

Linda Palmer said...

Darling card and sweet image. Love the border.

Glimpses of My Heart said...

Cute, cute, cute!! Such a great image and those papers are delicious!! I love that border punch....maybe I need one.... ;) lol

lauren bergold said...

oh yeah! i have that one too, it's not my oldest, but it's up there. and i cannot imagine ever getting rid b/c it STILL looks awesome to me... as you've proved pretty well right here with this lovely card, missus! ♥

ps: love the new blog look,too!

Joey said...

Fabulous card Carla, thanks for joining us at the paper shelter. Joey xx

Shelly Schmidt said...

You get rid of stuff??? Heavens- when I do that, I always seem to need what I just got rid of...... JK Love your card- the image is darling- love that company!

Margaret said...

Love the vintage image and your papers are so pretty! I got rid of a lot of my old punches last year. They were the old style where you had to be a body builder to get them to work properly. I rarely used them anyway...such wimpy hands and arms...