Thursday, September 24, 2009

LETS GET SHABBY!!!

The challenge details are up over at Let's Get Shabby, as our previous post mentioned we are the sponsors this month and we have created a special Vintage Embellishment kit just for the occasion, this would have to be my favourite vintage embellie kit so far, it has the most stunning fabric and the most amazing 1950's Vintage Polish Comprehension book page as well as all the other goodies!

This kit is ON SALE NOW and can be purchased here in our SHOP or if you would prefer you can email me, if you are emailing you will need to let me know your postal address and payment method, PayPal or Bank Deposit!

Kits will ship on payment.

We hope you will head on over to the Lets Get Shabby Blog and support and play along in their challenges, oh I almost forgot the winner of this challenge will receive a 2 month subscription including free post to our Main Vintage kits that are released on the 1st of the month!

Kit Details:
1 Piece of Vintage Feel Blue Floral fabric
1 Sheet of Vintage 1950's Polish Comprehension Book paper
1 Vintage Rent Receipt
1 Vintage Store Ticket
1 French/German Flashcard
1 hand stamped Maya Rd Prescription Tag
1 Monopoly note
1 Shipping Tag
1 Chipboard Key
1 Vintage Floral/Steinberg House Playing card
1 Large Blue Flower
1 Jillibean/Elles Studio Tag
2 Vintage Blue stamps
1 Admit One Ticket
1 Length of Sheer ribbon
1 Length of Vintage Polka Dot Ribbon
1 Button

Kit Price: $9.50

Here is my take on the sketch using the above kit for LETS GET SHABBY'S fourth challenge.
I have added the Sasafrass Lass paper as my background and some Carolees for the Alphas, the rest is from the kit and I still have a fair bit left over!

Mandy had created a gorgeous mini book using the kit, the only other products she has added is the cardboard for the cfront and back cover, some string and some of her own alphas!!!
I am sure you will agree it is stunning!







1 comment:

  1. I so love the kit you put togther for the shabby challenge Mel. Both your and Mandy's projects are gorgoeus.

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