Wednesday, April 30, 2014

On The Runway



The Current challenge at   
Frilly and Funkie is On The Runway,  sewing and/or fashion and you have until Tuesday, May 6th to join us.
 
These Little Stylish Ladies are reviling the latish fashions for 1912.
So come and walk with me through my little tag book.
There’s a (Ton Of Pictures). 
 
Most of the buttons, stamps and tags can be found at

My papers are from  Graphic 45, stamps used include
Stampers Anonymous (Tim Holtz collection),
Hero Arts, Artsy Fartsy (Paris Postcard),TPC Studio, and Papertray Ink. 
Spellbinders Borderabilities Dies were used.
 
Distress Inks and Archival Inks were used.
 
Thank you for your time, stop into 
Frilly and Funkie  and join us in this fun challenge.
Have a wonderful day.

6 comments:

Cec said...

Gorgeous make for the challenge with all those wonderful vintage fashion images and the fabulous stamping. Your embellishments are added bonuses for every page. I am so glad you have joined us as Guest Designer at Frilly and Funkie.
Hugs!
Cec

Evelyn S. said...

Oh Vada! You've created a fabulous piece here! What beautiful papers and embellishments...and the wonderful idea behind it all.

Buttons said...

This is sensational Vada! What a treat to walk through page after page of vintage beauty. Thank you so much for being a part of our team at Frilly and Funkie for this one. Jenny x

Terry said...

Wow there Miss Vada! You held back nothing with your "Runway" beauty. I love all the pages of vintage images and you even stitched it all up! You are a true artist! Hugs!

scrumplescrunch said...

Hello Vada,
This is a most gorgeous Tag book, what a terrific creation.
Smiles:)
Sue

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

HI Vada,

Just popping by to say thank you again for joining us this week as our special guest designer! What a gorgeous piece of eye candy you have created for our visitors to drool over. Seriously wonderful work with that Graphic 45 paper and so many yummy embellishments. I hope you had fun designing for us!

A huge thank you hug,
Linda