Flea Market Finds Collection with Melissa Phillips
Hello, friends! My name is Melissa Phillips and I am so delighted to be here with you today, sharing the irresistible Spellbinders Flea Market Finds. If you love all things vintage, found items, and things from times gone by, this new collection from Cathe Holden will win your heart. Let’s get started on my projects.
My first card uses a darling flower basket, shabby green shutters, a strawberry label, and another miscellany from the Happy Thought Miscellany Printed Die Cuts Collection. I combined die cuts from the Home Arts Miscellany Collection as well. I love the many different options available in using these images. I clipped flowers from other die cuts in order to fill my flower basket. There are also three different paper pads available in the Flea Market Finds collection. I’ve used the Blue Green Palette Sampler 6×9 Paper Pad on my first card.
You’ll love the Flea Market Finds stamp sets. They are made for any vintage-loving heart, including mine. I used the Antique Adverts Clear Stamp Set on this card, selecting the gorgeous vase as my focal point. I clipped die cuts apart in order to fill my vase with pretty blooms. Behind my vase, I used the Circle Label Icons and Handle With Care Clear Stamp Sets to bring in postage and lovely vintage circle images. The paper used on this card is from the Florals Palette Sample 6×9 Paper Pad. Isn’t it beautiful?
My final card is all about vintage red, white, and blue, selecting images in that color palette from each of the die-cut collections. I love anything postal-inspired, especially Air Mail envelopes, so this tiny envelope from the Happy Thought Miscellany collection called my name. The tiny bird image is from the same collection. The gorgeous tapestry paper behind my die-cut images is from the Blue Green Palette Sample 6×9 Paper Pad.
The Flea Market Finds collection will win your heart in an instant and keep you crafting for months! Enjoy each moment!
STUNNING WORK, as ALWAYS, Melissa! 😉
Patricia L Rocha
What beautiful cards! I’m always so envious of people who can whip out these beautiful cards! I’ve bought stamps & die-cuts, etc. to try it but I’m not that good. I’m a scrapbooker…but just haven’t added the cards yet.