Saturday, October 12, 2013

Vintage Christmas Bingo Cards Tutorial

Hello Friends!!
I hope everyone is having a Fabulous Day!
Today I would like to share with you an easy peasy 
Vintage Christmas Bingo Card that I created.
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This was so much fun, super quick and will fit in an envelope to mail nicely!
Here is how I went about making my card.
It looks like this
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Next I cut out my pieces, and inked all the edges with Ranger's Vintage Photo Distress Inks.   I also went ahead an applied some of my
 Really Reasonable Ribbon
Scor Tape to my Bingo Image.
Next I use my Perfect layers Ruler to cut my black piece of cardstock (I just add a dab of glue from a glue stick to the back of my bingo image, and then used the perfect layer tool).  I added some fabby Black Diamond Satin Ribbon, and another layer of 
Scor Tape.  I also inked a piece of Red dots Ribbon, which I will lay on top of the black diamond.
I went ahead and adhered my black cardstock layer to my card base with Scor Tape.  I started to add some dot of 
 Art Glitter Designer dries clear Glue with the Ultra fine Metal Tip, to the holly berries.
I applied #175 Retro Red glitter to the holly berries.  I added more glue to the some of the outline of the Bingo lines, and covered them with #188 Black Vinyl Glitter.  I also took another piece of the Red dots Ribbon  and created loop, and glued the top to the bottom in the center (please refer to photo below).  I used the Peppermint Baker's Twine to create a cute little bow in the center of my Vintage Button Bonanza Button!
My last step was to glue down my Red dots Ribbon and then glue down my Vintage Button Bonanza Button.  Please refer to photo below for placement.
Here are a couple close ups of my Simple Bingo Card.
I just love how the Really Reasonable Ribbons, dress up my simple card!
The Peppermint Candy, Candy Cane and Holly leaves and Berries are ones I painted in GIMP.
I hope you enjoyed my Simple Vintage Christmas Bingo Card Tutorial, and that it inspires you to have a Jolly day...LOL.
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  1. I want, I want! I can't wait to play with these!
    I love your card...simple elegance!
    BOLB Hugs!

  2. Love the vintage holly-jolly vibe this gives. Makes me think of family, warm fires and fun! Great job, Heather!!

  3. I love this! I'm definitely going to print some for Xmas. Thanks for sharing!



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