Friday 21 February 2020

Vintage camera

Twinkle lane designs  are our sponsor this week,
I got this amazing image - perfect for my Dad!
It's called "Vintage Camera."

I looked up some old cameras on the www and coloured this one with the
 same kind of colours (with my alcohol pens).
I added a camera film diecut - which I have had for years.
A few different papers and an embossed card with stars on, sit in the background -
which I inked around the edges. 
The "smile!" sentiment also comes with the image. I cut this freehand, to look like 
an old camera flash.
I used a die for the happy birthday sentiment...a bargain which I 
bought in The Works - and cut in half. 
A couple of punched gold stars finished this card.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:

Watercooler wednesday - masculine - 25 Feb
Through the craft room door - atg - 26 Feb
A place to start - masculine - 1 March
Jan's digi stamps - atg - 16 March
Incy Wincy designs - atg - 1 March


Dawn T said...

a delightful card Vic. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday this week.

Krafty Kows said...

Very nice. Great card. Jeanette

creationsnz said...

Such a great card with lots of detail. I love how you did the sentiment with the flash. So glad you joined us at Incy Wincy anything goes, CarolG

Heidi Weaver said...

Hi Vic, what a terrific birthday card! I love the layers of die-cuts. That vintage camera is perfect for centre stage and the "smile" camera flash really adds to the background (great job freehanding it!) It takes a while to fully appreciate all the wonderful background details, but it's well worth it. A great card! Thanks so much for sharing with us for our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

Suze said...

A great masculine card. I remember when cameras looked like that - and they were much heavier than the ones you buy nowadays. Thank you for joining in the Anything Goes Challenge at Incy Wincy Designs.

W said...

Gosh, love this card. The colours are great and love the vintage camera!
Thanks for sharing and joining the Anything Goes challenge at TTCRD.
Good luck with your entry and hope to see you again soon.
Winnie Sorensen - TTCRD DT (