Welcome to Day 2 of our Inspired by Stamping November Release! We hope that you have been enjoyed yesterday’s inspiration and prizes! Today we are introducing Vintage Pieces. A 10 piece stamp set filled with lots of shabby goodness! We are so excited so let’s get started!


Vintage Pieces Stamp Set (4×8)

Vintage Digital Paper

Vintage Printables

You have until 6pm AEST (Brisbane Time), November 8th, to leave your comment and be eligible to win. Only one comment per person please.  One randomly selected winner will be announced on our blog tomorrow and on our Winners Page before 7pm AEST. (See Below For Yesterday’s Winner)



Inspired by Stamping Flowers and Crochet Trim

This month just speaks to my heart with all sorts of shabby goodness. I was drawn over and over again with the paper and our embellishments that we offer. They coordinate so beautifully with our Vintage Pieces stamp set, too.

Inspired by Stamping Vintage Pieces Stamp Set and Vintage Paper

I first stamped with the antique vase in pink and then cut it out with a circle die. At the last minute, I trimmed the edge of my circle and placed it on the side of my card. I wanted to make sure that the beautiful pink flower showed through on the paper. All the paper that you see is from our new Vintage Paper series.

Inspired by Stamping Vintage Pieces Stamp SEt

Our Vintage Printables coordinate perfectly with the paper and I added this “Love” Banner over the paper. I also added some shabby flowers from the store and our Scallop Border Crochet Trim.

Inspired by Stamping Vintage Pieces Stamp Set, Vintage Printables and Paper

My 2nd card is very soft and feminine featuring our Vintage Pieces sentiment. I stamped the image with our free Silhouette cut outs and then added some soft pink flowers and rose buds from our store.

INspired by Stamping Vintage Pieces Stamp SEt (2)

Here’s a beautiful close up of the “Just a Note” sentiment from this stamp set.

Inspired by Stamping Vintage Paper and Printables

Yesterday, I shared a few butterflies that I cut out using our new paper. When printing out the digital paper, I printed it on both sides with two different patterns. Although you can’t see it in the picture, I love the effect of both sides of my butterflies. So pretty.

Inspired by Stamping Guy Sentiments and Vintage Pieces Stamp Sets

This stamp set is so versatile! In this set comes, clocks, an atlas and a great hand that is pointing. They coordinate amazingly with our Guy Sentiments and masculine sets released earlier this year!

Inspired by Stamping Guy Sentiments Stamp Set

Here’s a great close up of both stamp sets! I used our Vintage Pieces stamp set to create these great backgrounds. I also used our Guitars and Vintage Postcards sets.

Inspired by Stamping Masculine Card

I used some hemp twine and wrapped it around my card two times and then added this yellow button. I also added two buttons in the corner.

I hope that you have enjoyed today’s cards! We are super excited about all the new products this month. Let us know what you think below.

Here is our amazing design team creating additional projects and cards using this fab stamp set!


Inspired by Stamping Flowers and Crochet Trim

Stamp Set: Vintage Pieces

Paper: Vintage Paper and Printables

Ribbon: Scallop Border Crochet Trim, Satin Ribbon

Flowers: IBS shabby flowers

Inspired by Stamping Vintage Pieces Stamp Set, Vintage Printables and Paper

Stamp Set: Vintage Pieces

Paper: Vintage Paper and Printables

Ribbon: Pink Seam Binding Ribbon, Crochet Trim

Flowers: IBS Rose Buds, Pink Shabby Flowers

MISC: Pearls

Inspired by Stamping Guy Sentiments and Vintage Pieces Stamp Sets

Stamp Sets: Guy Sentiments, Vintage Postcards, Vintage Pieces


47 thoughts on “Introducing Vintage Pieces…

  1. marshallgal says:

    Absolutely GORGEOUS, Joanna, and the guy card is so masculine, even though it too has a vintage feel! Your bows are dynamite and add such an elegant touch to your projects. This truly is the month for fabulously gorgeous stamp sets and papers!

  2. Denise Bryant says:

    Gorgeous cards! I love the trims and layers, the papers and lovely stamps! So perfect for shabby chic!

  3. Bobbi Miller says:

    Joanna, I am in LOVE with that beautiful vase and the clock face! The papers look so regal and antique-y (is that a word?) anyway, I can’t wait to see these new sets! I’d better get my credfit card handy. Thanks for sharing…

  4. Margaret Slee says:

    The papers, embellishments and the stamps are just so feminine and elegant. I have lots of friends who would just swoon if they received a card similar to these. Awesome. Can’t wait to get hold of them
    Margaret Slee

  5. Ina says:

    Love the softness you created on your cards Joanna and the DT have done an awesome job too . Nice to see a few male cards among them. Can’t wait for the release.

  6. JennyH says:

    I adore your shabby cards Joanna, the vintage stamps and papers are divine.
    The guy card looks pretty good too, cant wait to see the Vintage Pieces set : )

  7. Karen A. says:

    Wow – so lovely – I can’t wait for the release to be available. I love the vase and papers and am already dreaming of what to make.

  8. Deb B says:

    Love the pink card!! So pretty. And it’s nice to have something a little more masculine. Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

  9. rachel reynolds says:

    i hope im commenting in the right place to be in for a chance of winning this lovely vintage theme. i love love love vintage! and to get a masculine set would be great as theres not enough on the market in my opinion.

  10. sindhu says:

    Love all the cards Joanna! The first two are sooo pretty! So very shabby chic. I am,always amazed at the way you make such beautiful feminine cards and handsome masculine ones! I cant make masculine cards at all! 😀

    I’m totally excited to see that I won the yesterday’s featured products! Happy dancing! Thanks a ton Joanna! Hugs…

  11. Margie D says:

    I love that shabby vintage vase and the matching papers look beautiful. Off to see what all the others have created for our inspiration. Margie

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