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Hi everyone. I'm excited to say that we are teaming up with Crafty Secrets this month. Each post for the next week will feature products from Crafty Secrets along with beautiful ribbons from Really Reasonable Ribbon. A match made in heaven!
Crafty Secrets is owned and operated by Sandy Redburn, who has turned her passion for antiques, vintage images, paper, old books and ephemera into the Heartwarming Vintage collection of papers, clear art stamps, printable images, booklets and CD’s and a huge line of digital art products for paper crafters. Because Crafty Secrets digital images are drawn from actual vintage documents, books, and ephemera the artistry and authenticity holds a unique place in the digital paper crafting world. We invite you to visit our online store at http://www.craftyvintagegirl.com , subscribe to our blog at http://heartwarmingvintage.blogspot.com/ or look for project ideas, tutorials and design team samples on our Pinterest page at https://www.pinterest.com/craftysecrets/. Our monthly Linky party held on the first Monday of each month offers free downloadable papers, stamps and printables as well as a monthly prize package. We hope you will join us!
There are so many fabulous goodies available at Crafty Secrets that I had a hard time making my selections. Today I used the Digital Flowers Printable Sheet along with Grand Greetings Digital Stamp set.
The colors on this digital image worked perfectly with the colors in the new April Ribbon Club Assortment. I just love an aqua and coral color palette - looks like spring!
Be sure to hop over to the Crafty Secrets Blog and visit them this month too. Their design team will be showcasing projects featuring Crafty Secrets designs along with the April Ribbon Club Assortment this month. It will be fun to see what they create as well.
You'll be seeing lots more Crafty Secrets designs on my Make Time to Craft Blog in the next few months. I hope you'll visit me there.