Wednesday 15 August 2007

Vintage Roses

I just had to post about this beautiful card I bought on ebay. Carol makes the most beautiful, hand embossed, vinatge style cards full of roses and Victorian prints. They're delivered with a hand embossed envelope plus a beautiful gift tag and embossed envelope seal. They're the loveliest cards I've ever come across and I'm afraid the person I was going to send mine to will be getting a card from my card bag, I just can't bear to part with this beauty.


Faye 'Country Chic' said...

Hi there,
Thanks for visiting my blog and your lovely comment. I love the card, in fact I will be ordering one for my mums birthday, like you I may be tempted to keep it though.


Faye 'Country Chic' said...

Hi there,
Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind words. I love the card, in fact I will be buying one for my mums birthday but like you I want to keep it for myself.
Take care.

Anonymous said...

Hi Steph

I can see why you want to keep this beautiful card. I would find it hard to part with such lovely roses too. Are you going to frame it or just keep it to look at occasionally?

Marie x

Kimberley said...

Hiya, Steph!

That card is so pretty. I actually thought that it was a tin ceiling tile that had been painted, it looks that substantial. Carol is very talented :)

Lucky find for you!

Anita said...

Wow, that card so pretty indeed! I love such old vintage pictures! In February, we have been on a flea market in Paris and I was so excited when I fould the most wonderful old vintage post cards!

Now I need to check Carol's ebay sales... ;-))

Best wishes from Germany,

jessica daisy said...

what a beautiful card! I can understand why you wouldn't want to part with it, it's a bit like me and the teacup gift bag!
Hope you are feeling better now after all that sorbet!


Vintage to Victorian said...

What a lovely card. I can quite understand why you need to keep it!