Monday, October 13, 2014

Free Autumn Fairy Printable and Others, New Samples and More!

Happy Thanksgiving from Canada!  Yep - we have to do things different in Canada and today is our Thanksgiving. I always feel like our Canadian Thanksgiving comes too early for me but you can feel it's getting cooler and the leaves are changing color after a glorious warm summer. I have a wonderful Free Printable and some great samples to share, as well as a reminder that you still have a week left to enter our October Linky Party and all entries will receive our New Kitchen Printable Kit (available next week, see preview with link)!

Here's our NEW Autumn Greetings Fairy Free Printable, a thank you gift for stopping by.  I'm truly grateful for all our fabulous customers over the years both old and new! Simply left click on it until it gets as large as possible and then right click it to save to your computer. For personal use only please.


We have a new Free Printable Link List but I thought I would update and re-post some past Fall Printables here. Last year for 2013 I gave away our Serenity Prayer Digital Stamp Set you can find here in honor of my dad who has since passed away last January.

In 2012 our Fall Free Printable was this beautiful Autumn Blessings Floral Print. We also included it in our Thanksgiving Digital Kit  just in case anyone missed it as a freebie.



In 2011 our free Fall Printable were these great hand lettered Gratitude Quotes.


 Okay, now I have some great samples to show you  like this one by our October Guest Designer LeeAnne Pugliese using a piece of our Fall Cotton Scraps printed on a thick Cotton Twill fabric and on sale for $1.95 - or also included in our Halloween and Fall Super Sale Pack for $19.95 plus $4.95 shipping, or you can also purchase this as a Printable Fall Download for $1.95 and receive an immediate download link and re-size and re-print the images over and over for years to come.


DT Member Darlene Pavlick used the Fall Printable Download sheet to create this lovely Autumn card and you can see the details on her blog.
 

I'm also loving this pretty breast cancer support card by DT Member Michele Kovack she created using our Love and Clear Support Set and colored it with Copic Markers . Yeah - we still have some of these Clear Stamp Sets left and there only $3.50!  Look at how she colored and added the breast cancer ribbon stamp and used a blue ink to match the corset. It's also available in digital and you can learn how to color a digital stamp here using the program 'Paint'.  I will ask ask DT Member Sheila Rumney if she can do a Photoshop Tutorial on coloring digital stamps.


I came back to add this link to our 2 New 2015 Free Printable Calendars in 2 styles on white and aged. We have been posting these calendars for several years and there are links to sample ideas!

 We were invited out to our friends house for a family Thanksgiving dinner last night and we did a big family dinner here last weekend - so tonight we are changing the tradition and have reservations for 15 at our favorite Asian Restaurant Empire Garden and then we will come back here for pumpkin and apple pie!

That's all for now but I will be back soon and have some exciting new designs to show you!
 Hey - don't be shy, come enter a sample in our October Linky Party! The Kitchen Digital Kits I'm giving away to every person who enters is going to be fabulous!

Wishing you joy and creativity

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Sandy Redburn
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Monday, October 6, 2014

October Linky Party, DT Challenge and Retro Kitchen Kit Offer!

Welcome to Our October Linky Party and Design Team Challenge

I have some exciting news as we have a some New Cooking theme Digital Kits and Stamp Sets in the works I decided to change the way we do our Linky Party with the $6.00 Coupon offer. A few people had problems using the coupon depending on the browser they used so I've decided to have a New Digital Offer each month and Octobers Linky Prize for simply playing is our New Retro Kitchen Digital Kit!  This kit is still in draft stage and will have some changes and other items added. A download link will be sent to everyone who enters a project using a Crafty Secrets items and you have 2 weeks - until midnight Sunday Oct. 19/14.

Scroll down to read the details, meet our October DT Guest Lee Ann Barrett and check out all the fabulous samples and tutorials in our Design Team Challenge and the Linky entries!


Our theme this month is Cooking and Thanksgiving but our new Kitchen/Cooking Digital items are so new our DT ladies just got some of the papers a few days ago so new samples will be coming soon but we still have a great selection of Cooking theme products which are all included in our Cooking SALE Blowout Pack with over 70% Off the original prices - plus you can see the new Fairy Sale Pack for $19.95 plus $4.95 shipping!

 We welcome our October Guest Designer Lee Ann Barrett this month.  She is from St Louis, Missouri her Blog is Greyt Paper Crafts.

Lee Ann created this adorable Thanksgiving card using our Thanksgiving Digital Kit


 I also love this adorable card Lee Ann created and entered in our July Linky Party using our Flower Girl Digital Stamp Set.


Check out this beautiful Gratitude Journal by DT Leader Kathy Clement she created using our Thanksgiving Digital Kit and she has a bunch more photos and all the details on her site.


DT Member Michele Kovack wasn't going to enter her project as she forgot about the theme but this  cute Halloween bookmark is so cute we told her to. It's Michele's first month back at school teaching and her daughter Courtney has been busy modeling so life has been hectic.


DT Member Sheila Rumney has a fabulous Tutorial showing how to add pattern paper to text using Clipping Masks - so learn how she created the Chicken lettering from one of our digital papers!


 DT Member Darlene Pavlick created this recipe card, the holder and gift card   and shows exactly what she did using the turkey from our Fall Printable and Thanksgiving Kit.


You have to check out DT Member Elizabeth Lincoln's fun recipe greeting card I swear her faux sugar cookie looks good enough to eat! 


DT Member Gloria Stengel designed a Autumn Journal to have family and friends write their blessings in.

Look at this cute mini recipe card album tutorial by DT Member Diane Hoover


DT Member Melody Clement has a cool tutorial showing how she created the leaves on her Thanksgiving card


DT Member Shantaie Fowler created a pretty Thanksgiving favor box which fits a piece of pie for guests to take home and she has the details on her Blog.


We also have a winner for the Sale Pack Giveaway we ran and #34 Margaret Elcich was the lucky random.org winner and she said she would take our Cooking Theme Pack as she is making recipe book gifts this year.  You can see all of the packs in our craftyvintagegirl.com store and more details here in this post with links to all 8 Sale Blowout Packs and SAVE 70% to 80% off the original prices!


Okay now here is where you can enter a sample you've created using any Crafty Secrets product and this Linky Party runs for the next 2 weeks. Each person who enters will win a Free Retro Kitchen Kit plus 1 lucky random.org winner gets a $40.00 Gift Card!  





So don't be shy, come enter a sample in our October Linky Party!

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Sunday, October 5, 2014

New Samples, Last Day for Giveaway, a New Free Gift and Tutorials!

New Samples and Tutorials
Link to Blog Giveaway - Last Day to Enter
New Free Download Gift With any Order
Linky Party Tomorrow, Changes and Guest DT

I have a bunch of wonderful samples to show you and a reminder that today is the last day to enter and leave a comment for our Blog Giveaway to win 1 of ANY of our $19.95 Sale Blowout Packs including the 2 NEW Cooking and Fairies, or see the Baby/Little Girls, the Baby/Little Boys, or GirlfriendsSummer/Nature, the Halloween/Fall or Christmas!   Tomorrow is our October Linky Party and you can read about the changes at the end

I also changed our Free Download Gift this month to our quirky Birthday Dreams Printable which is a fun 2 page ready to print card and gift tag normally $2.95 but free this month when you place an order simply add it to your cart.  You can change it into a invitation using the other mini framed picture frame 'It's Party Time' and sentiment 'Save the Date to Celebrate!'  I made this sample by printing the lady twice and cutting out a second arm, feather and framed picture to add to the card with pop dots for a 3D effect.


I have so many beautiful and fun samples by our Design Team to catch up on including this adorable Halloween card by DT Leader Kathy Clement who is smitten with our CD's and used the pumpkin girls from CD 2 along with a Halloween Download.


 Kathy also used our Illustrations CD 2 to create this cute owl wall hanging and she has all the details on her blog.  You can also see another adorable baby owl card Kathy made.


Look at this cool Witching Card by DT Member Michele Kovack she created using this image from our Halloween Scraps.


DT Member Darlene Pavlick created this cute folding card and decorated it with some of our .99 cent printable paper  and our Little Blessing Scraps.  You can also see a sweet 'Grandma' card Darlene made using our Little Blessing Scraps.


This is the double sheet of .99 cent printable Chenille paper Darlene used which is also in our Pastel Paper Pad which we still have left



Darlene made this romantic card  using our Love Mail Scraps and Pink Faux Embossed .99 cent Papers.  It would be great for an anniversary


Here's an awesome Halloween card by DT Member Gloria Stengel  she created using an image from our Halloween Booklet  and stuff from the Halloween CD 4.


Gloria also made this beautiful Christmas card using this Santa from our Vintage Christmas CD 6


How about these super cute Boo Blocks by DT Member Diane Hoover that she created by gluing  images and papers from our Halloween CD 4 on each side of wood blocks.


Diane also made this Masquerade Ball card using a piece of our Halloween Creative Scraps and paper from our Halloween CD

If you need to make a guy card check out this classic car card by DT Member Melody Clement she made using our Car Classics Digital Stamp Set with red check paper from our CD #1 Creating With Vintage Patterns. I love how she cut the car out so it looks like it ripped through the paper and added Glossy Accents to the windshield.

Melody also created this stunning Garden Journal   using our Garden Digital Papers, and Garden Printable Sheet as well as which you can get all the details on the link to her blog


Lastly I have 3 quick Digital Tutorials by DT Member Sheila Rumney using Photoshop Elements. This first one shows How to Use the Shape Tool to create embellishments or journal boxes.


On this second Tutorial Sheila shows how to change the intensity of a pattern paper


Lastly on this Tutorial, Sheila shows how to change the color of printable papers to suit various themes and colors. 


Our October Linky Party starts tomorrow and will run for 2 weeks. We had some problems with the $6.00 Free Gift Card not working easy for a few people so I'm going to change it and offer a New Digital Download Package as the Free Gift for entering any sample you have created using a Crafty Secrets Product.  Stay tune for more details tomorrow and come see what our Design Team ladies and Guest DT Lee Ann Barrett have whipped up!

Thanks so much for your support and feedback, it's truly appreciated! 

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Monday, September 29, 2014

2 New Sale Packs - Cooking and Fairies and a Giveaway!

Hi Everyone,  I'm excited to show you our 2 New Sale Blowout Packs with a Cooking and Family theme as well as a Fairy Sale Pack that has a whimsical Tote Bag filled with goodies! You can win one - just leave a comment here and say which you would like to have and a random winner will be announced next Monday at our Linky Party. You can also pick from any of the other 6 Sale Packs.  I also have some great samples to share using some of the products from the Cooking and Fairy Pack. 

The Cooking and Family Sale Pack is $19.90 plus $4.95 shipping and it's bursting with an array of products plus you get a Bonus CD with 9 New Printable Papers, our Retro Kitchen and the Homespun Cooking Printable Sheets and Kitchen Classics Digital Stamp Set! This pack also includes 2 What’s Cooking Stickers, 1 Office Daisy Stickers, 1 Domestic Goddess Double Sided Scraps, 1 Domestic Goddess Single Sided Scraps,1 Homemade Booklet, 1 Wood File Folder Album Kit,1 Pair Wood Clipboard Covers, 2 Sheets Chipboard House and Windows, 2 Sheets Chipboard Frames, 3 Embossed White 10” Doilies, 12 Sheets 6” x 12” Double Sided Papers, 1 Family Matters Stickers,1 Fond Recollections Stickers, 1 Forget Me Not and 1 Heartfelt Memories Stickers, 1 Family Cotton Scraps, 1 Seasonal Booklet, 1 Celebrations and Joy Words From the Heart Booklet. BONUS - I came back and added 1 White Lace Sticker Sheet and 1 Mini Kitchen Mail Clear Art Stamp Set! 



Here is the Mini Kitchen Mail Stamp Set I found a bunch of and it's super cute!

Here what is on the CD included in the pack. There are some printed papers included in this pack along with popular Cooking themes we have digitally like our Kitchen Classics Digital Stamps, Cooking and Kitchen Time Printables.  NOTE: There will also be some new cool Digital Cooking Stamps and Printables coming soon with some fabulous designs! 


Here's a Wood Recipe Album by DT Leader Kathy Clement that she created using many items in this pack, except she she used printable papers from our CD 2.


Here are some samples created with our Domestic Goddess Scraps.


 A great birthday card by DT Member Melody Clement using an image from our Homemade Booklet.
 Here are some more samples using our Homemade Booklet

 The Fairy Whimsical Sale Pack includes an array of fun products packed into a cute tote bag with: 1 Altered Fairy Double Sided Scraps, 1 Altered Fairy Single Sided Scraps, 1 Wacky Animals Single Sided Scraps, 1 Fairy Enchanting Stickers, 1 Little Dolls Image & Journal Notes Booklet, 1 Story Time Postcard Kit & Mini Stamp Set, 1 Pastel Paper Pad, 1 Floral Art Clear Art Stamp Set (medium), 1 Angelic Stickers, 1 Divine Alphabet Booklet, 3 White Embossed 10” Doilies, 1 Shadow Box 3D Frame, 2 Pieces of 6” x 12” Fairy Butterfly Paper, 1 Set Wood Clipboard Covers, 1 Maya Road Clear Fancy Rectangle Album and 4 Pieces of Fancy Cream Chipboard. The tote bag is 10” x 12” x 5” and made from recycled water bottles with an inside pocket to hold a drink.


The 3D Frame sample shown in the above photo was designed by past DT Member Vicki Chrisman and was decorated with our Altered Fairy Scraps. This pack includes 1 of the 3D frames plus 1 medium Clear Art Floral Art Stamp Set and a mini Story Time Clear Stamp Set with the matching postcard images.


Samples made with our Altered Fairy Scraps
Fairy Sticker samples by Vicki Chrisman
Shadow Box with image from the Little Dolls Booklet

Sample by Julie Campbell using the Butterfly Fairy Paper included in the Fairy Pack.



To enter to win on of our Sale Packs just leave a comment here on this post and a random winner will be announced next Monday at our Oct Linky Party.  

Thanks so much for your support and feedback, it's truly appreciated! 

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Wedding Part Two - 16 Best Wedding Tips and Photos from the Big Day!

Hi Everyone, I'm back with Part 2 of the Wedding Post with photos and 16 Tips that I hope will give
you some ideas, save some money and time! Some links are local but many are helpful checklists and ideas we found online. You can see Part 1 with the Bridal Showers and Eiffel Tower Printable.

In case you didn't know our youngest daughter Chelsea got married last Saturday to her beloved Anthony and I promised to post some photos and tips we learned along the way.


# 1. Create a budget and prioritize what you want most. Make a Wedding Binder and get quotes so you can compare pricing and services. Here are 36 Helpful Wedding Checklists from Buzzfeed covering every topic regarding wedding planning from helpful info to know or to ask. Chelsea also took photos with her cell phone of things she wanted to record. 

# 2. Get inspiring ideas and see the possibilities on  Pintrest-ModWedding for a mind boggling array of inspiration for invitations, dresses, hair styles, themes, cakes, decor, music and much more with 69 Boards and over 34,200 followers. Just be careful not to get caught up in too much frenzy and fancy perfection. Don't be a Bridezilla, be happy and celebrate your love!


# 3. Brainstorm different venue options to save money, plus these ideas are unique. You don’t need to follow the standard wedding protocol – you can make your own rules and customize your wedding in the style to suit you. Chelsea and Anthony wanted their wedding to be classy but not formal and they were very fortunate friends offered their yard which had a beautiful garden on the side for the ceremony, then they had a cocktail party in the backyard and got a Asian fusion food truck for dinner.

# 4. You can order printed invitations on Zazzle.com and some sellers on Etsy also offer 'print your own'.  I also found another company AnnsBridalBargains.com who specializes in rustic and chalkboard style custom invites at bargain prices. 

I really love this invitation and RSVP card Chelsea ordered from SmittenOnPaper and she was very happy with the quality and service.  You can order a $3.00 sample of different cards and when you choose a design, you can you pick colors, the wording, fonts and they send you proofs. 


#5. Visit thrift stores, yard sales and Craigslist to find deals on items like mirrors, glass vases, props, teapots and big empty frames (great for photo booths).  Look at this pretty mirror that her bridesmaid and wedding planner Kristy made. 


# 6. A wedding/event planner can help you save money and keep things running smoothly as they get discounted rates and know the ropes and suppliers. Chelsea is super lucky that her 2  of her bridesmaids and best friends from high school Brenda and Kristy started a Wedding and Event Planning business Ayda Productions and they were both such a huge help!


# 7. Plan to leave enough time for things. We did a lot of the set up the day before. Hair and make-up will likely take longer than you think. Here's a photo of Chelsea with her dad who gave the best Father of the Bride speech because when he started talking about our 3 daughters and I, he started crying and spoke with such heart everyone was so moved by his emotion and heartfelt words.


# 8. Find a good photographer as the photos will be the memories that last longer than all of us. We lucked out getting photographer Jeff Topham as he's friends and works with our oldest daughter Katie and they won a Leo Award for a TV episode they co-wrote, The Liquidator.  He normally doesn't shoot weddings, preferring documentary work but did it as a favor and we love his style over a formal posed look, like the cool black and white photos he sent.


#9. Consider having a video taken. We also really wanted to video tape the ceremony with their voices saying the vows they wrote, the speeches, dances, etc and we bought a new Canon Vixia HF R500 video camera the week before for less than $300.00.  I'm so happy to have all these sights and sounds  captured on video and my only regret is we didn't buy it before my dad passed last year so I could record him.

This photo was taken just before the flower girls, ring bearer and 'official dog carrier' began their walk down the garden path. The dog Otis is like Chelsea and Anthony's baby and they wanted him to be part of their ceremony but he is blind and diabetic so nephew Kason carried him.


# 10.  Be prepared for some things not to go as planned and improvise. Unexpected things will happen but take time to think what you may need to deal with for weather and other factors such as elderly guests. It was so hot and sunny on the wedding day I thought the bride might faint but a guest did twice and had to be taken away by ambulance. Happily he recovered and was discharged later.  We did have bottles of sunscreen and bug repellant. We also rented 2 big propane heaters for the evening but didn't need them. We had tents booked but were allowed to cancel with no fee. 

You can also keep a Rescue Basket in the restroom with helpful items for guests such as Aspirin, Bandaids, Gum or Mints, Comb and Brush, Hairspray, Mini Mending Kit, Tide Stain Remover Stick, List with Local Taxi #,  and other things you may think of.  



# 11. You don't have to have matching bridesmaids or dresses they will never wear again. It can cost a great deal to be in a wedding party today with all of the varied expenses and Chelsea wanted her ladies to be able to wear their dresses again. The only rule they kept was a cream or blush tone and a similar shoe style. 


# 12. Have some fun with your photos! Ham it up for the camera but also print a checklist of photos you want the photographer to take. See the links on Tip # 1.


 The bride and groom splurged and rented a Photo Booth from SmileyCheese a Canadian company. For $400.00 it was staffed by 2 people who encouraged everyone to partake in fun photos and then gave every guest a copy (like below) to take as 'wedding favor thank you'. They also sent a download link with all the photos from the photo booth at 300 dpi.


 # 13. Look at options to feed and entertain guests.  Depending on your venue you can save a great deal of money if you can arrange the food and entertainment. At the very least try and negotiate that you will provide the alcohol (if it will be served) rather than paying top drink prices. I know a couple who got a $10,000.00 bar bill for their reception at a lodge.Heck, you don't have to serve booze, or maybe just no hard alcohol, or do a tea or breakfast.



Chelsea and Anthony used a caterer who moonlights and prepared trays of delicious appetizers, they also rented Roaming Dragon Food Truck for 2.5 hours to serve Asian fusion dinners from the menu they picked out. Their fave pizza place delivered 15 pizzas at 10:30 and my dear friend Sheila of Mad Platters made an amazing selection of desserts from squares to mini cupcakes as their wedding gift. 


It was the first time I'd eaten from Roaming Dragon and all I can say is YUM, it tastes better than it even sounds on the menu! They parked on the driveway for 2.5 hours so there was ample time for everyone to stroll out. The dishes were recyclable and we didn't have to pay servers. The backyard was too small for a big sit down dinner anyways so it was perfect and they drive all over.... well maybe not to the USA as they are Canadian but so many cities have food trucks now. I just heard about a waffle truck at a beach wedding. Just search for good reviews and test the food out!


The day can be made more special with live entertainment, from someone playing an instrument to singing a song or reading a poem. Family friend Colleen Rennison has an incredible voice and she was so sweet to sing My Girl live during the Father and daughter dance with the guitar played by her boyfriend Shawn.

As well, their friend Mel made this pretty wedding cake as a gift to them.  So, do you know anyone with talent who may be able to offer their skills in lieu of buying a gift?  You may also possess some skill or own something that you could offer to friends getting hitched.


# 14. Order some Groove Photo Books for $2.95 with up to 100 cell phone photos and it includes Free Shipping, plus you can order multiple Groove Books! You can cancel the subscription at any time but I've only ever heard great reports. I plan to order some for the wedding party and ship to our USA address.

# 15. Don't forget to have any items picked up that need to go back home or be dropped off the next day. Chelsea and Anthony wanted modern, classic decor and bridesmaids Brenda and Kristy of Ayda Productions provided all the gold tablecloths and decor. The glasses, dishes, heaters, ice, coffee stuff and tables were all dropped off and picked up by Salmons Rentals. Expect people to leave items behind like sun glasses, jackets, etc and you can take photos to email and confirm items found.


# 16. Learn some photo editing skills to $ave money  If you don't want to pay a photographer hoards of money to edit all the photos try using Photoshop Elements or other photo editing software. After the blinding sun went down, the light was better for photos like this family one of us out front on the road. The Clone Stamp Tool and Healing Brush would both work great to get rid of the phone wires in the photo, oil marks on the road, shiny faces, zits - yes PSE is magic and you can usually find it between $50.00 to $60.00.  Be sure to keep original photos saved and re-name edits.


I love this photo of them from behind and thought it was perfect for this  


I had plans of making a bunch of pretty vintage wedding printables but Chelsea isn't into vintage or crafty decor and her wedding needed to be her choices so I held off.  I did want to show you the candle light torch I made as I said months ago I was would make a bunch. Now they will be on my patio or given as gifts. I love how the tea light stays lit. I used Goop to glue 8 assorted pieces of glass and stuck it on a broken lamp pole. Scott also found me cheap brass pipe at a salvage yard that works or you can make them to sit on a table.


I just spotted this stunning watercolor rose card on DT Memeber Michele Kovack's Blog she made using our Rose Digital Stamp Set and colored it with Inktense Pencils. You can see the details but you also need to see the photos she took of her daughter Courtney - an angel!


We still have 6 Themes in our Jumbo SALE Packs for $19.95 and $4.95 shipping which is our Biggest Sale EVER!  There will be a Cooking/Home Pack and a Fairy Pack added soon.


 Also, we have a Eiffel Tower 3D Pattern as our Free Gift (until Oct 1/14) when you place any order in our www.CraftyVintageGirl.com store.

If you have any wedding tips or thought please leave a comment. I would love to hear them!

Wishing you joy and creativity!
Sandy Redburn Owner
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