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Ephemera for Cardmaking

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We love Ephemera but it can get very expensive can’t it? Have you seen the cost of Tim Holtz Idea-Ology? I mean I love me some good vintage Tim Holtz stuff, but I also love a good deal! The Vintage Ephemera I will show you today is so inexpensive you will be wanting it ALL! I can’t wait to show you all the vintage packages, stickers, papers, vellum, and all my Vintage Ephemera for Cardmaking.

Ephemera For Cardmaking

Ephemera for Card Making The Washi Shop IG

I partnered with The Washi Shop back in May of 2021. I had never really worked with too much Washi before but I was loving the results I was getting with the products I got. Many of you loved it all so much as well. However, some of you commented that you found it to be expensive. I understand that. Not everyone sees the price of something and finds value. Therefore, I decided to find some inexpensive items this time around. That’s when I happened across all the Vintage Ephemera! There are Vintage Papers, Stickers, Vellum, Tags and so much more. I was so excited I could barely contain myself.

Ephemera for Card Making The Washi Shop IG

Unfortunately, my parcel arrived much later than expected due to global pandemic issues, and a natural disaster in British Columbia, Canada. The flooding in B.C. halted all land travel to the east of Canada for some time. While I wasn’t able to use the Christmas Eve Washi Tape set, I’m looking forward to making cards with it in 2022. Those kitties are just too cute! And I’m not even a cat person!

But I was quick to forget about my disappointment and get to making some Vintage Distress Cards. You really have to watch the video to take in all the elements and see all the example cards. You won’t regret it. I promise. Oh, and before I forget here’s the Sponge Daubers Chart for the daubers case linked below.

Check out my Blog Posts & YouTube Tutorials for Washi Tape on Cards, DIY Distress Oxide Sprays, and DIY Distress Resist Spray too! They all go hand in hand with this tutorial.

Ephemera for Card Making The Washi Shop IG

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