Product Spotlight & Freebie Friday: Pink Paislee Vintage Vogue Collection Week 3…Enter To Win!

We are really excited to announce our “Win a One Year Subscription to Paper Crafter’s Library with our Fan Badge Contest!”  We are running this contest for the next 9 months – where we will be giving away a total of 18 ONE YEAR MEMBERSHIPS to the Paper Crafter’s Library – each valued at $200!  To find out how you can enter visit this blog post.

This week’s Freebie Friday Give-Away comes from the Pink Paislee collection called “Vintage Vogue”. We’re giving away a set of six Vintage Vogue 12″ x 12″ double sided patterned papers, and a package of Vintage Vogue Spool Buttons. For today’s Freebie Friday Video Tutorial, Tracy has created this quilted Thank You card using paper and elements from the Vintage Vogue Collection:

Download the pdf handout here

You can watch Tracy’s video here:

In addition to the quilted Thank You card Tracy also created this Vintage Memories card. This project features the Vintage Vogue DP and Spool buttons by Pink Paislee.

 

We have a video tutorial and pdf handout for the Vintage Memories card available to our Paper Crafter’s Library members. If you’re not already a member, it’s worth checking out. As a member, along with our existing video library of over 700 videos, you’ll receive daily inspiration, great project ideas, fun techniques, instruction on how to use your products and more! For more information and to join, click here.

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And now, the winner of last week’s Vintage Vogue prize pack:

is………
 

Congratulations Andy! Please email us at customerservice@papercrafterslibrary.com to claim your prize! Be sure to put Freebie Friday Winner in the subject line, and include your phone number and shipping address in the body of the email!

How to enter this week’s giveaway:

All you have to do is leave us a comment in the comments section of this blog post. The winner will be announced on Friday, March 23rd at the bottom of that week’s Freebie Friday post! Good luck to all!

179 replies on “Product Spotlight & Freebie Friday: Pink Paislee Vintage Vogue Collection Week 3…Enter To Win!”

  1. This paper is SO pretty and I LOVE the card design… Thanks for always having such wonderful and inspiring designs.

  2. Wow, I’m loving these papers. Both cards are pretty but the Memories one is absolutely gorgeous.

    thanks for all you do.

    carolyn s

  3. beautiful creations as always-I look forward to your freebie fridays! I love that you are having a chance to win subscriptions too! I will be entering that as I would love to become a member

  4. Can’t wait to make this card … would ♥ to win the goodies. Love your tutorials and always look forward to Freebie Fridays! 🙂

  5. Love the cards and the beautiful colors of the designer papers.
    Tracy did an awesome job.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  6. The Vintage Memories card is an absolutely “to-die-for” card!! I like the other one also, but vintage is always my favorite and I love the elements used (e.g., vintage spools, clock stamp, etc.). Thank you for sharing this awesome project as it has given me some ideas on a new card and more importantly a new scrap page layout.

  7. Love the Vintage Memories card and freebie Fridays! Thanks for a chance to win a subscription to PCL.

  8. These card are both great, different from one another, but really pretty!! I love the paper, and the buttons are just a perfect match!! Love the way you did the stitching too, since I don’t have sewing maching, it’ll work for me!! Love the Vintage card too, it’s simply stunning!!! Thanks for another great tutorial, always look forward to getting more ideas from you!! Thanks for all you do!! 🙂 ~ Lynne

  9. Hiii Tracy… I just love the Memories card!! I love everything vintage and it is gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing it!!!

  10. A smashing way to use up all those little bits of card that u just cant throw away. Then pretend stitch them together. Fantastic and one brill demo i will be trying, Thanks for sharing and showing.

  11. I think this card is simple but elegant. I plan to make several, especially if I win the giveaway!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  12. Love IT!!!! Was always afraid to use paisley paper,will have to get some. Thanks for offering these videos.
    Your the best !!!!!

  13. Can’t wait to try this card. Love the faux stitching. As always thanks for the chance to win that fabulous paper!!

  14. Somehow, no matter how hard I try, I don’t get my card to look as good as yours! But, I’ll keep trying…and maybe someday I’ll succeed. Thanks for all the good ideas…

  15. Love how you did the stitching on this card. Always looking forward to freebie Friday! Thanks for your great work!!

  16. Beautiful cards again today. I really like the faux stitching. I have used this technique on some of my own cards and I love the look it gives.

  17. I just love these cards They are beautiful as usual and I can’t wait to give them a try
    Thanks for sharing all that you do.

  18. Great card design and faux stitching element! The template for piercing was unfamiliar to me and I would love to know where it is from. Lots of nifty tricks on your card that I will certainly use especially lining up the 5 columns of papers so easily. The papers are great and vintage buttons are a perfect embellishment! I’d love to win this paper pack!

  19. What a neat way to do the stitching on this card. I will certainly try this trick. Thank you for a new idea.

  20. Love the vintage pack. I would be so happy to win such a great prize. Thanks for a chance to win 🙂

  21. What a lovely card! I am in love with this collection and your amazing projects. Those buttons are just so cute too! If I win I would use those buttons, they are so cool x

  22. Love the nifty spool button and the papers are terrific. Thanks for the pretty card idea! Now I hope I win so I can make lovely cards with them.

  23. Thank you so much for reminding me about faux stitching. It is a nice touch to your project! Papers are beautiful so hope that I get them

  24. As always, I really enjoyed your tutorial today! So many wonderful techniques with great results! Thank you so much for a chance to win…you are very generous!

  25. Do you do overseas? I am new to your site and so far like very much what I have seen. However as I live overseas, it is difficult to get supplies. I do a lot on the fly 😉

  26. I absoulutely loved the spool buttons. They are so cute. Thanks for giving us pointers on cardmaking, and for an opportunity to win some cool paper and buttons.

  27. The papers are beautiful, and I love those buttons. This was a great technique, too. Thanks,
    Tracy!

  28. Love this paper. Beautiful card! The faux stitching is a great idea. Thanks for the chance to win.

  29. I love Fridays !!! Really enjoyed your tutorial and the products used. Thanks for the chance to win. : )

  30. Oh my, a third chance to win this lovely paper collection! How wonderful 🙂
    The projects are gorgeous, as always. I really like the neutral toned one with the spool buttons. Thanks for sharing!

  31. WONDERFUL CARD. I LOVE WATCHING THESE VIDEOS EACH WEEK THEY GIVE ME SO MANY GREAT IDEAS.

  32. I love the thank you card. It gives you a great way to use scraps of DSP. I also love the faux stitching. It looks fantastic! seems easy enough to go through my stash to see what I can come up with. I look forward to trying! THANKS!

  33. As always, inspirational. These papers would be great to work with. Once again, I enter, in hope of being the lucky e-mail recipient given a chance to win.

  34. Thank you for all the inspiration. I just told my husband last night that I am amazed at all the talent I see in these blogs.

  35. The more I look at this card the more I like it. Simple, but fun details. LOVE those spool buttons! Thanks for the inspiration.

  36. I just love this card. It is so simple but I love it. Those spool buttons are really cool. Please enter my name in your draw. Keep up the great work. You really inspire me!

  37. thank you for the inspiration & the gorgeous quilting look! i luv quilting so these are perfect!!!

  38. The quilted card is most intriguing–the spool buttons are wonderful! I, too, found the Memories card beautiful, Your site is a “sight for sore eyes”–so many stamp stores are closing in the Pacific Northwest. Would love to win!

  39. I love the quilted card and can’t wait to make it. I enjoy receiving your weekly video classes. Please enter me in to the draw. Thanks

  40. Gorgeous papers and button spools. Great techniques on the video and love the look of the faux stitching with your patterned paper. Thanks for another chance to win Vintage Vogue!

  41. Love these cards and anything with sewing theme. Faux stitching technique is great – looks so real, and the buttons are adorable and the perfect finishing touch

  42. I love anything with a sewing theme – the faux stitching technique is great and looks so real. And the memories card looks like it was made with all the treasures I’ve been saving from my grandmother’s sewing box – beautiful!

  43. love the look of the cards, simple but elegant style thanks for this chance this is a gorgeous collection

  44. Thank you once again for sharing these great ideas. I just love it when crafter’s share. You introductions to new companies and products is awesome.

  45. This is one of my favorite cards yet. The Vintage Vogue papers are lovely and I love the vintage spool buttons. Thanks, Tracy, for another great tutorial. I’ll be CASE’g this for sure.

  46. Wow, love this card! The hand stitching look is great…I will try that on my next card! I like how you can match this dsp with different brands of card stock. I would love to win this set and would make great Mother’s Day cards with it! Keep up the good work!

  47. Wow what lovely cards, thank you for your inspiration. Would love to win the spool buttons, they look great.

  48. I am on my way to my craft table to make this card. Love the colors, the DSP and the button is so cute. Would love to win this give away. But win or not….thanks for the video tutorial.

  49. Love it-them!!! So creative, So inspiring……Thanks so much for showing us all the fun and beautiful creations!!

  50. Love the ‘Thank you’ card, faux stitching idea is great since i don’t have a sewing machine of any size! Have used the stamping and then dry embossing technique before, isn’t it wonderful? Thanks for the chance to win.

  51. As a quilter, I loved the quilted thank you card! The spool buttons are a new product for me.

  52. Love the stitching technique.. easy with a real quality of hand sewing.. gotta love that! Great job with both cards! Thanks for posting these videos for all to enjoy..they show how easy it is to create beautiful projects and this comes in handy… especially when you are a visual learner like myself!

  53. Love this paper and especially the spool buttons – a bit unusual. Thank you for the card idea and the opportunity to win.

  54. Spoolbuttons?
    Never seen these here in the Netherlands, but they look great…and wonderful to win ofcourse!
    I liked both cards very much and Tracy’s video is very clear in showing how to do it.
    Thank you for making all this happening.

  55. Good morning from Australia Tracy, I love your Memory card, the vintage paper with buttons to match, it’s all toooo much. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Rene from OZ xo

  56. I love the vintage cared – it has so much detail and love the colors chosen. Hope my number comes up for the winner of the freebie. Love Paper Crafter’s library.

  57. Lovely card, and as usual very well explaind tutorial. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win.

  58. Congrats Andy.
    I love love love the card. The paer is the coolest paper I’ve ever seen. Being new to card making I always learn things from you watching your videos. Thanks for allowing the the chance to win this weeks giveaway it is so cool.

  59. Absolutely beautiful and expert instructions in the video. The papers remind me of fabric my mom made curtains with for our home as a child. Thank you for sharing.

    Bonnie

  60. Simple. Simply beautiful card & I would be simply overjoyed to win this weeks give-away 😉

  61. I love both cards, I thought you had actually quilted the paper until I viewed the video. Beautiful, I would love to make them both but I will need for you to PICK ME so I will have the supplies I need! As always beautiful cards that I want to make.

  62. Nice card and video tutorial. I really like the buttons included in this package. They go with the cardstock perfectly.

  63. I used the quilted thank you card as inspiration for a birthday card for my sister. When I finished I could only say Ta-Daaa! It turned out beautiful. I loved the faux stitching.

  64. Oh, I need to win. It would brighten my spirits that are down. I love vintage….my favorite type card!

  65. Love the color combinations in these papers, both card samples are beautiful, thank you for sharing!

  66. I really like the card in the video. I especially liked the stitching. Thanks for sharing.

  67. I love the colour in the cardstock. It really pops out. The cards are beautiful too. Thanks for sharing. I love Vintage as it brings back good memories of the past.

  68. Great greeting cards! They are an awesome inspiration for my own cards. Thanks for everything you do!

  69. I love the card. The papers are beautiful. Love the buttons. Thanks for sharing more ideas for us. Would love to win this set. Thanks again

  70. Hello,

    What a great site! I’m not new to crafting or to paper crafting,
    but I am new to card making. I found the video very well done. It
    was clear and easy to understand. I think I could make that nice
    card on my own now. I’ll be back on Friday, good luck to everyone.
    Thanks for the chance to win the drawing as well. Kathy Runnals

  71. You know….I was so impressed when I watched the video and saw how you did the stitching!!! You guys…..lol you had me! I NEVER would have guessed that you used a pen with the ruler! I really thought that you had stitched it. Way to go! Thanks for sharing and I can’t wait to go try this myself! Wish me luck 🙂

  72. You make card making look so easy. Can’t wait to try this latest card. BUT I might need a little help with the papers you used, so I might just have to win a pack. I have posted on Facebook so that all my card making friends see it.

  73. Love both cards! This Vintage Vogue DP and accessories are so pretty and make up beautiful creations. Thanks for sharing your inspiration. I’d love to win the package!

  74. What a wonderful set of paper! I love love love this Paislee kit! Thank you for another awesome video ~ I am going to attempt the faux stitching! You make it look so easy ~ Looking forward to the next project (hugs)

  75. I am always hesitant to combine too many patterns of paper but this card really appeals to me. Thanks for showing me it’s ok to mix it up! Love the faux stitching that is soooo popular right now.

  76. I have not stamped in a while but after watching the tutorial of this cute card I feel like I just might be able to manage it!

  77. I love this package as a sewer, quilter and card maker the combination is perfect these designs are awesome!!!

  78. I just love the vintage paper! I am “pattern challenged” but you always make it look so easy when combining different colors, textures, and patterns. Thanks for the inspiration!

  79. I love those buttons!!!! I also like how you make the card look so easy. It is beautiful. Thanks.

    Kathlene

  80. Love the papers, love the spool buttons, haven’t found a good store in Japan, but I haven’t given up!

  81. How exciting is this! I just love everything that you do. A million thanks for being my inspiration.

  82. I love the second card even more. I can imagine making a similar one for a funeral. I know, that’s not a pleasant occasion to make cards for, but after all it’s a card you always need all through the year.
    Thanks for sharing these great cards with us

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