Card Making Tutorial at A Vintage Journey

Hello Everyone!

Today I’m over at A Vintage Journey with this month’s card making post. I always make cards for family and friends, so I’m pleased to be sharing a Shabby Chic style card that I made for a forever friend of mine.

I hope that you’ll pop over to A Vintage Journey to see my tutorial which includes lots more photos and full details of how this card came together. If you are interested, you can also find a full list of materials that I used below.

As I’ve been enjoying the summer flowers in my garden and we have lots of lavender flowering at the moment, I was inspired to included lavender as part of my card design.

Thanks for joining me today! If you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear from you.

Happy and creative wishes! Jo x

Challenges

I’m pleased to join the Gold challenge over at Paperbabe Stamps with the gold ribbon I added to this card.

I’m also pleased to join the Tim Holtz challenge over at Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday with all the Tim Holtz products I used to make this card.

Here is a list of all the materials used to create this card:

  • Kraft Cardstock
  • Sizzix 3D Texture Fades A6 Tim Holtz Alterations (Botanicals 662716)
  • Annie Sloane Chalk Paint (Old White 01)
  • Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, Mowed Lawn, Milled Lavender, Seedless Preserves, Mowed Lawn)
  • White Cardstock
  • Tim Holtz idea-ology Collage Paper (Botanical #TH93705, Halloween #TH93727)
  • Recycled white paper coloured green with Mowed Lawn, Forest Moss, Pine Needles and Twisted Citron Distress Ink and purple with Milled Lavender and Seedless Preserves Distress Ink)
  • Sizzix Thinkets Tim Holtz Alterations (Wildflowers 661190, Wildflower Stems #2 664164)
  • Recycled Purple Chiffon Ribbon
  • Cream Lace
  • Recycled Gold Ribbon dyed using Mowed Lawn and Forest Moss Distress Ink
  • Tim Holtz idea-ology (Quote Chips #TH93563)
  • Home Bargains (Sweet Hearts)
  • Liquitex Matte Gel Medium
  • Stix2 double-sided tape
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16 thoughts on “Card Making Tutorial at A Vintage Journey

  1. I want to know the secret of your lavender blooms. My lavender is growing, but there are no blooms. Maybe your climate is better and you leave yours in the ground, while I have mine in pots. Regardless, it’s amazing.

    LOVED your card, too. Yep, I have already been to see how you made it. My favorite may be the lace and the texture die.

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  2. Gorgeous flowers and gorgeous card Jo.- love all the beautiful extras you always add.
    I went mad a couple months back and got about 4 of the TH sizzix foliage/flowers dies but not the bigger ones you have – they sure look wonderful and very tempting oh! 🙂
    Had a noisy day here with 2nd day of our annual air show and very hot and humid but better than rain of course. Hope you’ve had a great week and getting over bashing your nose – hope all well now. Gill xx

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  3. Your card is Amazing Jo !! Gorgeous and so beautifuly designed. love the texture of the background, and the lovely collage, love every detail! Thanks so much for this fabulous tutorial.
    Wish you a very nice weekend, and send big hugs,
    Caty

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  4. Really beautiful Jo, lovely way to display those die cuts. A real touch of vintage with the addition of the gold ribbon. Happy to see this over at Paperbabe stamps. Playing catch up again after a few days away, not sure I will ever catch up with everyone..
    Wishing you a super weekend, can’t believe another one will soon be here.. Hugs Tracey xx

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