Hi Maja friends! Ivana here today to share a little shabby card with you. I used the Vintage Summer Basics collection for this card, and used the February Mood Board colors as inspiration. I love to keep the Mood Boards saved on my computer for inspiration on those not-so-inspired days. Makes creating much easier when you have a beautiful palette to work with!
For this card, I started with a base using the gorgeous Vintage Summer Basics paper #1911. To that, I added a white cardstock paper stamped with stitched sentiments and motifs using Paptertrey Ink and The Craft’s Meow stamps.
I added a strip of glittered Scor Tape (1/4 inch width) to the right side of the card, and sprinkled it with chunky, vintage glitter. I then added two little distressed buttons (which I lightly colored with my Copic markers), a teensy felt heart and some liquid pearls.
To the center of the card, I added a vertical piece of white lace, and a punched bit of paper (using #1933 from Summer Vintage Basics). I layered a stitched felt tag over the lace and papers, followed by two banners (one stamped with PTI stamps, the other using paper #1933), and finished off with a little painted cherub from my Etsy shoppe, and a pink felt tag, with a heart center.
Just before I added the ribbon, I stitched the two layers of the card together. And last, but not least, I added a shabby, hand-dyed ribbon to the top of the card, along with a stick pin and heart tag.
Supplies: Maja Design Paper (Vintage Summer Basics: #1911, #1933), White Cardstock, PTI Stamps (Stitched Sentiments, Love Lives Here, Button Boutique), TCM Stamps (Inspired by Audrey), PTI Dies (Love Lives Here, Tiny Tags), Martha Stewart Edge Punch (Deep Floral Vine), Scor Tape and Chunky Glitter, Ribbon and Cherub from my Etsy Shoppe (Ivana`s Creations).
See you next time!
Just so fresh and gorgeous
Always a treat to see your gorgeous cards Ivana!! xo
Just love your cards. Always so beautiful.
I am a fan of your cards too, love their shabby look and layers
My goodness, Ivana…your cards just make me swoon! Such soft, beautiful colors and lovely, delicate accents. I could stare at them all day! 🙂