Vintage Lace Birthday Card

I have spent most of today up in my shed… crafting away whilst keeping in mind the UIU Pledge (Use It Up) 🙂

I bought sheets of chipboard months and months ago and i’ve not been using it as much as I should, so I cut up one of the big sheets today to a standard size card proportion and gave them all a coat of white acrylic paint, with a view to making the easel type cards that I love so much 🙂

I made 2 valentines cards, then my hubby asked me to make him a card for his mum’s birthday, which is tomorrow..

This is what I came up with… I had been previously working on the material panel, so I used this up and adhered it to the front of the card..

Supplies List :-

  • Chipboard
  • White Acrylic Paint
  • Frayed Burlap Distress ink
  • Chipboard Heart
  • Clear Embossing Powder and Heat Gun
  • 15mm Foundation Roses from Wild Orchid Crafts
  • Light Pink Seam Binding from Wild Orchid Crafts
  • Purple Trim
  • 10mm Pink Rose Leaves

Thanks so much for dropping in 🙂

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17 thoughts on “Vintage Lace Birthday Card

  1. Wow, this is so beautiful! I make cards too and adore it but always love seeing people using fabric and more solid materials in their cards, not something that I am great at. The flowers really make it so delicate. I like the idea of Use It Up too! I need to get on that!

    • Thanks so much for the lovely comments Trudi, much appreciated 🙂 It has only been in the last few months that I have started to incorporate materials and fabrics into my crafting, have to say, I’, loving the journey 🙂

      You will need to hop over to Fran’s blog and get all the info on it… makes sense seeing as we buy waaay more than we could possibly ever use lol

      Thanks for popping by 🙂 Sarah

    • Hi there Sybil… thanks so much for the lovely comments and for visiting my blog 🙂

      It’s her birthday today so will update in a future blog post (fingers crossed lol)

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