Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Vintage Card Tutorial

Hello everyone! I hope that you have had a safe and restful Easter break with your loved ones. Today I am sharing a vintage, inchie inspired birthday card using the beautiful Pen and Ink Collection which is being released by Kaisercraft this month. It has soft muted tones and beautiful coordinating stamps and dies.

My focal image is this stamped butterfly. It was created by stamping the clear stamp onto some script paper from the paper pad and fussy cutting it out.

To add dimension to the papers, all were inked with bark ink and distressed. This adds to the vintage feel.

A selection of complimentary flowers in various sizes and in muted tones was added to the base of the card.

A sentiment was added from the paper pad and adhered using foam tape.

Below I have a video tutorial which demonstrates the construction of the card.

I hope that you enjoyed the tutorial and also the new products from Kaisercraft.

Kaisercraft Products: Pen and Ink Collection: PP1041 Paper Pad| CS324 Pen and Ink| CD509 - Square Card Pack - Kraft| Decorative Die - DD793 Ornate Pack 1 | Cardstock – CD114 Forest| Paper Bloom – F628 Honey| Mini Paper Bloom- F661 Black| Ink Pad – IP724 Bark| Pearls - SB715 Latte| T321 Craft Glue| T303 Foam Tape

Other: Versafine Onyx Black Ink | Clear Embossing Powder | Flowers |Flower Dies 

Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. Beautiful card Cathy!! I love the stamped butterfly!

  2. Hi Cathy, what is the name of the leaf die you have used on this card (understand it is not Kaisercraft, but is lovely and versatile). There is another leaf die I have spied on your blog, and will send you a separate message from you post where you actually use it.
    Lovely work


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