Friday, October 27, 2017

Shabby Chic Card Tutorial for Lemoncraft

Hello, everyone!! It's my turn to post on the Lemoncraft Blog and I have a tutorial to share with you on how I make shabby chic cards featuring several Lemoncraft products from the House of Roses collection.


These are the cards I will be making today :)


For the base of the cards, I used heavyweight (110 lb) cardstock, cut 5 1/2 x 5 1/2. The next layer of paper is from the House of Roses Basic Stack, measuring 5 1/4 x 5 1/4. I distressed the edges of both layers, as shown on the left, using a Zutter Distress-it-All, but you could use any distressing tool.


After selecting the images I wanted to use from the Vintage Time 005 Sheet, I cut an oval window in the top layer of paper (5 x 5) from the House of Roses 12x12 Collection.


Next, I cut frames for the windows using nesting oval dies. The smaller oval die is the one I used to cut the window.


I wanted the frame to have some dimension, so I added foam tape to the back before I adhered it to the paper.


I also added foam tape to the top layer of paper for added dimension.


Next, I selected an assortment of embellishments to add to the cards including Wild Orchid Crafts flowers, ribbon and leaves die cut from papers from the House of Roses Basic Stack.


I cut butterflies from the Vintage Time 008 Sheet and then colored them with a clear Wink of Stella pen for some shimmer. I added foam tape to the back of the butterflies, too.


Next, I start adding the embellishments.


For the sentiments, I chose a sheet of paper from the House of Roses Ephemera Cards and cut a banner. I then cut a banner in vellum, stamped the image with Versamark and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I then layered the vellum over the paper.


Once the sentiment was adhered, I added some Cream Cotton Lace beneath the banners.  The clock is from the Vintage Time 009 Sheet.


For a little additional texture, I added some Tu-Tu Pink Prills.


I added a touch of water to white acrylic paint and splattered it on the cards.


For the final touch, I added some pearls.


And here is the finished card :)






And the second card:






I am entering these in the following challenges:

1) Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
2) Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
3) Jo's Scrap Shack Funday Friday - Anything Goes


I hope you've enjoyed the tutorial!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!
Have a great day!!


https://lemoncraft.pl/shop/en/house-of-roses-collection/4959-set-of-scrapbooking-papers-house-of-roses.html
https://lemoncraft.pl/shop/en/house-of-roses-collection/4957-stack-of-basic-scrapbooking-papers-house-of-roses.html
https://lemoncraft.pl/shop/en/house-of-roses-collection/4960-house-of-roses-ephemera-cards.html
https://lemoncraft.pl/shop/en/heart-painted/4541-one-sided-scrapbooking-paper-vintage-time-005.html
https://lemoncraft.pl/shop/en/vintage-time-line/4955-one-sided-scrapbooking-paper-vintage-time-008.html
https://lemoncraft.pl/shop/en/vintage-time-line/4956-one-sided-scrapbooking-paper-vintage-time-009.html
https://lemoncraft.pl/shop/en/lace/1415-cotton-lace-cream-1-meter.html

54 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cards Lisa ! I loved the tutorial too :)

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  2. Lisa, thanks so much for this tutorial, I usually try and cut the image with the circle/square and get very frustrated why it doesn't turn out nice, this is just perfect. Love everything about all of this beautiful, exquisite and stunning display....thank you very much...xxx
    Have a lovely weekend.♥
    [aNNie]

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  3. wohwooo thanks for showing us how you make those lovely cards. you ARE PRIME ballarina on all flower cards in the world ;O))

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  4. Oh my gosh, I am in love with these sweet cards Lisa!! Those images are so darling and have such a wonderful vintage, childhood-memories feel to them! Your tutorial is amazing! I love watching your process, cutting and arranging and adding this and that. Fantastic details! Gorgeous flower arrangements following the shape of the oval frame! The added pink microbeads is a wonderful touch! Love these papers and love how you have used them!

    It's been raining for several days now, making it difficult to crawl around on the ground with my camera. Guess today I will stick to taking photos of the colourful trees. lol. Have a great day my friend, sending hugs :)

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  5. Obie kartki są cudne, przestrzenne i takie bajeczne :) Kartka dla mamy bardzo mi sie podoba :) Dziękuję , że podzieliłaś sie kursem :)

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  6. Fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing this great tutorial, Lisa! Kisses, my friend!!!

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  7. WOW! Thank you for that fascination step-by-step Lisa! It was fabulous to watch every step and see how you achieve such magnificent creations! Pinned for the future - if I'm ever brave enough to give it a try - although I know that I could never achieve the kind of stunning results that you do! Have a great weekend! Luv & Hugs. Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  8. It was so cool to see the process you do for your lovely cards. Wow, lots of thought and design goes into each one. Thanks for sharing how you do it. Lots of details and I love the Prills.

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  9. FABULOUS cards. Love all the details. Thanks for tutorial.
    Have a great day.
    Hugs, Valerija xx

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  10. This is a beautiful card! I love the great inspiration I always find on your blog!!

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  11. These are amazing Lisa and so glad you gave a detailed tutorial, really enjoyed it.

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  12. Beautiful cards and fabulous tutorial! Thank you Lisa :)
    Hugs, Mary x

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  13. Oh my, I do so love the cards you create Lisa, and I really enjoyed seeing it all come together. Thank you for sharing the process. The papers you used are gorgeous and your focal images are just adorable! Another stunning pair of cards! Have a great day my dear friend!! hugs xx

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  14. Sigh.... more sighing.... such loveliness, Lisa, not only in your finished cards, but in your dear creative process where you have carefully selected images, papers, dies, garden delights! And so much time it took to keep a clean work surface and put everything together for photographing! Thank you for the gift of your blog post, and for sharing your creative method, Miss Mermaid. I love both cards, and the pretty banners with sentiments. When you are making the DLArt bows, do you have an idea of how large the bow will be? Do you just wrap, and then tie the center with a separate piece? Are your bows about 3 inches across? or smaller? Thanks, Lisa, for always inspiring me, and teaching me so much through your artwork. hugs, de

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  15. Brilliant tutorial, fascinating to see how you create your beautiful cards. So many details and elements combined to produce the lovely fished result.
    hugs
    Chris
    x

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  16. Wow your cards are absolutely beautiful - such beautiful flowers and embellies. Love the cute images they are adorable. Thanks for sharing the tutorial - you did a fabulous job as always thanks for sharing!

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  17. oh so gorgeous cards!
    love them!

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  18. Wspaniałe kartki! Tyle cudownych dodatków. Uściski :)

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  19. Hi Lisa ,
    Top your tutorial thank you Lisa 😘!
    Beautiful details I love All your cards Lisa and lovely papers you use .
    have a nice weekend
    Hugs Doris xxx

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  20. Hi Lisa, so fantastic cards with lovely flowers and papers.. The children motives are looking very wonderful. Thank you for the tutorial.
    Have a relaxing weekend.
    Hugs Petra x

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  21. Oooo, Ooooo, Ooooo I LOVE these gorgeous cards!!!! I don't even know where to begin so I just will say everything is perfect!!!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  22. It was so much fun to be part of your creative process. I love how you started with the images and then framed them with all the beautiful papers. Beautiful design and as always I am wowed with your talent, my friend.

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  23. Wow Lisa! What fun to see these lovely layers transform into a perfectly meshed work of art! Thanks so much for the step outs. Love this! Hugs, Autumn

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  24. Fabulous creations, Lisa, so beautiful. xx

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  25. you are awesome!!! Always enjoy your blog.

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  26. Oh my, I have so enjoyed seeing how your bring your mini masterpieces together Lisa. You make it look so easy but I know it is not (well it wouldn't be for me!). Your cards are quite simply exquisite... thank you so much for showing us how you do it! Have a wonderful weekend my friend! Big hugs, Anne xx

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  27. These are the sweetest cards ever! I love the darling children images and the papers are perfect! What a gorgeous collection of papers Lisa! The little details are amazing as always. The designs are spectacular and totally melt my heart! Just so sweet!!!

    Well, winter is here..we woke up to 5+ inches of snow today! It is about 25-30 degrees and windy. I am not sure I am ready but who is, lol! I don't mind the snow just don't like the COLD. The little kiddo's will be stopping over soon which I am sure they are excited to see the snow. Hopefully, we can go build our first snowman this year with them!
    We have a busy weekend with a wedding out of town and then Sunday our company picnic which was reschedule from Sept. It will be fun but take up our whole wknd :(
    Hope you have a great weekend my friend~ How's your weather?
    Sherrie K

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  28. Fabulous tutorial and such beautiful cards! So pretty and sweet.

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  29. Adorable cards, thanks so much for the tutorial!! You shown these amazing papers so well!!!And such adorable images! Love the shabby look, so very sweet, and all the embellishments, especially the roses! The oval frames look gorgeous, as well the vellum banners with the lovely sentiments! Your big talent always shine! :)
    Hugs

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  30. Such lovely cards, Lisa! Love all the beautiful details on them. You are so talented!
    Thank you for the great tutorial!!!
    Hugs, Mar

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  31. Wow Lisa! What beautiful artwork! I love all the layers, die cut details and fancy florals! Thanks for the inspiration and for the sharing your creative process!

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  32. I love this, Lisa. Thanks so much for showing us your creative process. I'm smitten with the Prills. I never really knew what they were for, and now I think I'm obsessed. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful art with us. it's always a joy to have you play along and share your talents.
    God bless you!
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  33. Thanks for the pic-by-pic tutorial. Your cards are beautiful, as always.

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  34. You put a TON of work into these beauties! I LOVE the images, papers, ribbons, flowers, Butterflies - okay.... basically I LOVE both cards! So many amazing details and so much depth & dimension too... Just WOW! Have a wonderful day! HUGS!

    Theresa

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  35. Fabulous tutorial!Gorgeous cards! The flowers are especially lovely.

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  36. Love the tutorial. it's amazing seeing what you do to create beautiful cards. I love all the supplies you have to create. Love everything you have. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs.

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  37. As always, Lisa, I love, love your cards. It was such a treat to take it step by step with you. I enjoyed your tutorial so much. Thank you!
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Hugs,
    Lena

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  38. These cards are superb! I love the papers you used and all the details you incorporate into each card! Awesome tutorial! Thanks for sharing all your steps on how you made these beautiful cards!!

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  39. Wow beautiful cards and fabulous tutorial, I love love the paint splatters, gee why don't I do that, I have a closet full of paints from other crafting years...these are gorgeous Lisa! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  40. Oh wow, such gorgeous creations Lisa, love every detail! Thank you for the tutorial, it's awesome!
    Big Hugs, Sherry x
    Loose Stitches and Unraveled Threads

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  41. Stupendous creations and tutorial Lisa excellent work
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  42. These are so pretty Lisa and Thank you so much for sharing your creative process
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  43. Wow- I love vintage to begin with - these sweet cards are gorgeous!!! I love seeing the step by step work and all of the embellishments you add. The flowers and bows are just beautiful as well!

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  44. Oh my. They are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing how you put your layers together!

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  45. Fabulous photo tutorial! Great to follow along with.
    PS...this is a beautiful card.

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  46. What fabulous cards! Thanks for the Tutorial too Lisa, I know how much time these take to do. Judy x

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  47. Such darling cards my friend! I love the adorable images. So sweet. The distress edges are so cool. Love that detail.The pink & green butterflies are beautiful! One of my favorite details.
    Stunning job my fabulous friend as ALWAYS!
    Have a wonderful day,
    M'
    Crafting with Creative M

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  48. WOW what amazing, gorgeous cards.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    luv
    Debby

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  49. These cards are both so beautiful!! I love the sweet image, the pretty butterflies, the gorgeous papers and flowers you used!!! Awesome cards as always my friend!! Have a great day.
    Gerda

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  50. WOW!! Gorgeous vintage cards and great tutorial Lisa..loz

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  51. WOW these are pure perfection. You really outdid yourself this time. I love htem. Thanks for the photo tutorial.

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  52. Gorgeous! I love those sweet vintage images <3

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  53. Thank you for taking the time to share the tutorial Lisa. Intriguing to see how your beautiful cards are put together
    Anne x

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