Vintage Card with Decoupage Papers

11:00 am Erum Tasneem 13 Comments


Hi everyone! Erum here today with a grungy, vintage, floral card.


I used the gorgeous Fly Away Decoupage Paper for my card. I started by gluing it down to a panel to increase its sturdiness. Next, I took a scissor and tried to roughen up the edges. I love the look of the torn bits of edges.

Next, I adhered this panel onto an offwhite mat. I inked this mat slightly to match the vintage look of the card front.

I then prepared my flower. I decided I would use just one flower so that it looks a bit different from the cards I shared previously.
I placed my elements and glued the flower down. Then I die cut this intricate frame and added a sentiment on it.

To finish off, I cut out the butterflies from the decoupage papers and adhered them to my card front with hot glue.

I hope you liked my card, I love how grungy and vintage it looks. It has been a while since I made a card like this. The photos came out terrible.

Thank you for stopping by everyone!! I love reading your comments!




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13 comments:

  1. It's gorgeous.... photos too are great probably u know better if they are doing justice to your card or not 🙂!!!

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  2. Oh what a beautiful card it us !!! Erum Tasneem I am a big fan of your work...the butterfly gives that extra shine to your card... The decoupage paper is so versatile!

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  3. Erum, I Love everything you create, your style is so unique and I love it. This card is just STUNNING, the colors, the papers, the way you created it, just gorgeous. Love it!!!

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  4. Erum that is one gorgeous card.Love Teal as it is..But the beautiful flower and fabulous butterfly make it even better..

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  5. Awesome card.. I loved the color combination very much...

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  6. Beautiful Card...lovely use of Butterflies❤

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  7. Hats off to u dear!!
    u created stunning card!!
    just love the flower nd Butterfly

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  8. beautiful colour combo.. loved the vintage effect!

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