Happy Saturday! I’ve got 5 Mother’s Day cards to share with you today – better late than never I guess, and for you last minute crafters and those of you who won’t see your mom until later hopefully I’ve given you some ideas you can use. Here is what I came up with:
Here are some close-ups photos for you:
I love those florals – they can be used for Mothers day cards but would also be great for sympathy, birthday or even just a card to say hello.
I could rave about this stamp set for days (and might!) The sentiments are incredible and can be combined to create so many different sayings.
This was by far my favorite – SSS if you’re reading, more stamp sets like this please!
The Prismacolors I used on the flowers are: 289, 1013, 940, 989, 912, 109
I thought those florals are so beautiful you can make a great card just by stamping the outlines. I stamped the flower using Lawn Fawn Peachy Keen and the leaves using Distress Oxide Peeled Paint.
If you’re looking for a natural paper – this MFT Primitive White is fantastic!
So simple, but again possibly my favorite! That pink and white stripe is just so sweet.
I wish this insulation pink would photograph better – it always looks a bit warmer in the photos then it actually is. It is a beautiful cool pink shade and it matches this pattern paper beautifully!
I hope you can see the dimension of the layered mom cutouts – it doesn’t take long to stack them and it does make a difference.
Peach Bellini is another of my favorite cardstock of mine – it has more of a blush tone in person, less yellow than it looks in the photo.
This card is tied for my favorite – I love the gold accent around honeycomb pattern and the larger and smaller lilies together mimic the idea of mother and child.
Again – just the most beautiful sentiment!
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I wish all the mom’s out there a very special Mother’s Day – I hope your families spoil you. You deserve it!