I have several Mother's Day cards to share with you today, in addition to the ones that I have posted in previous challenges.
#1) I have always liked yellow roses, so this is a favorite DCWV paper, from one of the 6x6 pads. The plaid yellow is from the same pad.
|MOM - yellow roses|
I used EK Border punches on yellow card stock and textured white card stock for the layers. The sheer yellow ribbon was purchased by the yard at our local variety store. I cut the word 'mom' with my Craft Robo.
I have used this design with pink roses and red roses and changed the sentiment for whatever occasion I needed.
#2) Believe it or not, I designed this next card while riding in the car on the way to visit my husband's aunt in Marietta, GA!
I took my bag of basic scrapbook/card making tools. We stopped at a couple of craft and scrapbook stores between home in SC and Marietta, GA. I picked up a few interesting pieces of paper and could not wait to start making cards, even while winding through the mountains of NE GA.
|MOTHER - Botanique|
I purchased the ribbon from Michael's dollar bin first, just because I thought it was interesting. I had no idea that the next place I visited would have paper that matched so perfectly !!
The paper is American Crafts Botanique series - Elanor is the floral design and Greta is the smaller print. I used the solid colors on the reverse of each print too. I regret that I purchased only one sheet of each.
The sentiment is from Little Yellow Bicycle delight*ful collection D-232. I added three tiny gemstones on the sentiment banner.