Mother’s Day Red Flowers Card

Hi all,

I have another Mother’s Day card to share with you today.  Mother’s Day cards always inspire me to take out my flower stamps and play.  

The star of this show are definitely those big red flowers.  I used a strip of patterned paper for the background on some Neena white card stock.

For the flowers I used the Flashy Florals set from My Favorite Things.  These are solid images that layer and are so easy to put together.  I stamped the leaves from the same set and used the coordinating dies.  For the sentiment I used the Sweet Roses set from My Favorite Things as well.  I used a gray ink since I thought a black ink would be too harsh for a feminine card.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Mother’s Day Floral

Hi all,

Hope you all had a wonderful Easter.  Here in New England we’re still waiting for Spring to arrive.  We got about 4 inches of snow yesterday :(.  In the meantime I’m looking for Spring in my craft room, pulling out all of my floral stamp sets to create Mother’s Day cards just like this one.

I started out with the patterned paper from my stash. I just loved the pretty coral/pinkish color.  For the focal I used the Beautiful Blooms stamp and die set from My Favorite Things.  The stamps include beautiful florals to create pretty bouquets.  The dies include a variety of vases you can cut out from whatever paper you like.

I added a bit of shimmer onto the flowers.  For the sentiment I used Lawn Fawn’s Mom & Me stamp set.  It had the perfect sized “Happy Mother’s Day” to fit across the vase.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Easter Bunny Card

Hi all,

With Easter fast approaching I thought I’d share another Easter card with you today.

For this card I created a little scene with the chocolate bunny with his ear bitten off and the little Easter eggs.  I created the grass using a grass border and patterned paper.

For the images I used the Eggstra Special Easter set from LawnFawn and the coordinating dies.  The sentiment comes from the Happy Easter set also from Lawn Fawn.  Finally I embellished with some enamel dots.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Eggstra Special Day Card

Hi all,

I have another Easter themed card to share with you today.

The polka dot papers come from LawnFawn’s Polka Mon Amie collection.

For the images I used Lawn Fawn’s Eggstra Special Easter. I love the images on this set, especially that cute basket.  I colored the images with my copics and used my Wink of Stella shimmer pen to add a bit of shimmer to the bow and the jelly beans.  The sentiment comes from the same stamp set.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

 

 

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Kids Easter Card

Hi all,

It’s a snow day today and Spring is just a few days away.  What better day then to share a bright and cute Easter card.  Maybe it’ll help get the message to Mother Nature that it’s time to bring out the warmer weather and pretty colors.

I started out with Passionate Pink card stock for the card base from Gina K. Designs.  Love, love her card stock.  The patterned paper is from Doodle Bug’s Easter Express collection.  The great thing about Doodle Bug is that they include full sheets of great cut outs that work great as focals for your cards, which is where that adorable image comes from.

For the sentiment I stamped Happy Easter from Lawn Fawn’s Happy Happy Happy stamp set and the Happy Happy Happy add on set.  I used Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide ink.  I love the oxide inks because they’re great not only for typical distress ink techniques but also for stamping sentiments and solid images.  To embellish I added the yellow enamel dots.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

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