Mother’s Day Card

Valentyna, #Flourishtina.comHello!
It’s Monday again and it means brand new challenge starts at BBTB2 blog. For this time Caroline asked us to think about our amazing mothers and made a card for Mother’s Day. Quite a while I just couldn’t start doing this card. My mom lives across the ocean and I miss her so much, that I just had no mojo to make something. The card happens to be very simple, but delicate though. As always I made a strange decision to use Holiday Cakes cartridge :). I really loved this beautiful swirled flowers and went with pink and gray color palette this time again.
I use stenciling technique this time again – with Simon Says Dots stencil and Holtz Distress Spun Sugar ink. I cut the flower from gray and pink paper and put them together. For the special touch, I glued Martha Stewart micro beads inside of some flowers.
IMG_3278For this card I used sketch from Case This Sketch, just changed the sentiment place – put it into bottom right corner.
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Thank you for stopping by today!
Hope to see you soon!
Valentyna

5 thoughts on “Mother’s Day Card

  1. Kelly Plamondon says:

    Valentyna this card is absolutely lovely! You crack me up though – you say this card is “simple”. No way girlfriend! There are so many techniques you used on this amazing card! I am sorry to hear you are so far away from your Mother. But remember, a Mother’s love is deeper than the ocean. Happy crafting!
    ~DT Kelly

  2. Caroline says:

    I love the background that you created for your card! The flower image is so pretty and such a wonderful choice. I love the beads in the center of the flowers.

  3. Maureen says:

    What a beautiful card, yes simple, but gorgeous. I hope making this card made you think of good time with your family and mom. Happy Mother’s Day

    Maureen

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