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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Happy Mother's Day

Hi Guys

Well better late than never.  I am late posting this because I forgot to take a photo before I gave it to my mum but then she brought it round and I have taken photos.

I have made it using the Vintage Wallpaper DSP and the Build a Blossom stamp set with the greeting from Occassional Greetings.  I have stamped the build a blossom in Cherry Cobbler as this is a favourite of my mums and layered it up topping it with an Old Olive button.  The greeting has been stamped with Cherry Cobbler again on Very Vanilla.  I have done the corners with the circle punch from the itty bitty punch set and accented with pearls

Just so you can see the dimension on the flower.  These have been curled with a bone folder and they have kept their shape.

Because of the dimension I had to make a box for it.  To decorate the box I use the Petite Petals wheel in Rose Red ink.  I had three petals left over and added them to a tag.  I put some Pear Pizzazz ribbon around the box.  I told my mum that when she had finished with the box I would have the ribbon back LOL.

Well I hope you like and until next time

Happy Crafting

Emma xx


  1. Gorgeous Emma,not you the card lol. i just love the flower and i'm sure your mum was thrilled, luv Georginax

  2. Emma I bet your mum was over the moon with this card - it's beautiful - and I've just discovered my next wheel purchase those little flowers are just gorgeous !!! - Bridgette xxx

  3. Im a bit late posting on this, work i'm afraid. I know that i am biased but this is the best mothers day card that i have seen and i loved receiving it. Thanks Emma xx


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