Beautiful Inspiring Cards to make for Mother’s Day

Posted in Let's Get Creative
on April 17, 2017
Mother's Day Card Closeup

Do you remember as a child how you would make a card in school for your mom for mother’s day? My mother still has a finger paint card I made her when I was in the 3rd grade.  My finger prints made the petals on each flower. She says it’s her favorite because I made it. I still make my mom a Mother’s Day card each year. However, now I use decorative paper and stamps to create it.  And I have the perfect stamp set for you so you can make one too.

It’s called the Succulent Garden Suite and it is my absolute favorite collection right now and the stamps are on SALE until supplies last! It allows you to stamp and cut out succulents and cut out shapes to make larger succulents. It has a Happy Mother’s Day sentiment and the soft pastel designer series paper is perfect for creating a Mother’s Day card that she will treasure forever.

Here are three different cards I made with the Oh So Succulent Suite collections.

 

To make these cards I have listed the supplies I uses below. Just click on the image of the supplies you need and it will take you to my shop.  Happy Stampin’!
Product List

Remember, always do more of what makes you happy!

 

 

 

 

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three cards from the Paper Pumkin April 2017 kit

2 Comments

  • Teresa Kindred

    These are beautiful! Just wish my mom was still here to send them too. Lost her in in 1990 to colon cancer. She was only 51. Come link up with me at http://nanahood.com/easter-bunny-tales Your cards are beautiful!

    April 18, 2017 at 8:52 am Reply
    • Kristina Rees

      Teresa, I’m sorry to hear that about your mother. Yes I’d love to link up with you. Thank you for the invite.

      April 18, 2017 at 5:42 pm Reply

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