It’s time to start making those wonderfully fun and floral cards for all the special mothers in our lives.

For this card I let the patterned paper do most of the work!  Love these yellow and black blooms.  A Copic  was used to color the primas on the stamped flowers.  Pearls dot the centers.  All the stamped images are popped up on foam tape including the black stamped frame and sentiment strip.  What fun!

Happy Spring!   Happy Mother’s Day!   Happy Crafting!

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Challenges:

Love To Craft LTCCB#57 – April Anything Goes

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge – April 2021 Use Patterned Paper

613 Avenue Create April 2021 Challenge #4 – Anything Goes w/Twist: In the Garden

A Place To Start April 2021 Challenge #4 – Anything Goes / Make It Elegant

The Sisterhood of Crafters – Mellow Yellow

Modsquad Challenge Blog – Flowers: Spring has Sprung

Watercooler Wednesday Challenge – WWC314: All About Occasions

Inkspirational Challenges Challenge 237 – Taxi Picture

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Stamps: SU “Framed For You”; PTI “Keep It Simple: Mother”

Papers: PTI Vintage Cream; Authentique “Classique: Beauty” Designer Paper

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; SU So Saffron; Copics: 

Accessories: Primas; Pearls; Washi; Linen Thread; Martha Stewart Border Punch; Unbranded Dies

Here is a quick and easy gift card holder design.  I’ve made these for Christmas giving, but a birthday or other occasion sentiment could just as easily be stamped and different patterned papers used.

Speaking of stamping, one of my most favorite stamping tools is my Stamparatus.  The sentiment on all of these cards had to be positioned only one time.  I could then stamp all the cards so fast and so easily with perfectly aligned/straight sentiments.  I’m not a Stampin’ Up demonstrator any more, but I still recommend this tool.  Love it!

A metal tab holds the card closed.  To open the card, just turn the tab.

Here’s a template if you want to give it try.

Oh and if you do decide to make this card holder design, be sure to attached the brad and tab before taping the sides of the card holder pocket.  (Believe me as I speak from experience, it’s much harder to put on the brad after the sides have been taped!)

Happy Crafting!
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Challenges:

Splitcoaststampers FS740

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper April Challenge: Use Patterned Paper

Love to Craft LTCCB #57: April Anything Goes

Merry Little Christmas MLCCB#33 – April Anything Christmas Goes

Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge #402 – Christmas

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Stamps: PTI “Tree Trimming Trio”

Papers: PTI Select White and Enchanted Evening; BoBunny “Powder Mountain” Designer Paper

Inks: SU Night of Navy

Accessories:  Metal Photo Corners and Brads

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Every once in awhile I just have to make a card with lots of layers and lots of patterned paper.  Today was such a day!

The butterfly and the popped up layers add some dimension.

It’s hard to see in the above pictures, but the black layer was embossed for even more texture.

So many layers + So much patterned paper = So much fun!! 

Happy Crafting!
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Challenges:

Splitcoaststampers CC838: Black/White/Gray + One Other Color

Simon Says Monday Challenge: Layer It

Simon Says Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper April Challenge: Use Patterned Paper

Little Red Wagon Challenge #595: Happy Birthday

Pearly Sparkles Challenge #61: Animals, Birds and/or Insects

Love to Craft LTCCB #57: April Anything Goes

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Stamps: PTI “Keep It Simple: Birthday III”

Papers: PTI Select White, Harvest Gold and True Black; Authentique “Classique: Beauty” Designer Paper

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: Pearls; SU “Square Lattice” Embossing Folder and “Butterfly Beauty” Dies; Stitched Rectangle Frame Dies

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