Monday, April 19, 2010

Mother's Day Card

I was playing with the flowers I had made here and decided to try them in vellum. I liked the way it turned out so decided to use it for a Mother's Day card. (Apologies for the photo quality, it was taken late in the day.)

I sponged the edges of the vellum scallop circles with Rich Razzleberry. I added the flower to a Top Note cut using the Big Shot from Whisper White cardstock and embossed using the polka dot embossing folder on the lower half.

I can't believe I actually have my Mother's Day card made well before Mother's Day.

On another note, I had so much fun this afternoon catching up with my card making buddy - thanks Debbie, check out her gorgeous work here.


  1. YAY - I got to see this IRL - and it's FABULOUS! The flower is gorgeous and looks soo soft and delicate yet has real substance. Had soooo much fun today - many thanx for your hospitality and kind words!

  2. Beautiful creation Alison, LOOOOOVE the colour lol and your flower is wonderful, loved your pinks ones but this is just gorgeous! Sounds like you girls had lots of crafting fun, take careX:)

  3. This is just beautiful.


  4. Such a beautiful elegant in those colours too. Your Mum will love it!

  5. Hi Allison - This is a stunning card. I just found your blog and I really do enjoy your stamping art and because it brings so much sunshine into my life, I am sharing the Sunshine award with you. The details are on my blog which is Thanks for blessing my life with your work of heart. :)


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