Mother's Day Card

A couple of weeks ago, and I went to a workshop and made a Mother's Day card. It was a lovely card, with little pearls and lace, and I knew as I made it, I could never send it to my mother. My mother would know it was a generic card, just like everyone else's. I had to make one with my own stuff, and in the best case scenario, with stuff she gave me. Here is the card I sent her:

The card is purple because she gave me a large supply of Purple Bazzil cardstock, and I felt I needed to use it. The patterned paper is from a K&Co set that I split with her. The little crown is grungeboard painted with Silver leafing pen, and yes, that is a little tag peeking out from behind the focal image - I saw this idea in a challenge sketch, but I don't remember whose challenge (if you know, please help me out!). There is a little message on the tag, nothing too mysterious. There is a lot of doodling and glittery stuff - both things that my mom likes.

I'm pretty sure she will know I made it just for her.

Juliet Arrighi


Vicky said...

what a pretty purple card...I love how you made the crown . and the tag is a nice addition..

Chris said...

Yup, it's a good card for your mom!

Shelly Schmidt said...

You Mom is very lucky to have such a talented daughter! Love your card!

Cheryl said...

Really great card (love the grunge crown) and, yes, it really does look like you made it just for your Mom.