Wednesday, May 5, 2010

~~ Happy Mother's Day ~~

Good morning Y'all !! I started to go dig in my stash for a Mother's day card that I made last year, but then decided I had to make a new one. The flower,from the Paisley cart,is cut out in chipboard and covered, using Nana's Nursery paper.The corners are cut from Jasmine, using the shadow feature. I was fiddlin around with the Martha Stewart deep punch and didn't really like the effect so I cut small circles from the rose colored paper and slipped them behind the flowers and used green to adhere behind the leaves. I like the look!! Thanks so much for stoppin by and I hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day !!!!!


Sandy from Ukiah

Joy it turned out so pretty. I hope you are feeling better. hugs


Love all the colors! Beautiful!!! Hope all is well with you and that you are feeling better. :)


I like the look also! I know what you mean about the punches, they sometime need that background to bring out the detailing.
thanks for sharing.
Carol <><


Oh, Joy, this is SO PRETTY! I love the colors and I like how you added the color paper behind the punch outs... great idea!


Beautiful Joy! Love what you did with that punch. Pretty pretty! xxD


wow this is fantastic joy. i too like the added color behind the punch and of course love those jasmine corners :)

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