For Mom's Everywhere

Good Morning Cheery Lynn fans, Donna here with a Mother's Day card, even though we celebrate Mother's Day in the Uk in March, I decided to make one for this week's challenge.

I've used an image from LOTV, colored with Copics, and cut out with the oval classic Lg Silver stackers, I then drew the false stitching using the edge of the die to make perfect lines. I then cut out a larger circle using the Oval Classic Large Stackers. The largest square cut out of Kraft cardstock was done using the Mini Pearl Square. All other matting was created using the square classic and scalloped Lg Stackers. Flowers are the new Shasta Daisy Strip, and the Embellishment #1 die. Foliage is the ivy strip and the centre piece from the Victorian Garden Doily Frame., I've also used the Princess Tree at the top of my card. The gauze border across the centre is another one of the new releases.
I made the sentiment spelling out Mom using a alpha stamp set from Whimsy and the Tags 4 set. Papers are from Bearly Mine, pearls from my stash. The card is 8x8.

List of Dies Used

Thanks for looking and have a great day


  1. Beautiful card. I so love the Cheery Lynn dies as they cut perfect & you have used some of my favorites. After seeing your wonderful flowers I can't wait to get the Shasta Strip ... Love this sweet image so beautifully colored & those cute little tags.
    Hugs, Janie

  2. Very pretty!! I love the image! Love the Shasta Daisy and the Gauze Border! Beautiful!!

  3. So cute. Like all the extra die things. Edna

  4. Awww...what a sweet beautiful heart-warming card!! Love your layout and colours too!! AWESOME!!

  5. Donna, this is just so cute! I love that paper and your flowers are amazing. Great coloring on those cute little critters. Fabulous card.

  6. Donna this is beyond cute! I always love all the elements you incorporate in your work. Fantastic job my friend! Hugs xx


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