Happy Mother's Days: A Floral Card

My momma's favorite color & birthstone are both purple so that's where I went with this Mother's Day card. I wanted something simple and elegant, but with lots of fun layers & die cuts. 

I went ahead and cut my card base, layering pieces, and most of the die cuts. I went with a standard A2 card 1/4” downstep for layering pieces. 
 I wanted to mount some sort of dimensional die cut or embellishment on my 3 squares, and decided on Heartfelt Creations Posy Patch. If your not familiar, these are stamps & coordinating dies. After stamping and die cutting 3 of each desired size, I used a petal roller for dimension.

Put together the little postage stamp embellishments & begin Assembly

Then it was time to decide on a sentiment. I changed the sketch around a few times to compensate for sentiment placement. I ended up going with an embossed title on my go-to die, labels 14. 

Finally, I mounted the card onto its base & its ready to go! 

·Cardstock; Recollections
·Stamps: Hero Arts, Celebrate Everyday
              Heartfelt Creations: Posy Patch
·Dies; Spellbinders: Labels 14, Rounded Squares
          Heartfelt Creations: Posy Patch
          Sizzix: Framelits Squares Scallop
·Punches; Martha Stewart: Name Unknown
·Ink; Tsukineko: Encore Ultimate Purple
·Embossing; American Crafts Zing Purple
·Ribbon; Celebrate It
·Equipment; KellyCraft Laser Level
                   Spellbinders Grand Calibur
                   Silhouette Pick Me Up Stick
                   Heat Gun
·Adhesives; Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
                   Ranger Glossy Accents
                   Scotch Advance Tape Glider




  1. Pretty in purple, love the layering. Thank you so much for playing along with the Spring Flowers Challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog this week :)

  2. Your card is really pretty and i love the purple papers you used for it. I hope you had a wonderful Mother's day and thanks for sharing your card with us on the RRR Challenge this time :)

  3. Great card! Thanks so much for participating in our Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge.