Mother’s Day cards

Yep, I’m a little late getting these done, but better late than never. Here are a couple of Mother’s Day cards I made this evening.

“Mom” is cut from the Cricut Wild Card cartridge. It’s the doily card and envelope cut at 4.5 inches. The green card stock is from The Paper Company Seaside Fashions value pack and the plaid is from DCWV Mango Frost pad. The dark salmon circle is cut from a scrap of Creative Memories paper that I found in my stash. The squares for the letter are cut from the CM square and “fancy square” shape makers. The latter is retired. The stamps, I think, are Inkadinkadoo, and the ink is Tim Holtz Distress Ink by Ranger in “tea dye.”

“Enjoy Today” is 4.25 x 5.5 (that is, an 8.5 x 11 inch piece of card stock cut in half). The yellow card stock is from a Doodlebug project pack I had. The light salmon floral paper is from a scrap of Creative Memories paper as well. (Both CM papers have long since been retired.) The scalloped edge punch is by EK Success. The stamp is from the dollar bin at Michaels, as is the ink.

Hope you enjoy! Happy Mother’s Day!



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