Monday, 14 May 2012

Some Mother's Day Cards


I hope all the mum's out in blogland had a wonderful Mother's Day yesterday.  I had a fabulous day with my family.  My children and husband showered me with some handmade gifts and a couple of books followed by pancakes for breakfast and a yummy lunch at a local hotel.  I didn't need to eat tea that night!  I had a lovely day and felt very loved and appreciated all day.  I hope you did too!

So I was going through my 'To Blog' folder on my computer and noticed two Mother's Day cards I'd made with my support group that I hadn't shown you.  I go to this support group most Mondays.  It's for parents of children with special needs and I love going.  I have made and strengthened many friendships in the group as we all have a common bond.  Twice a term I teach cardmaking or scrapbooking to the group.  Last term the group wanted to make Mother's Day cards, so this is what we made.

This card was a CASE, but I can't find the original link now - I made it so long ago!  If you know where I should credit the design, please let me know!  I love the monochromatic look of this card.

Some nice and simple stamping for the inside.

I can't remember if this is a CASE or not! I used some of the lovely but retired Sweet and Sour Speciality DSP on the card.

Some more hearts on the inside.  Mum's love to be loved!

Bye for now,



  1. Really love the designs of these cards and how you could do them with so many different stamp sets. Sounds like a lovely way to spend Mothers' Day. x

  2. Sounds like you had a perfect Mothers day Tina. 2 lovely cards, but l am a little partial to your Razzleberry monochromatic card, very pretty indeed..:0)


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