Happy Easter! I hope you are having a nice day. We got some snow this morning but thankfully it didn’t last. The girls opened their Easter baskets and now we are waiting for dinner to cook. The sun is now shining, even though it is very cold today.
I have another Mother’s Day card to share. This one features a little boy dressed in a top hat and tails with a bouquet of flowers for his mom.
I stamped the image with memento tuxedo black ink and colored it with alcohol markers. I then stamped the sentiment in the top left corner. I cut the image with a die from MFT and layered it with adhesive foam sheets. I added some enamel hearts. I used some floral paper from Carta Bella and layered all the pieces. I hope you like it.
We are having another beautiful day today. I pulled out my patio set on the deck and its been nice to sit out in the sun, even though its not super warm yet. The trees are starting to bloom and the birds are chirping so loudly! Even our resident woodpecker is back, pecking holes in the beams on our deck! We’ve had ducks in our yard and the snakes have even been seen a couple of times, though its still kind of cold for them. We have a canal that runs behind our yard and so we get lots of ducks and birds that like to be around there. There is also a walking trail along side the canal so we see people jogging or walking frequently. Our little dog likes to run from one side of the yard to the other, checking everyone out.
So Mother’s Day is coming up next month. I decided its time to work on some cards for my shop. I found a few cute digital stamps on Etsy that I will be using over the next few days.
This one is adorable. A little girl holding a bouquet of flowers for her mom.
I downloaded the stamp and printed it out on some Neenah bright white 65lb cardstock. I just use my inkjet printer and I haven’t had any issues using alcohol markers with the ink or the paper. I colored the image with alcohol markers and then stamped the sentiment in the top left corner. I die cut the image and then used some adhesive backed foam sheets to give it some dimension. For the backing I used some paper from Bo Bunny and framed that with some purple cardstock. I added a paper doily to add some interest. I used some distress oxide ink to shade the panel the image is on and adhered all of it together. I then added a couple of enamel hearts from Doodle Bug.