Mother’s Day Part 2

Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful Moms, Mums, Ma, Me, Mama, Maman!!!

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I was inspired by a pinterest of a kitchen aid mixer shape card! It was so adorable.  I decided to scale mine back a bit and use this beautiful glitter paper pack I have been hoarding for years. Most of the patterned paper is from Martha Stewart circa 2010. lol.  Thank goodness no expiration date on patterned paper.

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I love the background paper (which is from DCWV) but it is hard to see in photographs! For the final touches I added some spring flowers, butterflies, and bling to give it a little more dimension.

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I hope everyone has a wonderful Mother’s Day filled with love and happiness…!!!

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And maybe a cute little cupcake too! xoxo

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Sweetest Wishes!

Ugh! Martha Stewart’s Christmas paper just kills me! It’s so cute.

The paper is so adorable I didn’t want to do anything to it besides stick it on some cardstock! However, I decided to make a little shaker card by cutting out one of the mixing bowls and using a sweet sentiment stamp right underneath it! I considered adding some ribbon and buttons here and there but I just think the patterned paper stands on its own!  Now if only I can buy sheets and sheets of it and save it for Christmas’ to come!

love love love love love this Christmas paper pad!

  • Recipe:  CS from PTI, Martha Stewart Christmas Paper Pad, Sentiment from PTI, Clear CS, beads, glitter stars, Spellbinders.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

Well in some places it’s 90 degrees and others it’s 50 degrees!

My local Michaels had their Martha Stewart Christmas section and I picked up this adorable paper:

I’m excited to make a few holiday cards!

  • Recipe:  CS from PTI, Stamps from Papersmooches, Vellum paper, White Staz-on ink, Martha Stewart Christmas paper, Spellbinders.