Sunday, May 13, 2012

Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day! I was treated to breakfast in bed this morning...Frosted Mini-Wheats, strawberries and a darling little rose cut from our rose bush out back...all served on a Wii weigh scale (apparently I don't own any trays. :) Now that my appetite has been satisfied, I've gone ahead and satisfied my crafty appetite with a card made for this week's Featured Stamper challenge over at Splitcoast. I chose this card here by Tracy MacDonald (aka TracyMac):

I used a beautifully scripted stamp I received from Della at  I Brake For Stamps called Nature. It fit perfectly with the elegance of the silk and the nature theme of the background paper. If you're interested in stamps from Della's store, enter Save10Andrea and you'll get 10% off of your purchase. The bow is 1.5" Champagne Silk Ribbon from the Ribbon Carousel. I folded a length in half and draped it over the Doily Lace panel, then made the bow and attached it to the ribbon. (That's the way you get it to stay straight.) I added a sweet vintage rose, which was inspired by Tracy's card, Vintage Roses. I kept the color scheme the same and included the rose and pearls. I changed up the theme from hers and I omitted the image.
Before I go, the Ribbon Carousel is having a sale through Monday, May 14th in honor of Mother's Day! Why not treat yourself to something YOU really want, yes?


Have a wonderful day and thanks for visiting!



Stamps: Nature (I Brake For Stamps)
Paper: Alamanac dp (Prima), Black, Crumb Cake
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: 1.5" Champagne Silk Ribbon (Ribbon Carousel), PE-02CB-101(Dots (Pearl)- White (0.3 cm, 0.5 cm & 0.8 cm) Zva Creative, Lattice Rectangles, Oval Nestability (Spellbinders), paper distresser, Platinum Liquid Pearls (Ranger), dimensionals, Doily Lace border punch (Martha Stewart), silk flower (A.C. Moore), black net & silver pearl stamens (Michael's wedding section)
Size: 5 1/2" square

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14 comments:

  1. Kids are creative and make it work with what they can find - love it :) Lovely card as always. Happy Mother's Day to you ((hugs))

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  2. Gorgeous!! Wii tray works perfectly...they're creative like their momma!! Hope you had a wonderful day!! Love the papers and that bow is "to die for"!!

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  3. Happy Mother's day Andrea, love this pretty card!

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  4. Happy Mothers Day, hope you have had a lovely day.
    gorgeous card and the splash of peach is wonderful.
    I don't know if you have noticed but the Challenge on my blog for a bookmark has been extended to the 24th May to allow others to participate. I hope you will be able to also.
    Hugs Linda

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  5. Stunning card! Lovely background and fabulous bow! Take care and glad you had a wonderful Mother's Day!

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  6. What a sweet gesture to have your kids serve you breakfast in bed! Love their creative "tray" - lol! Your card is stunning! Love your romantic, feminine style of cardmaking!

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  7. Beautifully done Andrea!
    sandy

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  8. Your breakfast sounds so sweet and so cute! Your card absolutely beautiful! Have a great day!

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  9. What a beautiful card!! Breakfast in bed sounds wonderful....

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  10. GOOOOOOOOORGEOUS! Love that ribbon and bow! And I LOVE the papers with black! AMAZING:)

    Happy Mother's Day!! Breakfast in bed--I would love that:)

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  11. Beautiful card! I love everything about it - the paper, color combo and that bow/ribbon is amazing!

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  12. FABULOUS use of the Doily Lace border punch, Andrea. I love everything about this card!

    How adorable that your creative family used a Wii scale as a tray! Hope you enjoyed your MOm's Day. :)

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