I've been following Amy Rysvy on Youtube for the last couple years. She is doing a Mother's Day Card series right now and I was inspired to make one of my own.
Decided to go into my stash and make this card today. Surprisingly it just seemed to flow. There wasn't much guess work here. The papers were super fantastic. I just seem to have all the right ideas, and embellishments. That happens from time to time and other times I struggle to get it just right. Today everything seemed to fall into place. Don't you love it when that happens?!
I found an old Artsy Addicts kit from Marion in my stash and decided to use the papers from the kit for this card. I so miss the Artsy Addicts kit club.
Now that I see this picture I may just go back and add a few pearls and/or bling over on the right where the flower bouquet is. That will finish it off quite nicely, I think.
One thing I did do was use different sizes of dimensional adhesive to make the corders of my layers stick up. I used thinner dimensional adhesive on the bottom corners and thicker dimensional adhesive on the upper outer corners. And I die cut the Mom sentiment using my silhouette cameo and my favorite script font. Easy as pie!
I also scored my vellum so that it would camouflage the adhesive strip used to adhere it to the card.
See you all on Sunday for this weeks Simple Sunday Card.