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More Mother's Day Cards

Well, Mother's Day is over and I had a great time making all the cards we sold. Here are some from the last batch. I love the rhinestone sliders. I have been wanting to use them for months and was so glad to finally get to play with them  Also, the Girl's Paperie patterned paper was so perfect for this holiday. I went back to buy more of it and they were all out. So this is a popular line. Very pretty! Enjoy!

Used Girls Paperie pp, cs, blue ribbon, Martha Stewart punch and rhinstone slider. I love these slides.

Webster's Pages die cut pp, Prima flower, leaves and pearl swirls.

Webster's Pages pp and vellum, Prima butterflies and heat embossed stamp

Girls Paperie pp, rhinestone slider and stamp

Girls Paperie pp, Prima flowers, leaves, pearls, pop dot under sentiment and Martha Stewart punch on edges

Webster's Pages vellum and die cut, paper flowers, vellum with stamped sentiment and pearls

Kaiser Craft pp, ribbon and rhinestone slide

Kaiser Craft pp and frame with sentiment, Prima flower, and Martha Stewart punch

Kaiser Craft pp, Prima flowers, leaves, rhinestone swirls and stamped sentiment


  1. All amazingly gorgeous creations! So pretty Kelly, and feminine.

  2. All of your cards are so pretty :)

  3. Wow...gorgeous cards Kelly. Love the butterflies. :)

  4. Your cards are so beautiful! I saw your post at Margie's blog so I decided to take a peek. I am so glad that I did! It is so nice to meet you, too!

  5. oh, they are so pretty and feminine! Just what any mother would love!

  6. Ooooh these are all so so beautiful!

  7. Kelly: All of your Mother's Day cards are wonderfully terrific. I love the color selection and the embellishments too.


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