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Mom's Birthday Card

Hey y'all. I hope you are having a great day today. My mom celebrated her birthday last Saturday. We had a great time at one of our favorite Chinese restaurants, Panda Inn. So delicious!

She is definitely one of my best cheerleaders and she loves my cards. In fact in her house, she has all the cards I have given her up so everyone can see them! That makes me smile! So I had to create an extra special one for her special day. After she opened and enjoyed it, this lady who works at the restaurant walked by and saw the card. She loved it and I did a little networking at dinner! So funny!

Take a look at our night and this lovely mommy card.





Used cream card stock, cream embossed paper, Prima trim w/ rhinestones, Webster's Pages journal card, hand cut flowers with rhinestone used from the trim.

I wish you could see it in person. So sparkling!


Also love this pearlized envelope that matches the card. Gorgeous!

Thanks for looking!

Comments

  1. Great pics of your beautiful Mom. Love the card you made for her. I know she loved it. :)

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  2. lovely card~ I'm sure she loved it~nice work!!!

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  3. Kelly you & your mom are so beautiful!! I love that card!!

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  4. Kelly, I bet your Mother really LOVED her card. Wonderful photos, looks like you had a great time celebrating your Mother's birthday.

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  5. This is beautiful!!!< You and your mom are gorgeous woman. Tell her Happy Birthday.

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  6. That a beautiful card. I bet she loved it.

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  7. Your cards are beautiful, just took a look at your other site, an inspiration and so much talent! Stay blessed, Amanda
    Amanda - Realityarts-Creativity
    Art Blog

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  8. This is a wonderful card any mother would be honored to recieve. You did a terrific job!

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