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More Cards for Mothers

I have enjoyed making all these Mother's Day cards. I have used Prima's Meadowlark patterned paper collection on all these cards. It have been a fun challenge to see all the different ways I can mix and match these patterns.

We have got several orders and will be busy this week finishing a few more cards and shipping them out. So excited!

Take a look!

Wish you could see this in person. This lavender rhinestone slider is so pretty. I like mixing jewelry type pieces with my crafts.

I really like the green ribbon on this one.

Green glitter paper is so fun to use. Just makes this card a little fancier!

This one has green glitter paper also. Can you see it?

Love using this Prima paper with the sheer leaves, velvet like flower and the bling swirls. So lovely!


  1. I received the card I won and it is just LOVELY, Kelly. So so pretty! thank you so much!

  2. Beautiful! You really do nice work!

  3. These are so soft and pretty! Great job!

  4. Super gorgeous cards. Love the heart.

  5. These are so pretty, Kelly. I love the tulle bow and the rhinestone slider. Any mother would be delighted to receive one of these. You do beautiful work.


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