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Mother's Day Shaker Card, and Cricut Design Space Simple Mother's Day Card


Thank you so much for stopping by! You may be here because you were watching my youtube channel, or because you've seen one of my pictures regarding a card or project on Instagram, or Facebook.
Whichever may be the case, I thank you for stopping by,  and here is a small video showing you some of the cards I made for Mother's day. (This post is rather late, but I want to make sure that all of my videos and projects are listed here for reference.) If you have not yet seen it, then following are some pictures and descriptions.


This card began as a Simple Mother's Day Card from the Cricut Design Space Make It Now projects , and I finished it with a small rose doily, a large white doily, some pretty blue birds, and some sequins and twine. The original design looked incomplete when I finished it, so I gave it my own twist! I also added Ranger Liquid Pearls to the birds to accent their details.

I used rolled roses which I made and Martha Stewart flowers in peach.

This card was very easy to make using several dies from my stash, and an Anna Griffin Embossing Folder: Reflected Damask. I used Ranger Distress ink in Abandoned Coral to bring out the embossing in the paper.
I also used a border em bossing folder for the inside of the card. and finished it by layering several dies, a cabochon I made with a mold and painted in Martha Stewart Gold Acrylic paint, and I made it into a shaker using Gold colored Tulle and several sequins and beads.
Here is the video where you can see the results! Thank you for stopping by and be blessed!

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