Tuesday, 4 February 2014

mothers day cards


Good morning, crafty blog friends and visitors,
Sunshine but really chilly here today.

I have made FOUR of these card designs, two in aqua & two in rose pink colours, design I have made before, one of these cards is for a order in the design, so thought I would make them all the same, bit feed up of all the die cutting, gluing and inking...LOL.





 items used
memory box.
Cherise label & tiffany frame  here
Rivera corner  here
pippi & isabella butterfly  here 
fabulous phlox & norrland flowers  here
spellbinder grand labels one & decorative labels one here
cherry lynn mini pearl french flair doily die.
Adirondack & distress ink pads here 
sizzix embossing folder
mix of stamp & kanban butterfly stamp.


thank you for calling by and any comments you care to leave. pam

18 comments:

Crafty Lark said...

Beautiful cards Pam, you must have had loads of patience with those delightful but fragile die cuts. xx Flora

Wendy L said...

So beautiful Pam. xxx

Patricia said...

Pam, these are beautiful such wonderful use of your Dies
Hugs

Patricia xx

Julieanne..aka pinkjools said...

Hi Pam, Beautiful cards...gorgeous colours...Joolsx

Sue said...

Stunning cards Pam. Your designs are gorgeous and the delicate colours are so beautiful.
Sue xx

cuilliesocks said...

Gorgeous designs Pam, so very elegant and stylish, Kate x

Donna Ellis said...

These are amazing, Pam! So elegant and feminine - you have such a way of combining different dies to make something absolutely original and magnificent. hugs, de

Linda Simpson said...

WOW these are stunning! Any mum who receives one of these will be over the moon!

Hugs
Linda xxx

Crafty Moone Cards said...

These are so beautiful Pam.
Sue x

Shirley Terretta said...

Hi Pam,

As always, soooo beautiful. Really love them both. Thank you.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxx

aussie aNNie said...

Stunningly gorgeous Pam, they are both so pretty but also meaningful...love them both.xx

Karen B said...

Gorgeous cards Pam and well done for making four! I rarely make two cards the same but have been thinking about doing that with my Christmas cards.....I suppose while you have everything out you might as well!

Karen x

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Pam, These cards are stunning, I can see how much work has gone into these four cards, but the outcome is stunning.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Pam,
Fabulous cards, well worth the effort, must have taken an age to cut those delicate die cuts.
Lydia
X

Stamps and Paper said...

Very pretty cards Pam, fabulous dies

Anne

Pollard Carole said...

These are so lovely the design is gorgeous so can see why you used it again but all that work making four amazing. The flowers are stunning and the cards are truly beautiful . Love and Happy Crafting Carole x

Joanne said...

Pam, these are stunning! I think this style would make a wonderful 50th or other special anniversary card. I am going to get started on the 5 I need to make for friends celebrating this summer. Take my time cutting and then gluing...LOL

Chrissys for Cards said...

Beautiful work.

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