Mother’s Day Card with Embellished Raveled Rose Trim & Foil!

Hi friends! Today we will make this sweet, yet simple card!

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I apologize to viewers in other parts of the work who already celebrated Mother’s Day, in America it’s in May. You can always change up the sentiment for a birthday or other occasion card:)

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Supplies:

Directions:

  1. Make a 5”x7” card from heavyweight rose patterned cardstock. Cut a 2” strip of white card, and a 2.5” strip of red.
  2. Stamp happy birthday on the white strip and embellish with stamped poppies.
  3. Adhere the white to the red strip and trim to fit across your card.
  4. Use double-sided tape to apply pink foil to your stamped panel. Trace the sentiment with a glue pen, let dry and press on green foil.
  5. Stamp Sentiment inside card and embellish with rose and leave stamps.
  6. Adhere rose ribbon to front of card and glue rhinestones in the rose ribbon centers.

I hope you try this fun card and till next time happy crafting!

 

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