Friday, 1 April 2011

Mother's Day

Oh my, yet another week has flown by with virtually no crafting or blogging for me :0( .......this really does need to change. I have to get more organised and make more play time! At least the Easter hols have nearly arrived :0) With Mother's day just around the corner I have managed a card for my Mum this week. I used the sketch from this weeks Less is More challenge and a fab one it is too. I have flipped the DL card on its side, hope this is allowed. The flower is made using a Sizzix die with several layers. Note to self...... shaping the petals before gluing the layers together will be much easier! Text was done on the PC, I would have preferred to have used a prettier font but as my Mum's sight is not so good these days it needs to be big & bold for her to read it. And here's a close up of the flower and the lovely sparkly ribbon.... Well that's it from me for now, thanks for taking a peek. Have a great weekend! Kaz xx


  1. Your flower is beautiful and your card is stunning,I'm sure your mum will be delighted!
    Thanks again!
    "Less is More"

  2. Wow what a beautiful card! That flower is absolutely stunning. Hugs, Claire x

  3. Hi Kaz
    This is just beautiful
    I use my daisy die so much, I LOVE it, you have used to to perfection!
    Thanks for entering, great to see you
    "Less is More"

  4. the flower is absolut great


  5. WOW! This is fabulous, what a stunning flower. I will have to look out for this die, I'm sure it will get a lot of use. Love Sheila (Cyprus)

  6. Love this. I'm going to have to look for that sizzix die now.

  7. Wow Kaz that flower is just delish!! Love it and I'm sure your mum will too!
    Pauline x

  8. Gorgeous hunny! love that Flower its HUGE! so lush! hugs Samantha :0)

  9. Hi Kaz

    This is just stunning.

    Love it!!

    I have this die but have never used so many layers .. .. thank you for the inspiration the flower looks almost real!!

    Love Jules xx

  10. Stunning card and that flower is a great success, it's not just the amount of layers but your lovely choice of colours to layer it that works so well!
    Diane x
    (Thanks for popping by my blog and your lovely comment)


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