Saturday, May 5, 2018

Butterfly Mother's Day Cards!

Well here we go again today - 
I warned you yesterday that this week would
be loaded with Mother's Day cards.

Here is the first one, 
It was made specially for a friends mom.
 She wanted a butterfly, 
but for one of  my besties one wouldn't do!!

 I love the cool calm colour palete.

 3 of the butterflies are floating 
attached to thick acetate.

 The back has a frame - 
to enter her sentiments.

 Here is the card closed.
I love to make sure that 
it is a great scene as the card
 comes out of the envelope.

Card number 2 is a beautiful blue butterfly.
 I love the way this adds to the delicate background paper.
I love the border & I love the layered happy die.

Same Card, different paper.
I just changed the sentiment to silver
& added rhinestones.
 This card has a layered blue cut underneath.







There are the products I used:

Lawn Fawn :
Pop-Up Box Card
Happy Happy Happy stamp & die
grass die
fluffy cloud die

Stampin Up :


Tim Holtz / Stampers Anonymous
Limitations Butterfly stamp 

The Challenges that I would like to enter are:
please click their links to play along


 Creative with Stamps - Mother

Thanks for stopping in 





4 comments:

  1. My gosh, these are all so stunning!! The box card is beautiful!! I love the gorgeous butterflies on the other cards!! The colors are fabulous!! Love them all!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  2. Your cards are so pretty.
    I love the butterflies and how you coloured them up...so beautiful

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  3. OMWORD!!! They are ALL so GORGEOUS!! I LOVE all the beautiful butterflies and the gold/Silver embossing just makes the sentiment POP with beauty!! These are really fantastic Lesli!! All those Mom's out there are gonna enjoy getting these cards!!

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  4. WOW. All these beautiful butterflies. Your coloring is fantastic! Thanks again for joining us at Creative With Stamps this month. Dorlene DT CWS

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