This little sweetheart is a Magnolia stamp called Tilda With Flowers in Her Hair. She is supposed to have eggs in her lap but I masked those and added the flowers. My Magnolia stamp collection is very small but I love them and if I don't have what I need I try to alter things just enough to fit the occasion. For the flowers, I used a little stamp by D.O.T.S. (can't even remember what that stands for) that I've had for years. I stamped three clusters together to fill her lap.
This is the negative from the trellis frame that I used on the front of the card. BTW, that trellis came from the Cricut cartridge called Ornamental Iron 2. I've had it for a while but this was the first time I've used it. I had forgotten how much cool stuff this cartridge could do.
Thank You so much for stopping by! More of what I used to make this card is listed below. Please leave a comment by clicking on the comments link below. I would love to hear from you. Don't forget to scroll down a bit to check out my Cupcake Gift Card Holder tutorial. Have a great day and an even better tomorrow!
♥ Laura C.
Challenges I have entered this card in:
Magnolia Stamp Lovers (flowers)
7 Kids Challenge Blog (the color purple)
Craft Your Passion Challenges (shades of green and purple)
Products I used for this project:
stamps: Tilda with flowers in her hair by Magnolia, Tiny flower cluster by D.O.T.S., Mother's Day sentiment by Inkadinkado
inks: Memento, Copic and Distress Inks
paper: Bazzil Basics and Anna Griffin
dies: Sizzix (flowers and large leaves) Cricut (frame)
punch: (small leaves) I believe it might be a McGill