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Wednesday, 2 October 2013

For My Mom

Hi there, how are you all, well I hope?

My card today was made specially for my Mom's birthday which is today so HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM you are the best. 

I daren't tell you how young she is, she can still clip me around the hearhole!

The image is from Mo Manning and is a digi stamp coloured in with my copics.
I have die cut using a spellbinder, labels  28 which I inked around with antique linen distress ink.  I cut a faux nestie for a mat.  The flower is a die from Xcut, daisy one.  The flourish I cannot remember which company that was from, sorry but I did by it from the Stamphut I think.  The embossing is an embossalicious 8x8 folder from crafters companion.
Thank you for stopping by and for any comments you choose to leave, they mean such a lot to me.  Take care. 


  1. Lovely make...... hope your Mom liked it xxxx

  2. Aww such a lovely card I am sure your mam will love it xx

  3. Just love this card, fab image, brilliantly coloured, I bet your Mum loved it

  4. This is such a great image thank you for sharing with us at Crafty Bloggers Network Facebook page.

    Kelly x

  5. What a lovely card for your Mom's birthday. I love your choice of Mo image, something a bit different. I'm sure your mother was pleased with it.
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  6. Love this image and awesome colouring...bet she loved it.
    From the SDD FB Group Blog Ladder x

  7. Gorgeous,popping in from the SDD FB Group Blog Ladder xxx

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