Alright, the count down to Mother’s Day is on! Here is another card we made during our Mother’s Day card class but the nice thing is, you could use it any time of the year!
Can I just say, I can’t believe how long it took me to realize what a great combo Blushing Bride and Rich Razzleberry are! Sigh, of course I discover this right as Blushing Bride is retiring. Oh well.
This card was also an excuse for me to use the library clips I’ve been holding onto for a while and are retiring as well. In fact, this card’s whole concept came from me wanting to use the clip to hold a couple pieces of cardstock as the focal point of the card… I just worked out from there.
We did some stamping with Versamark (the flourish to the right of the torn edges), heat embossing (the white sentiment words), and fussy cutting to make this card.
And in the end, I finally got around to remembering to decorate my envelope. I stamped on the outside and lined the inside with matching Rich Razzleberry designer paper. Don’t you just LOVE how a lined envelope looks?
And of course, this is also one of my goodbyes to Vintage Vogue as well. Definitely one of my favorite “vintage” sets. So, I will probably use this card for a Grandma but can see making this design again later in the year for birthdays or thinking of you cards. What would you use this card for?
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Vintage Vogue Mother’s Day Card Recipe:
Stamps: Vintage Vogue, Fabulous Phrases
Ink: Versamark, Blushing Bride, Basic Black
Paper: River Rock cardstock, Rich Razzleberry CS, Blushing Bride CS, Whisper White CS, Brights Designer Series Paper Pack
Accessories: Clips assortmant pack, white embossing powder, heat gun, basic rhinestones, stampin’ dimensionals