Friday, 1 March 2013

Mother's Day

Over here in the UK it's Mother's Day next Sunday, I have 2 people to makes for on this occasion My hubby's mum and nanna.

I used KanBan toppers, papers from my stash, flower embellishments, spellbinders dies and Mbossabilities and Marianne dies.

And if your mum is not into flowers and pink, here is one I made as commission on a SteamPunk theme.

The main image is from Kanban as is the backing paper and the cogs, the smaller side images are from Graphic 45 Steampunk Debuntante.

I would like to enter these in the following challenges:


Taniaj said...

Lovely cards and beautiful images,Thanks for joining us at Sincerely Yours ,hugs Txx

Blue Daisy said...

These are gorgeous! Thanks for taking part in the Cupboard Trilogy Challenge!

Tracyx [TCT DT]

Christine L said...

Both gorgeous cards... but of course I love the pink one the most with it's fab pink and lovely retro design.

Thanks for sharing at In The Pink... hope to see you here again soon with another fab pink creation!

Christine x

Zoe said...

Great cards, thanks for joining The Cupboard Trilogy this month, good luck Hun, Zoe DT

xxbella71xx said...

What a Lovely cards. Thank you for joining in with our challenge over at The Cupboard Trilogy Challenge Blog

Stella XX


Pamela said...

Such lovely cards thank you for sharing with sincerely your creations x

Ria Montefalcon said...

Oh what great cards to make for your hubby's Mum and nanna. So glad you played along with us at The Stamping Shack.
xx Ria

Crafty Littler Things said...

Love the cards.. all three of them, which for me is a big thing as Im not that keen on steam punk but I adore this one, it shows its so much more than clocks and cogs hehe, Ive amazed myself by loving it, my Mum would as well, she is like me likes a whoe array of different things. Think I put the one I did on my blog must check. one word fir all three Fantastic xx

lyn clark said...

What beautiful cards I love the vintage images.Thank you for joining in the challenge at the Craftcupboard challenge blog
Lyn Clark DT