Saturday, April 18, 2015

My Sheri Crafts - Ch. 155 Happy Mother's Day

Welcome to Glenda's Cards!

Today begins a new challenge at My Sheri Crafts. Our design team sister Sandy chose the theme for Challenge 155 Happy Mother's Day - Something Girly. Now if I were making this card for myself, it would be pink and frilly! I am the only one in my family that really likes I chose another color scheme for my Mom.  Papers are from Prima The Second Wind. I think my mother will love this card!

Cricut Cartridges:
Elegant Embellishments - Card is cut 7.87"w 5.50"h. I like the cut out edges on the top layer of the card.
Mother's Day Phrases - Happy Mother's Day is cut 3.50"w 2.65"h. The flowers are also part of the cut.

Now it is your time to play along with us. For more inspiration, please visit My Sheri Crafts to see the pretty projects by the design team and our guest designer. Visit the individual blogs for more details. Remember several Ooh La La awards will be given and one person will be chosen to be our next guest designer.

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  1. So pretty. Love your color scheme.

  2. Very pretty card Glenda! I love the earthy colors. The cut is perfect!

  3. Such a lovely Mother's Day card, Glenda, and I'm sure your Mom will LOVE it and the sweet thought behind it! ;)

  4. Love that Cricut cartridge cut Glenda! You sure are getting such good use out of it! I am sure your Mother will love this card!

  5. Your card is just beautiful Glenda, I'm with you on the pink though, I love pink-all colors of pink. lol But I am really loving your colors you used here too and I bet your mother will adore this card! Hugs, Brenda

  6. Glenda, love your Mothers Day card and I feel sure your Mum will too. I hope she is well on the mend now.

  7. Glenda I love this card! Even though it's not pink and frilly, it's a great color combo~

  8. Glenda, I would have never thought if using warm fall colors for a Mother's Day card, bust somehow, you managed to showcase it beautifully!

  9. Sooo pretty! I love that frame you used, that just really makes the whole card pop out