Card for my daughter

By | May 5, 2009

Today's post includes a Mother's Day card I made for my daughter Deena who lives in California.  One of the bad things about living so far apart is that I don't get to spend very many holidays with her and her family.

Mother's-Day-card-for-Deena copy

No stamping on this card – not even for the sentiment!  One of the things I like about computer generated sentiments is that you can personalize it as much as you want!

This gorgeous paper is from K&Company.  I found this paper at Michael's when I was in Fort Smith attending Michelle Zindorf's brayer class last month.

Recipe:

  • Stamp:  None – sentiment computer generated
  • Paper:  Very Vanilla, Rose Red, Brenda Walton Designer Paper by K&Company
  • Ink:  None
  • Accessories:  Label 3 Nestabilities, Rose Grosgrain Ribbon, Rich Regal Eyelets

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5 thoughts on “Card for my daughter

  1. Traci

    Gorgeous card! I love that paper you used and how elegant and simple the card is with just the background paper, ribbon and sentiment.
    I understand how hard is is to be seperated from our families during the holidays. I use to live far from my mom and it was hard during the holidays but that made the time we did get to spend together mean so much more. I hope you have a great Mother’s Day!

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  2. Jennifer Schmidt

    It IS gorgeous paper, like a water color painting. This is a lovely Mother’s Day card for your daughter. I have family out of state too, and it is very difficult around any of the holidays.

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  3. Naomi

    Wow, this is amazing!!! I am so loving the way you created your own personalized sentiment. That is something I want to start doing more of. I know she will love it.

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  4. CathyRose

    Love the artsy style to this one. I love K & Co papers too.

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