My dear daughter-in-law will be enjoying her first Mother's Day this year,
and I wanted to tell her what a wonderful job she is doing.
As a full-time teacher and working mom, she is juggling all life throws at her quite well,
and a few words of encouragement and congratulations are certainly due her.
Since I will be entering this in the FCCB challenge "Save the Earth" this week,
I am starting out by recycling this take-out bag from Red Lobster.
All of the image cuts are from Garden Soup.
I love to use a garden theme when making springtime projects.
I have added a coordinating card that I made from the Damask Decor cart.
The images on this cartridge are amazing, and I am trying to use it more in my designs.
This shaped card is very unique and I just love the matching shape
that was used for the background.
I embossed the card base before adding the background image.
The flower is made of scalloped circles and the flower image on top of
a quirky set of leaves.
After adding a butterfly embellishment that I found in my stash of items,
I added some jewels, brown ribbon, and a button with baker's twine to finish off the front.
The inside looks cool with the embossing, ribbon, and white button.
Matting, card sentiment, and a personal message finish off the inside
of this card.
I am so pleased with this project and am sure my dear SDIL will enjoy it too.
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Happy Mother's Day!