I’m still working on some Mother’s Day cards for Operation Write Home, and here’s one I came up with using the colors from the current CAS – Colours and Sketches challenge.  I think these are lovely colors for a springtime card. I’ve also been trying to complete some of the OWH Stars and Stamps sketches that I’ve missed.  This card uses sketch #135, which is a great one for clean and simple cards with a few layers.  Although the embroidery floss in the button looks almost black in the photo, it’s a good color match to the Rich Razzleberry ink.  I just can’t leave buttonholes naked!  LOL

My own tulips are not this tall and pretty yet; only about 2″ of foliage is peeking up from the ground.  So I am looking forward to seeing them grow and bloom over the next month.

Thanks for stopping by today!

All supplies for this card are from Stampin’ Up unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Spring Garden, Messages for Mom
Cardstock: Pretty in Pink, Rich Razzleberry, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Rich Razzleberry, Certainly Celery
Other: Pretty in Pink button; embroidery floss (DMC); D’Vine Swirls embossing folder (ProvoCraft)

5 Responses to “tulips for Mother’s Day”

  1. Such lovely tulip and perfect design, really love this card Patricia. Thanks for joining us at CC &S

  2. This is a really beautiful CAS-card. Love all on this superb card, the tulips are gorgeous and the embossing fits very well with them!
    Thank you very much for the nice comment about my card!

    Rosi x

  3. Beautiful Patricia! I love the button and twine embellishment! Thanks for playing with CAS Colours & Sketches!

  4. I love this , those tulips are amazing! Love the embossed panels too. I’ve never thought of a naked button but will not look at a button in the same way again! Thanks for joining us at CAS Colours and Sketches

    Louise xx

  5. Lovely Patricia. You have really risen to the challenge with the colour combo this week. Thank you for joining us at CAS Colours and Sketches xxx

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