As a mom, I have to say some of the best presents are homemade. I love it when my daughters take the time to make me something. I’d rather they not spend money on me. This Mother’s Day Card is one with a few steps but it isn’t difficult to make. I think any mother would appreciate a handmade card.
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- White card stock
- Personal cutting machine (Cricut Maker)
- Patterned scrapbooking paper (small pattern)
- Rinea – red foil
- Adhesive (ScraPerfect the Best Glue Ever)
- Card SVG file [free svg]
Using the free SVG file listed above, cut the white card stock with your personal cutting machine.
I am using a Cricut Maker. I set the red line to score and added the scoring tool.
This card is made from three parts, the cut cardstock,
the polka dot card stock cut just shy of 6″ x 8″,
and a piece of Rinea red foil paper 4″ x 2.25″.
I used the Best Glue Ever to attach all the layers.
I applied glue around the word Mom and around the outer edge of the Rinea foil paper.
The back of the red foil paper is gold.
Hopefully, you can get a sense of the luminous red foil from the above photo.
Using the same process, I attached the polka-dotted scrapbooking paper.
The paper I chose had a white back, making the inside of the card ready for a special message.
The folded size is 6″ x 4″.