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An Ode to Mothers | Scrapbooking Card

This is a beautiful card made in memory of my beloved Mom ….

So many things of Mom I miss. Her gentle hug and tender kiss. I still can feel her warm embrace. and yet picture her loving face. A Mothers’ work is never done and Heaven must of needed one for angels’s came and took her hand and led her to GOD’s promised land. She surely kept quite busy there brushing little Angels’ hair. Although there’s sadness, this I know. She’s waiting there, her face aglow I close my eyes and I can see her arms still open wide for me.

I love and miss you Mom….Author Unknown.


This project is made for the April month challenge Colour it up of Papericious. Following is the link

Scrapbooking Card

Memories are timeless treasures of the heart caprtured in this Scrapbooking card.

The Materials used from Papericoius are Grey Bloom Papericious Premium Edition for the base. Adhered the Handcrafted Flowers using Rajni Chawla’s Crystal Clear – Papericious and Rajni Chawla’s Frosting Powder – Papericious.

Designed the cards with Card Stocks and using the Majestic Swirl frames dies from Heartfelt creations and Spellbinders. The Handcrafted flowers are designed using Iris Paper, Satin Ribbons from IVY Creations and Wooden Emblishments from Iraft.

The sides of the card are distressed with Timholtz Shabby Shutters Distress inks.

The sentiment used are from Pollen and bee’s.

I hope you liked this project , would love to know your feedbacks in the comments section below. I also cater to orders for customized handcrafted gifts for themes of your choice. Feel free to contact me to know more

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