Mother's Day is right around the corner. How did that happen?
I punched my way to this card using Marvy punches. I love the layered punch look, and using a monochromatic color scheme keeps the whole card visually simple.
Mom's favorite color is blue. She loves flowers. And sparkle. I think she'll love this card, too.
The strip of glitter is simply a strip of ScorTape with glitter poured on it. So easy, but it grounds the flowers and keeps them from just floating on the card.
My mom doesn't read this blog so her card will be a surprise. She's a real artist, and if she wants a mouse image, she draws or paints a mouse. And it looks like a mouse.
She kept that gene for herself. When I draw mice, they don't look like mice. Moose, maybe. Or moles. Drawn by a very nearsighted elephant with a pen in her trunk.
And that's why I punch and stamp my art.
Why do you punch and stamp your art?
stamps: Hero Arts
paper: PTI white, SU ballet blue, bashful blue
accessories: punches, glue pen, glitter, ScorTape