Mom, you are turtley awesome by Noga Shefer

April 09, 2021 1 Comment

Mom, you are turtley awesome by Noga Shefer


Hi crafty friends,  Noga  here and I am so happy to share with you another project for Gerda Steiner Designs today.



To make this card I took a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock and cut a slimline card- 8.5X3.5 inches.

The background was created by blending old paper distress oxide ink,I spired some water onto it and soaked it up with paper towel.

Next I colored the sweet images using copic markers. I glued it to my panel with foam tape for dimension.

I die cut  the word "Mom" 3 times using Mom script die to make this card a Mother's Day card.

Next I stamped a greeting from the stamp set using black ink.

To finish off, I added a white scallop frame.


I hope you enjoy the card I created and feel inspired to create!

Thanks for stopping by,








1 Response

Donna
Donna

April 17, 2021

Love your turtle Mom card! It is awesome! I would never have thought to use them for Mothers day! Thank you!

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