Sunday 6 March 2016

Spring Fold Mother's Day Card

Today is Mother's Day in the UK, so
Happy Mother's Day 
to all Mums.

Another of my DT projects has been posted on the Fiskarettes UK Facebook page today, together with a tutorial of how to do this fold.   You can find my tutorial HERE. (I hopes the link works - if not I'll add the tutorial on this post.) 

I used three Fiskars flower punches, two Daisy punches and the Intricate Sunflower punch and also the Fiskars Daisy Border punch across the bottom. 

Sadly, I can't give this to my Mum as it's the twenty-eighth year without her, so this card will be going into my box of cards to sell for charity.


  1. Oh I really do like this Liz. What great colours and I love the shape of your card, I've a stencil for one of these cards hidden away somewhere.

  2. Beautiful Liz, and what a great idea to put into a charity box.

    Sue xx

  3. This is so beautiful!! I love the fold and the pretty papers you used!! Happy Mother's Day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  4. Mm the numbers of years passing is mounting, since my mum went to be with. Lord too Liz! Great little stand up card beautifully made. Happy Mothering Sunday,
    Thanks so much for sharing, Shaz in Oz.x

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

  5. A beautiful card. So sorry that you have lost your Mum, today must be difficult for you. Sending hugs, Cara x

  6. Such a fun fold, along with fun papers! Thanks for sharing the tutorial - I need to give that a go!

  7. Love this fun fold! We sure do miss our moms on Mother's Day!

  8. This fold is lovely Liz and I have made one once or twice but a long time ago. I love the paper and the punched flower shapes are great as the main image. My Mum died nearly nineteen years ago and I still miss her but twenty eight years is a long time. x


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