This is my last Mother's Day card for this year and I made it for my daughter's mother-in-law who loves pink so much she did her entire Christmas decorating one year in pink, including the tree! The whole family is getting together over lunch to celebrate all the moms in the family so I'll give it to her then.
When I first decided to make a card for her, I was inspired by the photo in the challenge at Sparkle and Shine and decided that flowers would be a good subject.
I have this delightful Rubber Stampede tulip stamp which I used the other day on a very CAS card but this time I wanted something a bit more detailed. I stamped and heat embossed the tulips in white onto a scrap piece of dp. There's a story behind that scrap. It was a pale, pastel pink and I wanted something deep pink, yet bright. I grabbed some of my pink ProMarkers and colored over the entire piece of dp. The original pattern in the dp still showed through but it was now the deeper shade of pink that I wanted. :-D
I stamped one more tulip onto white CS and colored it with my ProMarkers. I fussy cut just the blossom and offset it slightly on top of one of the embossed tulips. The black lace is from my stash and the little bunting die cuts are from a die set by Spellbinders. I added three sequins in two corners for a bit of sparkle.
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there. :-D Happy Stamping. NanaConnie