Floating Mother’s Day Card

HI everyone 🙂

Sorry I’m late with this post, but the computer and I both had a bit of an argument. It up graded to windows 10 and I had a melt down, as I’m not very tech savvy I had to wait for someone to help me, and that just happened to be my nephew.

So now I’m back up and running again, ready to show you all a lovely new project 🙂

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Well here it is, a Floating Mother’s Day Card.

I first saw this card made by France Martin on her Youtube channel.

I liked this card so much that I added it to my advanced card class. It went down a real treat with the ladies. We used the Loads of Fun C1623 stamp set. That class was all about cards and boxes for young boy.

We also made it in our Friday night workshop at Claremont, and I think that it was a great hit with all the lady’s too.

Here are the measurements and the video:

Card stock: 11′ x 4′

Floating Strip: 11′ x 1′

Score both these @ 2-3/4′ & 5-1/2′

1st matting panel: 3-3/4′ x 2-1/2′

2nd matting panel: 3-1/2′ x 2-1/4′

Front Panel: 2′ x 2′

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Flowers: Cut 3 flowers in Colonial White, 2 @ 1-3/4′ & 1 @ 1-1/2′ from page 29, cut 5 flowers in Eggplant @ 1′ from page 50, cut 5 flowers in Sunset @ 1′ from page 39 and 3 leaves in New England Ivy @ 1-1/2′ from page 43, cut 23 circles @ 1/2′ in Saffron from page 21.

Product used:

Card stock: Canary X5772, Fern X5777, New England Ivy 1282, Eggplant X5774, Colonial White 1388, Sunset X5758, Saffron 5778.

Inks used: Saffron Z2651, Sunset Z2191, Eggplant Z2647, New England Ivy Z2135, Black Z2105

Sponge Daubers Z726

Cricut Art Philosophy Collection Z3171

Fundamental Paper: Adventure Z3125 ( Honey paper)

Stamp sets:  A Day for Mother M1137 and  Wavy Blooms D1651

The stamp set for the stem is no longer available, but you could use the Ruler Z1471 and the Sap Green ShinHan marker Z2463 to achieve the same effect.

I hope that you like this card and give it a go.

So till next time, keep on creating 😉



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