Wednesday, 20 February 2013
I recently got a new Vintage Verses stamp set and included in the messages was one that reads
"Wishing you a day as perfect as you are..."
When I started to consider how I might use that particular sentiment (perfection is pretty rare after all) Mum, was the word that immediately sprang to mind. As this Mother's day card was born, using the perfect as you sentiment as a focal point..
This card is a shortfall design - which basically means the front of the card is not as wide as the back of the card, allowing some of the internal design to be visible even when the card is closed.
The second picture shows the inside of the card when fully opened. There is an option for a private message tag to be included - this would slip into an open pocket on the inside panel.
There will be more Mother's Day designs coming in the next week or so. If you have something specific in mind for a card to send on Mother's Day to someone you love, then please do get in touch.
Until next time, take care
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