Scrapbooking as much as possible, but sometimes getting distracted by birthdays and life!

This is a project that was so much fun from start to finish!

I really felt The Creative Point’s World’s Best Mom file needed some special treatment:

WorldsBestMom-PV

I felt like this was an award that needed to be displayed. I will also confess to having the best time creating interactive and dimensional cards. There are so many fun designs available right now and I decided the Free Standing Pop-up card that Splitcoast Stampers shared back in 2008 would be perfect. What I love about these cards is that they will fold down into a regular envelope making it all the more magical in my book!

Envelope

It’s like Super Man in the phone booth! You can tell that something great is about to happen, but you don’t know what!

 

This is what you see when you pull the card out. I suppose you could put a sentiment on the top section. I just chose to decorate what will be the front with a ribbon and a couple of fun swirly flowers.

This is what you see when you pull the card out. I suppose you could put a sentiment on the top section (or use patterned paper or stamp a design .) I just chose to decorate what will be the front with a ribbon and a couple of fun swirly flowers.

I used the Flower Set 1 to add some fun embellishments! That set is such a great overall fun set to use!

And here's the complete Stand-up card!

And here’s the complete Stand-up card!

I wanted to keep things fairly flat so that it would all fold up nicely so I didn’t use any dimensional embellishments or adhesive. I will say that the ribbon is rather bulky. The cardstock I used from Close to My Heart wasn’t heavy enough to balance all the layers on the tag that has the sentiment on it so when I make this again, I’ll be looking for a way to make the base heavier so that it stands up on it’s own easily (I actually put a wood stamp inside the back half to get it to look nice for my photos.)

But what a fun way to celebrate someone who is the World’s Best Mom! I know a number of them and can see a whole flock of these heading out into the mail!

I sure hope you’ll play along with The Creative Cutting Challenge – Mother’s Day! So head on over to the blog and link up your creation! I can’t wait to see what you create!

Please make sure that you follow our very simple rules to enter this challenge.  

  (1)You MUST use a SVG or similar electronic cutting file in your project.  CRICUT CARTRIDGE ONLY ENTRIES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE.  Please make sure that you mention somewhere in your post what part of your project was created with a cutting file.  Entries that do not fit this basic requirement will be deleted.
(2)  NO BACKLINKING.  This has always been our rule but we’ve noticed that it has not been followed lately. Going forward, backlinked projects will be deleted.

 Thanks for visiting! Have a wonderful day!

Ruth

Supplies: Cardstock and patterned paper – Close to My Heart; Ribbon – stash; Other cut files – 7 Gift tags by Sophie Gallo; Silhouette Cameo digital die cutting machine; Adhesive – Xyron, Zig.
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Comments on: "Creative Cutting Challenge – Mother’s Day" (5)

  1. Super cute card! It would make my Mother’s Day! 🙂

  2. What a beautiful Mother’s Day project you have created !!! Lovely colors and design !!! Hope you have a wonderful day!!!
    Hugs,
    Mayra
    Mayrasdesigns.blogspot.com

  3. So wonderfully clever!!! Love everything about it and the colors you chose are awesome.

  4. Juliana Michaels said:

    A perfect Mother’s Day card! I love how you made it!!!

  5. That is a beautifully creative card, Ruth. I love it!

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