Mothers' Day Card Ideas Using Owlsome Crafts Monthly Kit

Mothers' Day Card Ideas Using Owlsome Crafts Monthly Kit

Hey, crafters! I recently had the awesome opportunity to get Owlsome Crafts very first monthly craft kit. Let me tell you, it was full of fun. It took everything in me not to open it up and start crafting before I did the unboxing video. If you missed that video here it is:

 

This is also the last week before Mothers' Day and I am in the mad dash trying to get my cards done and in the mail in time to arrive BEFORE the holiday and not after. So I started off with one using supplies from my new kit. 

To make this card, I started off using Hero Arts White Unicorn pigment ink with my Inkadinkado Flourishes stamp set on white card stock. I was going for an embossed resist technique but I changed my mind after I heat set my images. I used my blending tool and inked my paper with Worn Lipstick Distress Ink. I heat set that to make sure the ink was dry before I used my Spellbinders die to cut out three rectangles. 

As I was crafting on my table, a supply avalanche happened and all my brand new supplies from Owlsome Crafts fell in my work area. Near the top of the pile was the paper cut out that you see. As soon as I read the sentiment I knew it was perfect for my card. I arranged the panels as shown, glued the pink panels and pooped up the sentiment with some dimensional foam. I was almost done but I thought the card was too pink and I added the yellow flowers from my stash. Now the card was done.

This kit is for the month of May so go ahead to Owlsome Crafts and get one for yourself. The kit included other goodies like a scripty 'hello' die from Lawn Fawn and two Santoro cling stamps. 

As always, my hope is that you are excited about crafting and maybe something here inspired you to start your next project. If you are interested in any of the supplies I used in this post, a list with links is provided below. Don't forget to follow me on Instagram and scroll back up and watch the unboxing video. Have fun!

This card is entry seven on the Pink and Main "Anything Goes" Challenge.

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