I think this cute Mother Duck and baby from Eureka Stamps will make a nice Mother’s Day card for my granddaughter to give to her Mommy, it's it the cutest image!
This is a tall card - the front measures 4" x 9.25". Cut the cardstock 8" x 9.25" and score to fold at 4" of the 8" width. This will fit in a business size envelope that you can find in department and many dollar stores.
Copic markers were used to color the image: B0000,00, BG10,11,13, C00,0,1, G82, R20,22, YR02,04, Y13,15,17,19, YR23
The image section and designer paper were taped together on the back to form the one panel.
The Decorative Trim lace was taped to the back side of the double panel with single sided tape and the holes for the brads were created with a Bazzill piercer.
TheEK Success flower punch was used to cut the pink flowers and they were debossed using a metal ball stylus and folded paper towel for cushion. The tiny white flower is cut using a Fiskarsborder punch and the yellow center is cut using the Cuttlebug and their Tiny Tags die, I punch out ¼” circles and place them over the hole for the tag and run through the machine. The leaves are cut using a Martha Stewart Branch punch and I punched only a portion of the image. These were attached together and to the card with Aleene’s tacky glue.
The envelope got three simple lines scored with the Scor-Pal.
Paper: The Paper Company – bumpy textured pink, Beckett Expressions – white for image, unknown – solid white border, Making Memories – designer paper, Die Cuts With a View – yellow glittered cardstock, Stampin Up - green
Ink: Memento – Tuxedo Black