To make my card, I started off with a 5.5" x 4.25" white card base. I wanted to use some flowers that I had pre-made, using my Cameo, and I also wanted to use ribbon as well, so I went looking through my massive collection and found this polka dot ribbon, from Really Reasonable Ribbon, that I thought would work great for my project. I could not find this particular ribbon on their site at the time of this post, so I 'm not sure if they still carry it, but they do have some other wonderful ribbons that would work just as well.
For my background paper, I chose this purple card stock that I thought would go well with the ribbon and flowers, cut it to 5.25" x 4", ran it through my Cuttlebug, using the Swirl embossing folder, by Darice, cut a length of the ribbon to fit the piece, leaving a little more length to wrap around the edges, adhered it to my embossed card stock, then adhered that to the front of the card base.
I stamped the Mother's Day sentiment from Verve, using the Memento, Cottage Ivy ink pad, cut it to size, and matted it on a piece of light pink card, then attached it to my card. I then added the flowers that I had made from the Assorted Basic Flowers file, that I purchased from the Silhouette Studio store, with jewel Dazzles added to the middle.
I hope you like my latest creation, and if you have the time, please leave me a comment, and let me know what you think. Be sure to stop by the Card A Day Blog every day and see what our designers have created each day to spark the creativity in you. Also, if you like a challenge, you'll be sure to want to check out our monthly challenge, for a chance to win a great prize!