This adorable Mother's Day card disguised as a potted plant is sure to bring a smile to any mother on Mother's Day or just any day!
The card layout looks complicated, however it it's not!
With the flowers cut from the Hues of Happiness designer paper - creating the card becomes even easier.
If you don't have the Hues of Happiness paper it is on the Last Chance product list, in fact it may be gone but you can use any flowers for this project.
I have check since starting this post and the Hues of Happiness designer paper seems to be gone, so not available.
That being said, you could stamp, color and cut the flowers from the Happiness Abounds stamp set, or any other stamp set.
This card has endless possibilities when it comes to adding the flowers in the flower pot. I have done a few different ones that I'll pop on here over the weekend as examples.
Just a Quick Note:
The Sheer Ribbon that I used in the card above is currently listed in the Last Chance product sale at a great price in a few color options. I'll just add the links for that directly below so you can still grab some of the choice's that are left.
Another Quick Note:
When choosing a Mother's Day Stamp you will have to dig into your stash in hopes that you already have one, as there is none in the New Catalogue set to release on May 2, 2023. There was one in the March Paper Pumpkin ( Ten Years of Growth ) if you were a recipient of that. Subscribing to Paper Pumpkin is great way to add sentiments and stamps to your stash at an affordable price.
I hope you liked this Mother's Day Planter Pot tutorial and that it leaves you with some creative inspiration.
Please feel free to give me some love in the comments below.
As always, I would love to see your creations and you can email those to the contact email below.