DIY Mother’s Day Card – Hydrangea

DIY Mother’s Day Card – Hydrangea

I guess I’m a little obsessed with hydrangea, making a card of beautiful hydrangea? Well, for my defense, my mom also loves hydrangea. She’s the one who introduced me to hydrangea when I was a little. So, I made this card especially for her, my awesome mom!

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I used my watercolour pencil to paint the 2 little hydrangea and the background hydrangea. I cut the two hydrangea and stick it to the card with foam tape. For the “mom” writing, I cut the word “mom” out of a glittered paper. Yeah, hand cut! The rest you can guess yourself, very easy!

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But above all those description, I was only following the composition from Less is More card challenge and incorporate it with challenge from Sketch Saturday.

Here is sketch #512:

I was intrigued to do a card with certain boundaries. So, I also registered my diy mother’s card – hydrangea to Crafty Gals CornerMix It Up Challenge Blog, My Time To Craft Challenge Blog and Everybody Art Challenge. These are all wonderful sites where you can share your crafting skills and creativity.
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I hope my diy mother’s day card with the hydrangea may inspire you for the upcoming mother’s day.
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Let’s get creative!
See you very soon!
Mel
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25 thoughts on “DIY Mother’s Day Card – Hydrangea

  1. Mel, I am so impressed for so many reasons…I love your CAS take on the sketch (must try this!), I love your beautiful coloring of the hydrangea and the hand cut Mom is amazing! your mom will sure. Thanks for playing along with us at Sketch Saturday!

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  2. Super job with cutting that sentiment by hand, I could never have succeeded in that! Beautiful flowers too. Please remember next time that at Less Is More we only allow 5 combined challenges (one of them being ours). Thanks for joining us at Less Is More and hope to see you joining us again!

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  3. Such gorgeous soft blues and great handcrafted work here. I’m sure your mum will love it! Such a shame you’ve linked up to too many challenges on this occasion. Please do join us again.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

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