Found in my stash some Junkitz paper scraps that date back a gazillion years ago and the wonderful muted colours grabbed my eyes and I left them aside to use on something. I thought they would work great for a mother's day card, so I drew inspiration from this week's Mojo Sketch #433 to make this card.
There were actually a lot of scraps involved here, because the gold strip is a leftover border from the Memories in the Making Project Life Specialty Cards I received as a Sale-A-Bration freebie and used on my last scrapbook page. I had cut both edges of the frame off to show the sides of my cardstock, and that gold piece lying on my desk worked beautifully with the gold-brownish tones of the patterned papers. I embossed the gold strip with an lace-pattern embossing folder.
I found a sentiment that reads "For my wonderful mom" in the retired Delightful Dozen stamp set, and embossed it with Gold powder on Baked Brown Sugar cardstock. Using scraps again, I used a border left from the cardstock used for the card base, punched it with the Scallop Edge punch and rolled the strip of cardstock into a little rose. The two other embellishments come from last year's Artisan Embellishments kit.
I used the Curvy Corner Trio Punch on the flowery paper.
Stamps: Douce douzaine (Delightful Dozen)
Cardstock: Baked Brown Sugar, Very Vanilla, Bazzill textured cardstock
Patterned Papers: Mom Collectionz (Junkitz)
Accessories: Curvy Corner Trio Punch, Clip, Pearl Basic Jewels, Artisan Embellishments Kit,
Scallop Border Punch, Raspberry Ripple Stitched Satin Ribbon,
Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder, Scallop Trim Punch, Embossing Folder,
Memories in the Making Specialty Project Life Cards, White Envelope