Today I bring to you a Mother's Day card I created for my mother-in-law. During the end of December my mother-in-law had made this statement on her facebook page, "So strange!!! I was looking out my kitchen window this morning thinking about Joe (her deceased husband) when this yellow butterfly flew on my deck and hoovered in front of the window a little while then flew away...Maybe it was telling me that I will be okay and next year will be a better one for me!!!!! I hope so anyway...." Now this might not sound strange to some of you but since she lives on the east coast, seeing a butterfly in December is very strange. Ever since that day I knew I wanted to create a window card for her...and this is what I came up with. (MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE OTHER PHOTO OF THE FRONT)
I used these items to create this card:
Locker Talk Cricut cartridge - for the window card***I know totally not expected!!!
George and Basic Shapes Cricut cartridge - for the square cut for the window
Indie Art Cricut cartridge - the butterfly
Swiss Dots embossing folder
Studio G glitter glue
Stampin' Up Ribbon and lace - for the curtain effect
Glue Gun - to attach the lace to the ribbon
Clear Craft Plastic - for the window
DCWV Spring Stack of pattern paper
My Craft Spot stamps - Inside & Out Set #2
Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my Looking Through the Window Mother's Day card!