Mother’s Day Card

Time required: 15-20 mins

Surprise your mom on Mother’s Day with a quick and easy, customizable card made just for her! It’s simple when you’ve got your Brother ScanNCut and CanvasWorkshop at your service! Follow this step-by-step tutorial and in no time, you’ll have a card that’s as beautiful and unique as your mom.

Materials and supplies

• 4” x 6” blank card (or 8” x 6” cardstock folded
to create a 4” x 6” card base)
• 3.5” x 3.5” red cardstock
• 3.5” x 3.5” patterned paper
• 3” x 5” gold metallic cardstock
• ScanNCut (I used the CM650W)
• ScanNCut standard size mat, blade and brown
pen with pen holder
• Low tack painter’s tape
• 3D adhesive foam squares
• Gold Sharpie
• Double-sided tape or glue stick
• Dye ink and blending tool (optional)

Instructions

For step by step instructions, download the PDF.

About Karen Ellis
With a passion for making everything and anything beautiful, professional crafter, Karen Ellis has been an event planner, a Brother dealer, and an educator for ScanNCut. Her extensive experience teaching paper crafts inspired Karen to open her own studio in 2007. A proud contributor to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine, she travels to crafting shows throughout North America to promote the publication and share exciting projects. Discover Karen’s knack for turning simple materials into unique things of beauty, today!

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