Sunday, May 13, 2012

A Mother's Heart Is A Patchwork of Love Blog Hop: Day Two





Welcome to the "A Mother's Heart is a Patchwork of Love Blog Hop".
If you came from Tahi's blog, then you are on the right path.  If not, you can start at the begining of the hop with our hostess :  Lisa at Honeybearz Designs.
I am so excited to have you hopping with us!!! Each blogger participating in this hop is featuring a project having to do with Mother's Day. This super-fun hop will be showcasing cards, layouts and projects that feature anything and everything to do with that special day Mother's Day. You'll find an array of ideas throughout this hop. From decorations to gift ideas and more, we hope you'll enjoy each and every project along the way!! Be sure to leave a comment at each hop stop to show all the participants a little love.

Our hostess, Lisa, has an abundance of blog candy she will be giving away. Here is a list of all the different sponsors she has for this hop. Lisa will have more details on her blog pertaining to the blog candy.


Pink By Design http://www.pinkbydesignstore.com/

Designs on Cloud 9 http://www.designsoncloud9.com/

Cardz TV Stamps http://www.cardztvstamps.blogspot.com/

Getting Cricky With K Andrew http://www.gettingcricky.com/

Paper Piecings By Nikki http://www.paperpiecingsbynikki.com/

The Scrapbooking Queens Royal Castle Shoppe http://www.thescrapbookingqueen-royalshoppe.blogspot.com/

SVG Atticts http://www.svgattic.com/

Scrapping Bug Designs http://www.scrappingbugdesigns.com/

Bear Hugs Designs http://artandscraps.com/



Now on to my project: 





(click on picture for close up view)

One of the things on my bucket list is to learn how to sew.  My grandmother was a pretty good seamstress.  In fact, she sewed my Mom's wedding gown as well as the wedding gowns of a few of my Mom's cousins and friends.  My Mom was my grandma's assistant and would help her with some of the easier sewing tasks.  Sewing is one of those things that always makes me think of my grandma.  So, I thought a sewing machine image would be great for a Mother's Day card.

What I love about this image is that it doesn't require a lot of coloring.  LOL  I paired it with some green cardstock that I embossed with a Cuttlebug folder and then added some pink ribbon.  Simple but pretty!

Well, thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day today.  I ran a ton of errands on Saturday so I could relax and just enjoy the day with my daughters.


Please hop on over to Anita's blog next!  Below is the complete lineup in case you get lost along the way:



Dena - http://missdjones.blogspot.com/ <<<<------ YOU ARE HERE
Anita~~  http://www.anitaandbugs.blogspot.com  <<<------ NEXT STOP


16 comments:

  1. Oh!What a Beautiful,Gorgeous and Precious Card!Simple but Beautiful!!!TFS
    http://craftingwithcreativem.blogspot.com
    Mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

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  2. Beautiful card and such sweet sentiments about your mother and grandmother.

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  3. What a lovely card and such nice thoughts about the women in your life.

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  4. This is sew adorable.. :)

    You did a great job on it. Love the colors. :)

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  5. Laughed at your comment on sewing - as I said on my posting yesterday - if they stop making safety pins, I'm in trouble - TFS your beautiful card with sewing machine!
    pam_lash at yahoo dot com

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  6. Happiest Mother's Day !!
    you've definitely earned your relaxation !
    this is a wonderful representation and the phrase is spot on! i love it!! all the best with your sewing ambition :)
    faithhopecherrytea at*gmail.*com

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  7. So precious! Great color combo and the sentimental aspect is priceless!
    TFS
    Midge :)
    midge@emcitydotnet
    scrappintoxicmidgedotblogspotdotcom

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  8. where did u get that image? I need it. My mom was a seamstress when i was little.
    great card.

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  9. Oh, I just Love your Card! Love the Sentiment. Happy Mother's Day to you. Relax and have a good time with your Daughters. :0)

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  10. wow super cute love the Sewing machine. love the way you made it sentimental and loving. thanks for sharing.

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  11. Yes it is simple but oh so pretty! I love that you incorporated a memory into your project! The embossing is just the right touch! Thanks for sharing! msmith38652@gmail.com
    http://michelescraftroom.blogspot.com/

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