Mother's Day Printable Cards

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Mother's Day will be here soon. If you don't want to go out you can use these printables to create your own cards. All you need is a printer, some white and colored cardstock and a few more supplies to complete the desired look.

I love to create printables and these are part of my free resource library on my blog.

There are some different versions of the cards you can make other than just a print and fold. But I have that too.

If you want to print and fold you can print the version with just two on the page.

Once these are printed all you have to do is fold them in half, add a written note inside and slip it into an envelope. Is it cute?

If you would like a more "handmade" look you can print the version with four on a page and trim them. The trimmed size would be 5 x 3.75 inches.

Add a fun colored cardstock as a layer behind the printable. This would be 5.25 x 4 and adhere the whole thing to a folded 5.5 x 8.5 piece of cardstock.

You can embellish this one a little bit further if you want. Add some sparkle with some Stickles glitter. This is like glitter glue. You just carefully add some right to the project from the bottle and let it dry.

It takes a good 15 minutes to dry so be sure you plan for that. I hope you can see the glitter on some of the flowers.

If you want to take it a step further you can add some Stickles glitter to the flowers or leaves.

I hope you can see the glitter on the above card.

Be sure to allow about 15 - 20 minutes for the glitter glue to dry completely.

Maybe glitter isn't your thing.

How about a ribbon? Just punch some holes in the white cardstock at the neck of the mason jar, add the ribbon the adhere to the card.

It is a simple change but adds a lot. I love the 3D it gives to the card.

Or completely change it up and add the sentiment as a tag. Just cut it right off the printable, trim it down and tie it to the jar before adding to the card.

There are so many versions for these printables but they all say Happy Mother's Day and that is the important part.

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