I’m a paper lover.
I adore thick cotton paper that’s been letterpressed and love layers of ink on a screen printed card. So I’m the first to say I will happily shell out the cash for a pretty card. I usually stock up on pretty cards at cute boutiques when I travel. But lately, I forget to buy cards a head of time and just grab one while I’m at Target and need it ASAP. And in that case, I hate paying nearly $10 for a card.
For those of you who hate to spend the big bucks on cards, or if you always are looking for a card at the last minute, I got you. Here’s are three pretty cards I’ve created for Mother’s Day that are abolsutely free. All you need to do is print and cut them out. Write mom a sentimental note inside and you’re sure to be her favorite child.
If you want to really impress mom, download and print my free Mother’s Day embroidery art for a simple gift. It has a daisy design that matches these cards and is pretty framed on it’s own. Or you can go the extra mile and add some simple embroidered embellishments.
Don’t forget the envelopes? The cards are 4.25″ x 5.5″ so you’ll need A2 size envelopes. I’m loving the coral ones!
Looking for other easy DIY projects and gift ideas for mom? Check out my Mother’s Day page.