The sentiment is a stamp from the set that comes with the Pemberley Workshop kit. I don't know that this stamp was intended to me used as a Mother's Day stamp but it is perfect for the way I feel about my Mom.
This was my first attempt at making flowers using the cut on the Art Philosophy cartridge it took a bit of working till I got the hang of it but I a very pleased with how they turned out.
I found it easier to glue then together using you glue gun as that is an instant stick rather then trying to hold them in place till the glue dries. I sometimes am lazy about dragging out my glue gun and waiting for it to warm up, but this time I did and I am glad I did. For one thing I spritz them a bit with water before I rolled them up to make the paper easier to work with so that made them a bit damp when I was gluing them together and regular glue would not have held as well. I was going to place a pearl or something in the center, but I wound them so tight that it was not needed. The leaves I also cut using the Art Philosophy cartridge but it was not a leaf cut but rather a cut for a tree that I cut small, I liked the jagged edges that made it look more like a rose bush leaf. I scored them a bit to make it look like the veins in the leaves.
I think this is my favorite butterfly cut. I only glued the center of the top layer to the white and also only glued the center to the card so that it looked more "free", then added a few pearls.
I want to share with you how I did the center piece of this card. It is a cut from the Art Philosophy cartridge but it is not opened center and it does not have a shadow or plain background cut. So I placed one image on my mat using Cricut Craft Room copy and pasted to add another exact image.
I went into the hide contour screen and removed each of the center cuts so I would have a solid background when I was done. There are a lot of little cuts and each had to be done individually so it took a little time.
When I cut it out I had one in Colonial White and one polka piece of paper from the Dotty pack but the center was solid, I forgot to take a picture before but this is what it looked like.
The center solid piece I hand cut away from the rest so I would be left with the frame with the fancy corners.
Well I hope enjoyed my card and maybe learned something new about making the center piece. Remember if you like the papers I used on this card they are all for the Dotty For You pack that is on promotion through May31st for just $5 with any order of $35 or more, plus you order totals $50 more you can also get the stamp of the month for just $5.