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Joy Clair - Mothers Day

Hi Everyone,

I am back with two cards I made from the latest Joy Clair release set Mothers Day:

Here is the set:

If you are interested on how I made those cards hop over to the  Joy Clair blog for the explanations.

And don't forget to play with us in the Joy Clair April challenge 
- the theme is spring and we have a beautiful inspiration picture to give you some colors to play with! The challenge closes April 30, so there is still plenty of time!

Linking up with:

Mod Squad Challenge - background (sponging, 1st card)
One Layer Simplicity challenge - as you wish/anything goes (1st card)
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Di said…
Love these Cornelia - great work!


Di xx
Mac Mable said…
Oh... now these are fun cards, loving the senitments x
conil said…
Oh my, can't tell you how much I love that cow. Perfect on that beautiful background. And the grater card...just brilliant.
Ruth said…
As soon as I saw the cow in my blog feed, I had to come and give it some udderly fabulous love! It's genius..... Seriously I would love one of my girls to send me one like this. It's such a great little scene that doesn't need much else to say what it says. Perfect! Xx
Kathy Krug said…
Love that cow image and the sponged background. Thanks so much for joining us at Mos Squad Background Challenge.
Kristie Goulet said…
These are so fun! LOVE that grater. LOL!
Kara Lynne said…
I love your bright, fun Mother's Day cards! I love how you lined up the horizon so strategically with the cow, and that silver grater is so cool!
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...two simply fabulous cards! I love your wonderful cheese grater.
Suchi said…
Wow!!! Stunning mother's day cards! The second one is so unique! :)
Suchi xx
Monika Reeck said…
first card cuuutee
the sponged or water colored behind the kuh is so sweeet love that color combo Cornelia really caught my eyes.
second card
how clever you are only at left side you gave color sponged at right onr is white
CAS and wonderfully made
love that little loves/heart
Anita in France said…
There are both so cute and fun, Cornelia ... the punny sentiments are brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)
maria f. said…
Oh my goodness! I have a thing for cows ;) That is one fun set and your cow design is udderly fabulous! Love how you inked that BG.
cm said…
Hahahahaha! Your cow is udderly awesome; your grater delightfully 'cheesy.' LOVE these!
Darnell said…
I love these, Cornelia! You know you tickled my funny - and my punny - bone big time with these two awesome cards!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

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