Have you used the beautiful Mother Goose? Today, Nadya Lifa and Romy Veul show you brilliant ideas to wow with this amazing collection. Mother Goose is perfect for kids' projects with vibrant colors, our Design Team shows you how to wow with this beautiful set.
Do you share your designs on our Facebook page? We love when you share your creations with us. It makes our day! Today, we want to show you this wonderful Mother Goose gift bag that fits in perfectly with the theme of the blog today! This is a great idea from Karien van der Westhuizen. What a perfect idea for a friend who is having a baby soon!
Let's get to more Mother Goose inspiration! Nadya has this stunning Mother Goose backpack and mini album that she created with inspiration for Back to School. This is an amazing project that she provides a tutorial for! Love this.
Graphic 45 Mother Goose 12x12 Pad
Graphic 45 Mother Goose 8x8 Pad
Graphic 45 Mother Goose 6x6 Patterns & Solids Pad
Graphic 45 Mother Goose Banners
Graphic 45 Mother Goose Tags & Pockets
Graphic 45 Mother Goose Flowers
Graphic 45 Mother Goose Chipboard Die-cuts 2
Graphic 45 Mother Goose Stickers
Graphic 45 Mother Goose Alphabet Stickers
Graphic 45 Mother Goose Chipboard Die-cuts 1
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"One of the things I love about Graphic 45’s paper pads is the fact that they allow you to make a card or a mini album without having to buy many other items from the same collection. The paper pad is actually all you need to make something pretty. I used the Mother Goose 8x8 Pad to make this card and included 4 other items as well. I still have quite a lot of all these items left over, so this short supply list would be enough to make at least 5-6 cards like the one I made." ~Romy
Romy's Mother Goose Card Tutorial
Trim a piece of white cardstock at 4.5 x 11” and fold it. Cut out three rectangles from three different sheets of the 8x8 paper pad. Ink the edges and layer them on top of the white cardstock card base.
Take one of the cardstock die-cuts and attach it in the middle of the card.
Cut out a card from the “Little Boy Blue” sheet in the 8x8 paper pad. Ink the edges and stick it in the middle of the card.
Cut out a couple of flowers from the Ring Around The Rosies sheet and adhere them onto the card with foamtape. Also add two chipboard stars. Then cut out four small stars from the “Little Boy Blue” paper and position them in the corners of the card.
Adhere a chipboard die-cut in the middle of the card with foamtape. Cut out two more red flowers and attach them in the corners of the chipboard die-cut.
Finally, cut out the baby crib from the 8x8 “Little Boy Blue” paper and attach it below the chipboard title. Further decorate the card with a few more fussy cut flowers.
Thank you for joining us today, G45ers. What have you created with Mother Goose? We can't wait to see your creations!
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