Thursday, May 1, 2014

Flowers for May

Happy May!  I want to share these pretty flowers as a "virtual" May basket to everyone.  I took this photo last July - we don't have any flowers like this blooming yet.  In fact, our trees are just starting to bud.

Mother's Day is just over a week away.  If you haven't made a card yet, you might want to check out these free files.

This is the free file of the week from the Silhouette Online Store.  I think it would be pretty with some vellum as a liner.

The  "cut it free for a week" image from Cricut is this lovely Tulip Card.  You can cut it using the Cricut Craftroom. 

 It is a little tricky to find this card in Design Space because it is named differently.  Just search for "flower frame card" in "all images" and this card should be the first card in the results.  There also are quite a few additional Mother's Day cards included in the Design Space subscription.

Cricut is doing a "Showers of Savings" promotion with a new item on sale for 30% off each day.  you can check to see what the sale item is HERE.  Be sure to check each day. There is also a code for free shipping for orders over $35 - use the code FREESHIP35 at checkout (exclusions may apply).

There is another free file from Silhouette in celebration of 100,000 fans on their Facebook Page.  It is a banner set with the words "thanks," "celebrate" and "congrats" as options for decorating the pennants.  Of course, you could always add your own letters to make a Mother's Day banner.  I am not sure how long this free file will be posted so grab it right away if you want it.

Have a wonderful day!

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