Free Printable Vintage Mother’s Day Cards

March 18th, 2009 Holiday Crafts Posted in Flowers, Free Greeting Cards, Free Holiday Clip Art, Free Vintage Art, Mother's Day, Victorian, Women 14 Comments »

Mom, what would we do without her? When I was young, I asked my mom why there wasn’t a Childrens Day. She told me that was because every day is Childrens Day. And that’s exactly what makes moms so wonderful; they make it possible for children to feel special all the time. And on one day a year on Mother’s Day, we return the favor.

As one way of honoring Mom, you can make your own printable Mothers Day cards with this vintage art. And if you use them to decoupage a jewelry box, tray or other items you can easily find at craft or discount stores, they’ll help you make great gifts for Mother’s Day! You also can use these images as Mothers Day clip art. All you have to do is download the art by right-clicking (for PC users) or control-clicking (for Mac users) and then size it to fit pre-cut and folded cards that come with envelopes from a craft store or 8 1/2″ x 11″ card stock folded in half. You might also want to decorate your cards with glitter glue, buttons, ribbons or any number of other embellishments. Just remember to keep a light hand when embellishing — in this case, less is more. Be creative, though, Mom will love you all the more for it!__

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