When I was younger, Mother's Day meant spoiling my Mom with handmade gifts and cards. My Dad would make a super special breakfast before church. I was appreciative of my Mom but I truly I didn't really grasp the significance of the day. Now that I am a Mom, I understand...all of it.
Being a Mom has been the most frustrating, toughest, tiring and uplifting role I have ever had...and I would not have it any other way. So when hear, "Mom..." I smile, turn around and say, "Yes?"
Here is a layout on the day my youngest daughter was born. I don't vividly remember all the details but what I won't ever forget is the whirlwind of emotions and how I thought my heart would burst open with all the love I had for this little peanut.
Supplies: Bazzill (cardstock); American Crafts (pattern paper, alphas, flare badge, ribbon, rub on, brads); EK Success (scallop border punch);
So all you Mom's out there, take some time this weekend to scrap a layout about you as a Mom, or your Mom or a Mom that you admire. You deserve it! I hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day, celebrating with the special Mom in your life!
Don't forget to link me up to your project, ok?