Learned a lot in the process of making this card, like how to be patient and keep drawing the flowers, but to give myself breaks and not do it all at once, and how to draw a passable bow. The download for the card is in the freebies section to the right, along with recommendations and downloads for the envelope liner. Wouldn't this be sweet accompanied by flowers or with a gift card tucked inside? If you need an envelope to fit this-size card, I have a cute scalloped-edge envelope template that wil fit perfectly. In that case, I'd use the recommended papers to make the envelope.
There are two versions of the card in the download -- printers have different margin tolerances so I made one without the thin-line border so all can print without resizing.
I absolutely must finish my work for the 380th Army Band today, so I'm going to do that next. If I get done, I'd like to make a damask patterend paper from the bouque of tulips in the card. We'll see. Maybe so.
P.S. It was last week when I made and posted a Mother's Day Garland D.I.Y. with printable, so I think it bears mentioning again. It would be such a nice touch at a Mother's Day luncheon or brunch.
All the best to you and yours for a very happy Mother's Day.