Every year I try to design a custom Mother’s Day Printable Card. They don’t always make it to the blog, but it’s a tradition that I love.
I started the tradition with this Mother’s Day Card and I love that it has grown every year.
This year I also created a Mother’s Day SVG Bundle to coordinate with the printable card. I just couldn’t help myself!
I’ll try to be more consistent in the future, but I wanted to make sure to get my 2019 card up because is there anything better than a DIY Mother’s Day Card?
Now that I’m a mom, I totally get the all I want is a really thoughtful card mentality.
This mama business is no joke.
A card saying that I’m not completely blowing it is always appreciated!
- This printable has two cards per page, so you can send another card to your mother-in-law as well.
When working with printables (if you’re not sure what printables are, I have a full post describing what are printables?), it’s important to know all about paper. While regular printer paper is great for things like science papers and receipts, they are not the best option for printables!
If you are someone who crafts with paper and printables a lot, I would always have a selection of 67lb, 90lb and 110lb paper on hand. If you are extra like me, you have both matte and glossy in all these weights!
I love both the Hammermill and Neenah Brand.
PRINTERS DO TOO!
Now I’ve had my fair share of printers over the years, some good and some not great. I’m not super picky I just love a machine that distributes color evenly, has rich dense colors and doesn’t cost a million dollars!
The machines I’m currently using are the:
Both are great machines, although I think I prefer the G4120 a little more.
When printing the Mother’s Day Card, don’t forget to print the file at 100%!
DOWNLOAD THE MOTHER’S DAY CARD HERE
For more Mother’s Day Inspiration, check out these posts: