Mothers-in-law are so hard, at least mine was. When she was my neighbor it was so unpleasant (maybe that was just me?). Then a hurricane came and we moved and now I look forward to her phone calls each Sunday. Funny how that works, huh?
My mother-in-law was just here recently for a visit, along with my sister-in-law. She bought the kids some school clothes while she was here, so a thank you card is in order. But I also want to thank her, just for visiting and let her know that I'm glad she's my MIL.
She has macular degeneration, so when I make a card for her I take that into consideration. She can still see, but she can see high-contrast much easier, so one-layer cards are perfect. I added a bit of scoring with my scor-pal for texture. I kind of love how this turned out, even if the sentiment is a scosh crooked.
stamps: le jardin bontanique by SU, thankful for you by inkadinkado
card stock: PTI rustic white
ink: PTI dark chocolate
tools: scor-pal and a fiskars stylus