For Mother's Day, at least in the south, it's traditional to wear a red rose to signify a living mother and a white rose to honor a mother who's deceased. I'm not sure how long this has been going on or even when and where this tradition first started. I do know that growing up and going to church on Mother's Day was always sad for me seeing so many white roses. So in honor of this tradition I created the layout below.
Tradition by Tena Ellison. Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill Basic; Patterned Paper: Teresa Collins;
Punch: Martha Stewart; Alphas: American Crafts; Die Cut Leaves: Spellbinders; Ink: Colorbox; Brads: My Mind's Eye.
I would love to know if you practice this tradition or have any other traditions of your own that you celebrate on Mother's Day. If so please leave a comment and share them with us.