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that is so sweet of you to have a couple freebies. I don't make a lot of cards specifically for kids but most of my cards are kid friendly because I love cutesie images. This card was made for this challenge but I think it would suit a child or an adult.
I'm assuming it's okay to make a birthday card? It has a b'day greeting inside.
~ Susan - SU Demo for 9 years! Grammy to Anna age 5, Elizabeth age 4, Nora age 2, Abigail age 2, Kendall, 3 months and Isaac, born on 10/13/13 (in my avatar) Proud to be SCS Fan Club Member since the beginning!
Made some more cards . I was a teenager when my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. I basically internalized everything, never talked about it with my friends really. I remember being scared to see her in the hospital after her mastectomy because I knew she would look different but I think I was afraid she would "be" different. That was not the case, she was still the mom I knew. It was hard being young listening to everything my parents and family told me and not having much to do with all the terrible information. It can make you feel very isolated. All our cards will be a great way for someone to let a kid know they are not alone even if their parents (or whomever) are busy with the difficult situation.
Im not a big fan of bright colors but maybe kids are.
"What would happen if we all tried to be like Santa and learned to give as only he can give: of ourselves, our talents, our love and our hearts? Maybe we could all learn Santa's beautiful lesson and maybe there would finally be peace on Earth and good will toward men."
- the mailman, Santa Claus is Coming to Town