This is for Pam (YorkieMoma). She was the recipient of the Tea Potters last week. I waited until she received the card to post this. I talked with her today and she wanted me to tell everyone how MUCH she appreciated the cards she has received and that she still is not able to create or even spend time on the computer. She said she was so surprised when the cards started to come in and they were such a bright spot in her day. BIG thank you's to everyone who sent her a card!
I myself, have been out of commission with a serious case of Shingles (actually I don't think there is a case of them that doesn't feel serious to anyone who has had them).
This card makes the two or more die cuts that was part of the challenge but it is not as layered as most of the beauties in Pam's gallery.
The "Sending" die was a gift from a new friend in England. I cut it twice and glued together for dimension. I cut the main die cut ( the one swirly one) at die club so I apologize, I do not have a name for you. The skinny ribbon like die-cut with the holes in it were the last addition. It needed "something". After dragging out several dies, and cutting pieces of this one and that, I finally slept on it and got up the next morning and added this piece and the tiny Memory Box butterfly.
Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 GMT Views: 2449
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Sun, Mar 29, 2015 @ 8:27 PM
This is lovely, Peggy. Your color choice is so elegant. The bows are gorgeous and the entire design is exceptional. I am so sorry to hear that you are sick. From what I hear, the shingles is aweful. I hope you are feeling better very soon.
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Sun, Mar 29, 2015 @ 8:38 PM
Beautifully designed get well card, Peggy. The softness is sure to bring a smile. Touching another's life with a card that says, I care. Having met you, I know that's true. What a blessing you are to so many.