Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Wishing You the happiest of days!

I made this card for a special young lady today who's being featured on the Teapot Tuesday thread found HERE. Breanne swam with my son for 3 years on their High School swim team. They both were butterfliers. Unfortunately Breanne began getting ill while in High School and had a hard time swimming. Sadly she was diagnosed with Relapsing MS, and will be fighting this disease for the rest of her life. For more about Breanne, click HERE.

Well, music is a favorite of hers, so Cindy challenged everyone to include music or black/white stripes on their cards.

I used this week's Mojo Monday 207, with Verve sets Wishing You and Wonderful Wishes Remix.

Short post today my friends. Long day, and I'm tuckered.
I hope you're having a good week.
Happy Stamping!!

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Stamps: Wishing You, and Wonderful Wishes (Verve)
Paper: Sunshine (Lost and Found MME), PTI
Ink: Onyx Black (Versafine), Black Soot (Ranger Distress Ink)
Accessories: Fleur De Lis Rectangles and Standard Oval dies (Spellbinders), Ribbon, Butterfly Punch (EK Success), Rhinestones (Kaisercraft), Sewing Machine

7 comments:

Andrea Ewen said...

Love this beautiful card, Tosh...so earthy and wonderful...the sentiment is fabulous and I love the combination of details you use...everything just coordinates perfectly!

ChristineCreations said...

The grey tones with the yellow are just so pretty. Such a kind sentiment for her card too. Good encouragement!

Marisa said...

Love the colour combo you used and the nestie to frame the sentiment is fabulous. Better you than me using that sketch LOL!

Pet73 said...

What a wonderful card! So simple yet so beautiful!

Gail B said...

Wonderful inspirational ideas! Thanks!!

Cheryl said...

Oooo! Pretty! I love the coloring and pearls on the flowers and that piece of netting gives the card such a soft look.

Conniecrafter said...

Love these papers and what you did with the sketch!

 
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