Saturday, February 27, 2010


Do you ever find yourself making a card that you really wish you didn't have to make, but you put so much time and love into it? Well today this is my card. My husband's aunt has had a stroke and is in a nursing home. She is someone who has meant so much to me for years. A beautiful family, role model for long lasting marriage, and always helping others.
Not sure if you can read the verse
Do not fear, for I am with you;
do not be dismayed,
for I am your God, I will
strengthen you and help you.
That is my hope for her. People can recover from strokes. I watched my own grandmother learn to write, talk, and walk again.
Have a wonderful day and LOTS of spring stamps are arriving at my door, so maybe the weather will cooperate with me - lol So far so good.
Stamps - The Greeting Farm (Miss Anya Collection)
Paper - Memory Box Frond
Ink - Momento and Copics
Misc. - Dew drops, SU ribbon, stickles, nestabilities, MS fence punch, and sponging chalk inks



Hugs Debbie. I'm sorry to hear about your husband's aunt. Prayers for her!!!! This card is gorgeous! I love the sponging, the little fence punch and the dew drops!!!


I'm so sorry about your Aunt. Sounds like a wonderful woman! This card is so pretty. I love the soft colors! I'll be thinking about her!

Rachel Hope

Such a Sweet Card!!!! Sorry you had to make it for this occasion, but I hope she loves it and makes a recovery!

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine

this is beautiful, so sorry about your husband aunt....sending blessings...have a fabulous week!

enjoy *~*


I pray she'll recover Debbie, I'm sure this will brighten her day! Beautiful card, gorgeous colors and love the way you used the fence punch! (hugs)

Pam S.

very pretty Debbie! love how you used the fence!
Pam Going Postal