It seems that I feel the need to make so many cards for people who are hurting these days. And here is another one. I teach three Sunday School classes (on a rotated schedule of course), and I found out recently that a 42(ish) lady in one of the classes was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. I wanted to send her a card to encourage her and let her know I'm praying for her.
The card was made from sketch 13 at Cardabilities. I started with an A2 sized card and used a card front from DCWV. I found a breast cancer ribbon on Melanie's blog, which can be found here. I embossed it with a hearts Cuttlebug embossing folder. I then layered it on a 2 1/2" circle cut from the George Cricut cartridge. I then layered that on an inverted scalloped Nestabilities die and put another circle cut from George at 3" on top of that. (I think these sizes are right. I made the card over the weekend.) I used an EKSuccess border punch and added a piece of pink cardstock on top of that that I also embossed. The word "hope" was computer generated and punched using a McGill two layer punch. I added a ribbon and two Recollections mini roses. I really liked how this card turned out, and I hope my friend does as well, and that it encourages her!
Thanks for looking and for your comments.
Here is the sketch:
And here is my card: