Monday, December 12, 2011

Praying For You

I have been busy, busy, busy!  I suppose the season is upon us to be busy, huh?  I love the Christmas season though!  This is a card I made a few weeks ago for a lady who attends our church who fell and broke a rib.  I used the Inspired Heart Cricut Lite cartridge (cut at 4 1/2"), along with a flower punch and a branch punch.  I embossed the top white layer as well.  Pretty simple, huh?  But I liked the end result.  This cartridge has lots of great, simple cuts for making get well and sympathy cards.

Hope you like it.  It's been pretty quiet around here lately.  I'm not sure why.  I miss the comments though!  Be inspired!



7 comments:

June Houck said...

oooo, how elegant! Beautiful card!!!

Claudette said...

This is a nice card! So simple, but yet so elegant. I know this will lift her spirits for sure.

Dreama said...

Your card is lovely.

Debbie Carriere said...

Tammy, this card is so elegant!! What a great cartridge that must be! Love the black and white color scheme, too!! I have been so busy prepping for the holidays and keeping up with DT commitments, that my blog reading has taken a detour!! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

It's beautiful Tammy... i always love your cards, you are so very talented. Thank you for stopping by my blog.. sorry i haven't been around lately. I seem like am going in every direction and have only had time to pop in on those who has been leaving me comments.. but i do think of you from time to time... i am always inspired by your awesome creations... in fact, i was thinking just thinking of you this morning. I was trying to remember how to make that dog sympathy card, i have a friend who just lost her dog.. and your dog card came to my mind... Have a very very Merry Christmas... i am sure your friend will love this card.
sandy

Alpha & Omega Design Team said...

"Simply Irresistible"! I know she appreciated this. You always design the best cards...from your heart!

Katya said...

Wow this is so elegant and it says so much with so little decorations. Thanks so much for sharing.
-Katya
Kattyxotica.blogspot.com