Happy Tuesday bloggers! Today I am sharing with you a birthday card I recently made for a former co-worker. This friend is battling cancer, and the doctors have actually told her that she only has a couple of months to live. If you are a praying person, I ask that you pray for her. Her name is Tori.
I made the card to be sent from a bunch of people. I cut an extra layer and glued it on the inside left of the card with a place to lift it up to allow more signatures. We placed it in a central location in the office and had lots of people sign it. I thought it would brighten her day to know that we were all thinking of her and care for her. Here are the details of the card:
Size: A2 (approx.)
Card stock: Bazzill
Patterned papers: My Mind's Eye
Card shape: Wrap It Up cartridge cut using the card feature and cut at 5 1/4" (I think -- I made it two weeks ago.) I was very happy to find that the layers from the main image on that page (page 31 of the handbook) fit onto the card feature. So, I was able to cut layers in different papers.
Pearls: Strand pearls that I purchased in the ribbon section at Hobby Lobby, and the individual pearls are Recollections.
Sentiment: Computer generated
I added a little Stickles to the flames for a touch of bling, and it was done!
Thanks for looking, and be inspired!