Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Feel Better

We're getting closer. 

One week from today, we will finally have our keys. 

I'm sooooo excited! 

I'm planning to spend the rest of today taking photos of this house before we take it all apart.  

But, first things first!

I found out a couple of days ago that my sweet Aunt Mariette in Holland is sick. 

And on her birthday, no less!

No good at all!

So I had to make her something pretty to cheer her up.



I wish the photos showed these flowers better. 
All 3 were cream colored to begin with.  
I inked & then Stickled the brown one.
The green ones are  all kinds of shimmery in person. 
I used some of my home-made Perfect Pearl mist on them & LOVE the way they came out!

Supplies: PP Heidi Grace, DCWV, Cardstock: DCWV, Border Punch: Fiskars Threading Water,Flowers: Prima, 
Stickles: Cinnamon, Pearl Brad: Little Yellow Bicycle, Sentiment Stamp: Stampendous

This was a fun card to put together.
I was able to use up a bunch of scraps- which is always a good thing.  
This little chunk of Heidi Grace paper has been sitting in the green/blue scrap box forever, just waiting for the right project to come along.
And I had just enough of it left to jazz up the inside a little bit.  
Fun!

I'm glad that it finally has a good home to go to.  

Hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday.

Don't forget to keep taking your daily photos!  


6 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! I'm sure she'll love it!!

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  2. Pretty card. Blue & choc is one of my all time fav. combos. You did a lovely job. TFS

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  3. What a pretty card, I´m sure your aunt is going to love it and feel much better!!

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  4. Such a pretty card, I do hope she is feeling better. So it sounds like you are getting ready for a move. Hope it goes well for you.....

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  5. Your card is just lovely! Congratulations on becoming a FITgirl! I'm looking forward to seeing your inspiration.

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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