Monday, February 16, 2015

Letters for Gracie

Hi, today I am sharing a card I made for an 11 year old girl named Gracie, who is going through a very challenging health situation, and could use some uplifting cards.  You can read all about her  HERE .  If you have an extra card you could send her, or would like to make one just for her, or write an encouraging note, you can find out at that link also.

Usually I know the person I am sending the card too, so I think that makes it easier to decide on what to do, I hope Gracie likes dogs, this just looked like a very cute image I hope will bring smile to her face, thought this sentiment was cute too.

Stampavie -- Daisy Chain stamp colored w/markers
BasicGrey -- Sugar Rush papers
Hero Arts -- Every day sayings sentiment stamp set
K&co. -- Paper ribbon

We are getting our first real snow fall this year, I would say it is about 3 inches already and they are saying 6-10 by this evening.  I can only imagine the North east is ready for a break from snow.  I hope you all enjoyed a nice weekend and the week ahead brings you a little time to create :)

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by,



Cathymac said...

Your card is so sweet, Connie…sure to encourage Gracie and make her smile!

Marie-Louise said...

This is a beautiful card Connie and she will really love it. My step-daughter has cerebellar ataxia and she is now 50 years old and manages to live a full life.

Cheryl said...

Beautiful card :-) I've got all the stuff to make cards.. just don't have any interest right now lol But when I do... I'm ready lol
big hugs!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Darling card Connie. Love the sweet image. The strips of paper tape look wonderful. So girlie and elegant.

Leslie Miller said...

I would think this is a perfect card for Gracie. It's a darling image and I love the sentiment. It's just right!

Debby Ray said...

What a beautiful card you made for Gracie. I'm so sure it will be among her favorite. I have some stamps and other supplies but haven't made cards for a while. You have inspired me to dust off my stamps and make her a card instead of buying one. Thank you!