Tuesday, November 17, 2015

In my prayers

My oldest brothers wife woke up a couple weeks ago to having a hard time breathing just getting ready for a doctor's appointment, by the time she got into the office she was in really bad shape, they did an ekg on her and sent her to the hospital in an ambulance, she was in need of a pacemaker.  I sent her this card. It is 5x7 card size.

She is taking it easy and doing the exercises she is told to do, was quite the scary situation for her, so thankful she had an appointment that day and was already going to see the doctor,

Martha Stewart -- Flourish Scroll, Frame border punch and tag punch
Memory Box -- Zinnia Bouquet die on watercolor paper and colored with distress inks
Our Daily Bread design -- mini tag sentiments stamp
Distress Stickels -- Aged Mahogany for flower centers

We are getting a lot of rain down here in Southern Illinois, been gloomy couple of days but they are saying we should see sun by Wednesday afternoon, that will be very welcomed :)

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by, love hearing from you,



Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

Lovely card. I am glad your SIL got the help she needed.

Monika/Buzsy said...

Such a pretty card Connie. Love the way you framed those delicate die-cut flowers.

handmade by amalia said...

I hope this beautiful card is working its magic, Connie, and your SIL is feeling better.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Connie, I'm so glad your brother's wife got the medical attention she needed and now has a pacemaker and doing the exercises. That definitely had to be a scary time for your brother and SIL. She is going to love this card...it's gorgeous. I love the floral dies and how you've sponged them, and what a beautiful frame and DP! Gorgeous too with the little tag and twine! Hugs, sweet friend!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, my! An absolutely beautiful card for a very scary situation. How fortunate that she had a Dr's appt that day so there was no delay in getting help.

Sandra said...

Prayers for your brothers wife. Hope she will continue to improve. What a beautiful card you have made for her. I am sure it will cheer her up. Hope you get the sunshine and will have some sunny days.

Debbie said...

i can't express to you the warmth i feel when i see your homemade card. sending cards is a lost art....the handwritten word is almost forgotten. it is so rare that i receive a card anymore, your cards are so amazing, you are extremely thoughtful!!!!

this card is beautiful, i am sure it warmed her troubled heart. i hope she continues to improve!!!!

Marie-Louise said...

This is gorgeous Connie. Hope your sister-in-law is feeling better.

Diane said...

So sorry to hear about your sister in law, hope she is doing better. Gosh I love the Flourish Scroll framing and gorgeous flower design.

Hugs diane

Susan (rainy) said...

Oh my goodness, Connie. I hope that she is doing well. Your card is an amazing creation. I'm sure she appreciates it's beauty and sentiment.

AppleApricot Wen said...

A beautiful card for your sister in law, Connie. I hope she's doing better now, such a scary time it must have been for her and her loved ones.

Daniela said...

hat a precious thought you had, I'm sure that your sister-in-law will appreciate it so much and ... maybe she'll feel better and recover , love makes so many magics !
Sending love and blessings to you

Roosterhead Designs said...

Hi there Connie! (Are you seeing the sun yet?: ) Such a beautiful and delicate card you have designed here! Very lovely details. Blessings to you and your family, ~Karen

Celestina Marie said...

So sorry to read your sil got sick and needed a pacemaker. This card will sure cheer her up. It is beautiful and the best part, you create from love. Beautiful designs are accomplished when you do it with your heart. My mother had to have a pacemaker and once she got it, she did excellent. Prayers for your sil.
Have a great night. xo