Monday, March 23, 2015

Oh Monday...


Today's card was made for Amy Tsuruta's friend who 
was newly diagnosed with lung cancer.
I believe she is still collecting encouragement cards if you feel
inclined to make one and send it her way.
I am a strong believer in "support medicine"
as I've seen patients with strong support get through just about anything.

If you follow me on instagram you'll see a lot of my
"work in progress" pics of coloring and layouts, and may have seen
my practice coloring of these beautiful daffodils drawn by thee
talented Sandy Allnock.
She has a EduDigi series that has really improved my coloring!

I created my own window of sorts with a left over piece
from the Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangle die.
At the last minute I decided to use a stencil to create a background
so I taped/masked the edges and used a Hero Arts Medallion Stencil.
Lastly the sentiment was stamped from Hero Arts Bits and Pieces.

I saw a sweet mood board over at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
of daffodils so I thought I'd link up.

MAHALO for stopping by!


  1. Sooooooooo beautiful! LOVING those flowers!!!!!

  2. Such a pretty card and so sweet of you to make a card for Amy's friend. I'm sure it'll mean so much ♥

  3. What a pretty card! I love the texture, too! Thanks so much for joining us for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

  4. this is gorgeous.. she will love it

  5. That is impressive coloring! How did you cut out the image so perfectly? The window effect with the stencil is lovely. This is a wonderful spring card.

  6. Very pretty Niki! I like how you used the stitched rectangle piece. Great idea!


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