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!