Sadly, my post today is the result of some bad news that my husband found out about a very young co-worker of his. She is a mere 30-years old and has been diagnosed with breast cancer. It is always a tragic thing to hear of news like this, but when a young lady who is only in the young stages of her adult life is stricken with such a thing, it strikes those of us that are Mothers in a tender spot. She does not have children yet, and I think she would have really liked to have at some point. We are all wishing her a complete recovery with as little discomfort as possible. She has a surgery coming up here shortly as this cancer is seeming to be too aggressive to wait, so my husband asked if I could make a nice card for her to wish her a quick recovery and let her know that she has our prayers and support.
As you all know, I have been out of the loop here for a bit with my crafting, and I have a bit of a lack of mojo. Get well and sympathy cards are not easy for me on a good mojo day, so this was exceptionally difficult for me to come up with. It's a rather simple card, but I am hoping is a little cheerful as well as full of prayerful wishes. I'm also hoping that it doesn't come across as Easter-y. I could have chose different colors, I suppose, but this seemed to fit well at the time.
Aifactory- Anything with a punch
Meljens- dry embossing
One Stitch At A Time- New... Fab new Martha Stewart Border Punch, and some new flowers too.
Paperplay- Flowers and Sparkle
Pixie Dust- Punch it out
Your Next Stamp- Border Punch
Sweet Stampin'- Pimp your card
I hope you all have a wonderful day, and have an enjoyable summer. I thank you greatly for your support, comments and dropping by to visit me when you can. I really look forward to it and hope to have you by again soon.