Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Help With Hope for Sally


For today's SCS Monochromatic Color Challenge, I chose shades of teal.

I made this card for a dear friend of my sister's, Sally, who is suffering from Stage 4 ovarian cancer (hence, the teal ribbon). She is a sweet woman, and will also be celebrating her 55th birthday on September 8. If you would like to send her a card, either for her birthday or for encouragement, I know she would sooooo appreciate it, even if it was a quickly made one layer, or a store-bought card. She has already had surgery and she recently learned that they didn't get it all. :(

Please email me at lidaroseroz@yahoo.com for Sally's address if you can help brighten her day.
I used the Hope set from Our Daily Bread Designs. I love how this set looks good in any color!
For information on ribbon colors and their meanings click HERE.
Stamps: Hope by Our Daily Bread Designs
Paper: DCWV Textured Brights, Very Vanilla, K & Co. DP
Ink: Cool Caribbean, Taken With Teal
Accessories: organdy and grosgrain ribbon (Target and American Crafts), pearl gems, Primas, photo corner punch
Have a blessed day!

14 comments:

  1. This card is so beautiful and I'm sure that Sally will be so blessed to receive it.

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  2. This is so pretty, Judy! I am sure she is going to really appreciate this card!

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  3. Judy, I know that Sally will love your card and the thought behind it. You've selected wonderful colors for another marvelous card.
    --Hugs Becca

    I'm working on my cards for her now.

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  4. This is beautiful. I can tell you put a lot of heart into it and I am sure Sally will love it and appreciate you.

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  5. Please send me Sally's address and I will get a card in the mail to her. This is so sad!!BTW, I love your blog and cards! Also, I ordered from Hambro stamps this weekend and found out they were in Virginia (about 40 minutes from where I live). That is the third company of rubber stamps in Virginia that I know of! Thanks so much for mentioning the sale.

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  6. I forgot to put my e-mail address on the above message so I could get Sally's address. Senior moment!
    craftsbyej@aol.com

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  7. This is a beautiful card Judy. In so many ways. Prayers to you're sister's friend. Joan

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  8. This is gorgeous. I love the colors and the long row of pearls. :)

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  9. So simple, beautiful and to the point! xx

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  10. Thank you for the warm welcome to ODBD :). It's very exciting! I love your monochromatic card for the SCS challenge! It's superb!

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  11. This is a beautifully done card. Thanks for making Sally feel loved.

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  12. I am so sorry about Sally. A prayer is winging it's wonderful way as we speak. And a card layout is on my table. I am sure she won't mind if it is a little late. I have her on my list and will pray for her daily. I have a pretty good "in" with her. I got your name and hers from Angel Wilde over at Angelosity. She has become a good friend and is helping me realize MY dream: a card ministry. Keep me posted about Sally if you can. I won't forget her........Linda Crowder

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