From Stacy Walker:
This week's challenge is a very special one for me. Thirteen years ago I was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and two years ago this coming February 6th I had a bone marrow transplant and had to be away from home for a month. What we would like to do is collect cards for the patients at the Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston MA (this is where I had my bone marrow transplant).
To enter this challenge we are asking you to create a card that has a theme of THINKING OF YOU. You can also use HELLO, JUST FOR YOU, & JUST A NOTE as sentiments on your cards. We are asking that you refrain from using the sentiment of get well. Once you have your card(s) made and posted to the challenge we are asking that you write an encouraging note in the card and address the envelope to "ANY PATIENT" and then place the card(s) in a package addressed to me.
(The rest of the details are on Stacy's blog at http://2sisterschallengeblog.blogspot.com/.)
Please, those of you who are routinely making challenge cards, use them for a great cause!!! Whether it be a cancer center, a children's hospital, or any that tug at your heart! Thanks!
These are the cards I am sending to Stacy today.
Jeweled Bird Card is entered in:
Woodware Stamps (Anything Goes)
City Crafter (Stamped Image)
Thanks, gotta run to the mail box and get these out to Stacy!
Finished up this card this morning for a little challenge at PapertakeWeekly!
Such a nice switch from the usual holiday cards! The last fairy "Thanks" I used my Copics ona nd made her a beautiful red-headed Irish gal. Can you tell I am practicing my hair and skin tones with my markers?
The stickles on her wings show up so much better in person!
Thanks for looking!