I received a text from a friend this weekend, with the news of a frightening diagnosis. She has a strong support system in place, a faith as deep as a river, and is doing all the right things to follow up and take care of herself. She's been in the forefront of my mind this week and last night, I just new I had to make her a card to show her I'm thinking of her.
We've all experienced that. A phone call...an email...a text...a conversation with news that rocks our world. Where once, everything was right and in the blink of an eye, there's news so completely unexpected, creating a problem we didn't even know existed. We're left shaken to the core and wonder how we'll ever get out of this wrinkle in time. But through hope and faith, we find our strength to get up and carry on. We do what needs to be done, finding comfort in others who are there with support and love.
With faith, all things are possible.
I couldn't decide between the Oh My Stars and Ruffled embossing folders. Which do you like best?
Base: Whisper White Thick Cardstock,
8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1: Whisper White, 5 1/4" x 4"
1. Place Layer 1 partially inside the embossing folder, leaving 1 1/2" inches outside the folder. Run through the Big Shot.
2. Stamp sentiment in Night of Navy in the un-embossed part of Layer 1.
3. Wrap Night of Navy 1/2" Gingham ribbon around the card and tie a knot in the front, right where the embossing begins and ends. Trim ends.
4. Adhere Layer 1 to base with plenty of dimensionals We don't wan't any saggy middles!
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