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I pulled some thank you cards together over the weekend. Several of these went out in the mail yesterday to so many thoughtful friends & family across the miles.
Thank you for all of your support as of late while my family deals with my Mom's passing.
I wanted to share with you the poem we chose for the inside of her memorial. People have commented that it sounds just like "her" and have even asked if she wrote it herself.
I'd like the memory of me To be a happy one. I 'd like to
leave an afterglow Of smiles when life is done. I'd like to leave
an echo Whispering softly down the ways, Of happy times and
laughing times And bright and sunny days I'd like to tears
of those who grieve To dry before the sun, Of happy memories
that I leave When life is done
Miss you deeply, Mom - every single day.
Team Paint the Town Pink will walk, run & skip in your honor again this year at Race for the Cure.
The silver skinny tin houses all 4 cards and coordinating envelopes perfectly. I used the whisper white note cards and envelopes for my card set. They are a bit smaller than the average card - sized at 5" x 3 1/2" folded.
Scroll down to see my other pink creations from this week.
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Our sketches are designed by a very talented stamper named Margaret Moody.
I've had a card idea rolling around in my head for about a week now. This sketch provided the perfect layout for execution.
Using the Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder, I created my two panels on the front of this card. Dazzling Diamonds glitter was applied to each flowers center - but it's hard to see in the photo (click to enlarge).
The Pretty in Pink ribbon is now retired, but it was the perfect finishing touch for this card, so I just HAD to use it.
Did you know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month?
One thing I love about this card is that it uses two different pinks. I don't get many opportunities to use pink given that I live in a house full of the male species.
I used Pretty in Pink from the Soft Subtles color family and Melon Mambo from the new In Color collection. Personally, I own all of the Stampin' Up! Classic stamp pads from each color family (including the new In Colors).
Having access to the different color families makes card making a breeze. While it can be quite an expense to buy them all at once, you can start your collection slowly by purchasing one color family at a time.
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