Friday, October 4, 2013

Hope you Can cling to Part 2

Here is the card I made for the 5th challenge.  The challenge was to make a Pinkterest card.  Make a pink card inspired by a picture from pinterest.  I used spellbinders dies, American Crafts paper and a Bo Bunny chipboard piece.  Here is the picture I was inspired by.


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The next card is for the second challenge. This challenge was to make a card that was red, orange or both.  Those are the colors of courage and strength.  I used an American Crafts paper pad. The Dress form is a from the Cricut cartridge "Forever Young" and the sentiment is a Hero Arts sentiment.




This card is for challenge number 4, which is to make a card that would make the person receiving it smile.
I believe the card is from Artist Impressions.  I made the card in a class.



PS. I am sad today to find out that a friend's brother just died of cancer.  It wasn't breast cancer obviously, but it brings home how real cancer is affecting people's lives.  I will be making some additional cards to send to this sweet family that just lost their son and brother.  I hope these cards I make for the Hope you can cling to challenge will bless those that receive them.

5 comments:

  1. These are ever so sweet and girly, Emily! That last one simply makes me smile :). And I'm so sorry about your friend's brother. Thinking of you and praying peace for you all.

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  2. So sweet and gorgeous, you got some pretty work here. So sorry about the bad news! My heart goes out the the loss of your friend and family.

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    1. Thank you Kirsty! You are so sweet!

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  3. These cards are so sweet. Especially the girl with the umbrella! I am so sorry to hear about your friend's brother. May God comfort them during this time. Thank you for visiting my blog and the sweet compliment on my photos. So nice. And to answer your question...the camera I use is a little Canon Power ShotSX130... price is around 200 dollars. It was a birthday present a couple of years ago. I always try to photo during the afternoon light.

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