Wednesday, April 25, 2007


I am going to quick post a card I made last night. I went to SCS website to see what the weekly color challenge was going to be. One of the stampers on Splitcoast had the idea to make cards for some of the families who lost loved ones at Virginia Tech. Then we all mail them to a lady who knows some of the survivors and she will deliver them to the families. They picked VT colors for the color combo and everyone posted sympathy cards. I just thought this was a great idea especially for those of us who live far from there and may not know anyone affected. It is a great way to offer our thoughts and prayers to the families who are obviously hurting alot right now. Here is the card I made.

Designer paper from SU (bottom) and chatterbox on top
always artichoke paper, whisper white paper

Markers: pumpkin pie, baroque burgundy, always artichoke
Classic ink: always artichoke

mustard ribbon, circle punches


Melissa said...

Absolutely stunning!

Cheri said...

One of your finest cards ever! i love it. Glad your Houston trip went so well and that you learned of other options. Keep me posted on that topic! I'm prayin' for ya. I think the card idea for VT families, etc. is an excellent idea.

beate said...

I love this card!!!

Amy said...

Hi Melissa! Yes, I still live in Mpls, but in a suburb, if you want to be technical. We actually live in Lakeville, which is about 20 miles south of downtown Mpls. Where do you go to school! I love your cards, here! Time to add ANOTHER blog to my Google Reader. Where or where will I find the time to read all of them! Thanks for stopping by!