Hello, dear peeps!
I’m glad to be back home recuperating from my surgery. Thank you all for your kind wishes and notes!
I wanted to share with you the fun step card I made for the very caring nursing staff at the hospital:
Hahaha! Ahhh, those breezy hospital gowns!
(Oops, I see I took this pic before I took out the temporary gathering stitches on the curtain. Ha! I was rushing to get it done before I left for surgery, and the card’s gone on to its new home now.)
The current Art Impressions challenge (#212) is: Bling, Glitter or Glossy. Take a closer look at her glossy patent leather bag and shoes and glittery coat, eyeshadow and hair, and bling earrings:
She certainly makes a bold statement & fits Simon Says Stamp’s Monday Challenge: Red, White and/or Blue.
To make the step card easily, I used the Sizzix Hearts Step-Up die, but folded the first two hearts back down and used the third to help hold the curtain. Easy-peasy! I was in a bit of a quandary about the curtain… With the card open, it looks taller, but folds up it’s even with the left side. I could have made it a smidge shorter when it folds up so that it sits even when opened… what you think???
- Art Impressions Get Well stamp set
- Sizzix Card, Hearts Step-Up die
- Spellbinders Conversation Speech Bubble One Dies
- SugarPea Designs Heart Beat SugarCut die
- Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Petite Paper Pack
- Core’dinations cardstock: red, blue & white
- Memento dye ink – Tuxedo Black
- Copic Markers: B21,29; BG13,15; C1,3; E00,02; R21,25
- Pebbles, Inc. Chalk
- Tonic Studios Nuvo Crystal Drops: Gloss White & Morning Dew
- Kuretake Zig Wink of Stella clear
- Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L tape runner
- Simply Defined ‘Stay Put’ Glue
- Misc. Seafoam gauze material (Hobby Lobby), thread
I’m entering this card in the following challenges… click on any of them for more information on how you can play along:
- Art Impressions Challenge #212: Bling, Glitter or Glossy
- Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Red, White and/or Blue
Thank you for stopping by today. I’ll be back as soon as I’m back on my feet!
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