Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Innocence delivers a letter

Is there anything nicer than receiving a letter in the mail? I made this card to cheer up my sister in law who is undergoing chemo. I know emails are more efficient and certainly I use email a lot! But there is nothing like checking your mailbox and finding mail from someone who loves you.

This is an Innocence digi image. That's my new embossing folder that created the label (I then cut it out). Add some pp and there you have it!

It is a cold and freezing rain evening here. Don't know how the roads will be in the morning, but all activity is halted tonight. Winter brings such a mixture of weather!! Stay warm, stay safe and send a card to someone you love - soon!

8 comments:

Virginia L. said...

What a masterpiece to get in the mail!! Your SIL will love this, Judy!! You created with your heart and love and this card totally shows (so adorable)!

Barb said...

I have a feeling this made your sister-in-law feel a whole lot better! Love the pink, the plaid, the die cut shape and the adorable image! Wonderful card, Judy!

Lin said...

So very sweet - love this image, and I bet it will bring a smile to her face!

Dawn said...

this is just awesome Judy. I have this little image and it is delightful. I have to do a card for my SIL who also is doing Chemo - her 2nd round starts today. This has inspired me....

GrammySue's Creations said...

Hi Judy, This is a very cute card--love the pink and that little girl is adorable. I am sure that your sister in law will love this card and that it will cheer her up. You did a wonderful job.

donna mikasa said...

Such a sweet card! I think there's nothing better than a handheld, handmade card to cheer someone up. I'm sure your SIL will love it!
Keep warm!

Alice Wertz said...

this is so sweet, Judy!

Tiffany said...

This is so charming and sweet! Really love the colors on this card!