...give a card. I have to admit I have quite a stash of cards that I've built up over the years. I often think "Will I ever use them all"? Probably not, is the answer to that. Cards are important because they show someone you are thinking of them, which hopefully brightens their day.
I had some very sad news back in November, my cousin was diagnosed with cancer. After numerous tests, it was revealed the cancer had spread to many parts of her body and there is nothing anyone can do.
Jane is a lovely, kind hearted lady who has always been my favourite cousin. She's down to earth, honest and never lets life get in her way. Even now she is in high spirits, which I find remarkable.
Jane moved to a hospice yesterday and has been told she has a matter of weeks to live.
What do you give?
I made this card for Jane. A pretty, feminine card. I hope it'll bring some light to her day, even if it's just for a seccond.
This was one of the hardest cards I ever had to write. If there is a God out there, may you watch over Jane, relieve her pain and if possible, perform a miracle.
Recipe: Papertrey Ink Stamps -Up, Up and Away Sentiments, Time for Spring Tags, PTI -Ripe Advocado Ink, Cream Cardstock, White satin ribbon, Pink Petticoat "Spring Wishes" papers
Tools: Scalloped/Circle Nestabilities
Sorry for my absence lately, I have a lot going on at the moment but I will be back soon on a happier note. Thank you for taking the time and reading my blog today.