Saturday, August 29, 2009

Get Well Wanted

Good morning, Friends! It was really hard to go a whole week and not be able to post anything. But it's official. The computer guy pronounced my computer - dead. Yep. There was nothing else to do with it. I know that he gave it his best and he even asked around and looked up the problem to see if there was some kind of solution. My brother will be out over Labor Day weekend and will look at it, too, but I don't hold out much hope. Bummer. Real bummer!! I had stuff on there that I can't replace. And I hadn't backed a lot of it up with a CD either. And then I find all this out right after I take my son to the orthodontist. You guessed it! The poor boy needs expanders on top and bottom. He has teeth that are growing on the inside of his other teeth because there is no more room. Computer or braces? Well, you can see the dilemma! Life goes on. Right now I am using my husband's computer. It will work for now. And I can get my e-mails from my phone so all is not lost.

Today's card is one I made from a sketch that I had found a while back. There is a man in our church who had a liver transplant and we all thought it would be great if we showered him with cards so this is one I made for him. Now I better get it in the mail! It really was simple! I pulled out a stamp set that I hadn't used in a while. I think it makes a great "guy" card. I also used the Perfect Details texturz plate for the background. Well, thanks for not giving up on me! Have a great weekend!!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Wanted, Sincere Salutations; Paper-Kraft, Soft Suede, Bermuda Bay, Dusty Durango; Ink- Dusty Durango, Soft Suede; Accessories- vintage brads, Perfect Details texturz plate, Big Shot, scallop edge punch, sponge, small star punch, dimensionals


  1. Would you please email me? I have a question to ask you. Thanks!

  2. I love your work and check your website everyday. :-) Please keep posting your projects when you can, they are very inspirational!

  3. i really like the simplicity of this card. and the masculine bent. i hope it is okay if i CASE it (for personal use). i love your cards, very left brained for the most part!!!