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Simple Healing For A Friend And Update

Thank you all for the kind comments.  Normally I would respond to each, but due to my weakness I am just sending out a general thank you.  This week started my radiation treatments.  Again a new experience.  I had three this week.  Seven to go.  It has made me extremely tired, but I was told this would be the case.  Thursday, I went to a chemo orientation to find out what I will need to do and expect during chemo.  I will have chemo starting May 1st which will last six hours on that day.  Again this will be a new experience.  So all is going well so far.  Being weak is my new norm for now.  Funny how much this whole experience has stopped how busy I used to be.  Definitely a pause in my life.  It is also nice that I am a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator because even with what I am going through, my business still runs.  What a blessing.  The shop now button on this blog still takes you to my store where you can shop away.

Enough of my update.  Now on to stamping.

Simple Healing Card for a Friend

by Phyllis Shepherd, Independent Stampin’ UP!® demonstrator

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papers

Powder Pink Cardstock - #144244

Rich Razzleberry Cardstock - #115316

Whisper White Cardstock - #100730

Painted with Love Specialty Designer Series Paper - #145580

accessories/adhesives/stamp pad

Snail Adhesive - #104332

Mini Glue Dots - #103683

Paper Piecing Tool - #126189

Bone folder - #102300

Simply Scored Scoring Tool - #122334

Stampin’ Trimmer - #126889

Rich Razzleberry Ink Pad - #126950

Metallic Enamel Dots - #141678

Metallic Foil Doilies - #138392

2” Circle Punch - #133782

2 ¼” Circle Punch - #143720

½” Finely Woven Ribbon - #144134

Paper Snips - #103579

stamp set

So Many Shells - #143695

Directions

  • Card Base: Powder Pink Cardstock – 4 ¼” x 11”, scored at 5 ½”
  • Rich Razzleberry Cardstock mat - 3 7/8” x 5 1/8” + 2 ¼” Circle
  • Painted with Love Specialty Designer Series Paper – 3 ¾” x 5”, adhere this to the Rich Razzleberry mat
  • Cut a 5 ½” piece of ribbon and adhere it around the back of the mat. Adhere this to the card base.
  • Whisper White Cardstock – stamp the saying and punch out with the 2” Circle Punch
  • Adhere the Metallic Foil Doily, the Rich Razzleberry Circle and the stamped circle. Place a Metallic Enamel Dot on the circle.
  • Stamp the saying on the inside

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  • Tie a bow and adhere it to the strip of ribbon on the front using a Mini Glue Dot

If you would like a file of the above card, click the link below:

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LeAnne S

What a beautiful card and a great reminder that miracles do happen! Know that you’re not alone in this fight. If there’s anything we can do for you, please don’t hesitate. Love you so much!!

Brenda Lynch

I responded last week on your email--only to get it figured out that I need to comment here. I so will keep you in my prayers--You will be my fourth friend fighting cancer at this time--all three different kinds. I hate cancer with everything in me as it claimed both of my parents--my mom in just weeks, but my Dad lived almost 30 years after his initial diagnosis. You will be in my prayers each day. Thank you for the opportunity to shop here and we will all be here when you are stronger--just take care of yourself and try to keep your strength up as much as possible and from my Dad's Dr 30 years ago--a positive attitude is the majority of this battle. May God Bless you each day!

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