July 1, 2015
I have been blessed to know so many wonderful people in my life. And one of the most thoughtful, sweet, caring women I know is retiring tomorrow! She has been a nurse for many, many years enriching the lives of everyone she touches. I am so excited for her new adventures visiting her kids, crafting, and I am sure serving others as she did her parents that she lost in the last two years. She still has and shares the seeds that her father harvested from his garden. So, when I saw the retirement sentiment with the new SU Wild about Flowers stamp set- I knew it was meant for her.
Happy Retirement, Jan!
I was inspired by Nance’s sketch and her card at The Paper Players Challenge # 251.
I loved the crisp color of Watermelon Wonder with Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, and Old Olive. I used the new Lots of Labels framelits to die cut the image. And, I love that Triple Banner Punch- so easy to create the pennant banners!
7/4/15 – Oh, Fourth of July Fireworks!
Thank you Debbie for choosing my card as A Cut Above this week at The Paper Players!
Beautiful card Cindy. Love your design.
Oh Cindy – what a beautiful, thoughtful card for your friend. It is clear you made it special just for her. Awesome color combo! Fun to have you at The Paper Players!
I love those sweet red flowers, this is marvelous! Thanks so much for joining us at the Paper Players!
A great take on the sketch, Cindy! I love the stamp set you chose and it looks so pretty in watermelon wonder. Love the ribbon and the pop of Early Espresso. Isn’t that sentiment awesome?! Such a great set and a great card you’ve made….so glad you joined us at The Paper Players!
Such a lovely card! I love your flowers with a beautiful color scheme. Thank you for playing along with the Paper Players!
Gorgeous, Cindy! A perfect card for your caring, sharing coworker! So happy that you shared this with us this week at the Players!
Love this card Cindy, your stamping is so crisp, and the color combo totally cool. Very nice girlie, can we say “CASEing” this from you… 😊
I love the color combination on your card. My husband is also from around the Pittsburg area. A place called Carnegie, PA.
What is the retirement stamp from? I can’t locate one anyplace.