The card on the left is the card I made for Jayme and the card or the right is a little gift to her. These are a special RAK for Jayme.
Below is Lisa's post:
I am having a special event for my sister Jayme. She is in her early 50's and has terminal lung cancer. To make it worse, her sweet dachshund Molly passed away a couple weeks ago. Today we learned her cancer has spread to several other areas and her time is running out. I am asking for all my card making friends to send her a fun card...not really get well cards obviously, but something pretty or funny that will make her smile. She is a frog collector so frog cards would be awesome! I have been blessed by all those I design for to have a wonderful offer of blog candy. Details are below on how to enter. I will choose a winner June 2nd.
For this special request she also made a special stamp that is a freebie. So go over HERE to see more details and help her with this special request.
DEETS on my cards:
'knee deep' - SoftPencil digital images (not yet available in her shop), Basic Grey dp, Copics, Zva corduroy brads, Making Memories epoxy flowers, Inksentials Glossy Accents. Inside sentiment - yes, Jayme this card is 'knee deep' in happy thoughts and good wishes for you.
It's your birthday! - SoftPencil digital images (not yet available in her shop). The card started off as a double flap tag card. I added a pocket to the inside using paper piercing and handstitching.
These 2 cards showcase the versatility of Elizabeth's images. The first card the image is handcolored with Copics. The second card the image is digitally colored using a computer program.
Betty aka ZacksNana
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