Friday 18 June 2021

Stampin' Up! Thank you Card

Hello my crafty friends and welcome to my blog.

Last month my eldest boy broke his ankle. We now joke that he went to watch his younger brother play rugby and he ended up with the broken bone! Friends of our family work at our local hospital and helped keep my son's anxiety at ease. So this card is for them, to thank them for all that they did.

As our friend is a nurse, I thought it appropriate to make a card for a nurse. I hope I have done it justice. The "V" shape for the neck is from the Suit & Ties Dies, as is the pocket. I made the pen up from basic black strip and silver foil strips (one cut thinner than the other). No measurements, just cut how wide you want your pen to be.

The sentiment is from Colour & Contour stamp set which is most appropriate because I do thank our friends for everything they have done and continue to do for my son. With him using crutches to get around for at least another few weeks, they offered to pick my son up and drop him off at the bus stop with their two children as they drive past our house and all three go to the same high school. I cannot get him there and get the little ones ready for their school - if only there were two of me. LOL. I added a thin strip of Coastal Cabana as well as some vellum that I cut shorter than the sentiment and used my Banner Pick A Punch on one side as you can see. Then I looped around some white baker's twine from the essentials pack and raised the sentiment using dimensionals.

I hope you like today's project. If you have any questions, let me know.


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