I created this card inspired by the Stamplorations CAS Challenge with the Optional Twist of Blue, Tuesday Morning Sketch Challenge #547 and the Stamplorations Stencil Challenge!
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What did you do this week to BE KIND?
A: Me? I sent 25 cards to my Grandma's nursing home to keep their spirits up!
Stamplorations Be Kind Die
Stamplorations Star Stencil
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday Week #432-433
Tuesday Morning Sketch #547
Wednesday Creative Inspirations March Pretty Pastels
Great card and love that you sent the cards to the nursing home. Oh I'm sure they loved them.Today I made a Blueberry Crumble and sent some for my daughter and grandchildren and sent some to my sister. Got to make sure everyone has something good to eat during this quarantine.ReplyDelete
Nice card! Awesome that you sent cards to the nursing home. It'll be a high point in their week to get them.ReplyDelete
I offered some rolls of tp to a friend.
Love the ombre color on your cute CAS card. I just mailed a birthday card to a co-worker who I will not see for the next few weeks (as I have opted to not work - I only work one day a week anyway).ReplyDelete
What a generous project.ReplyDelete
they'll be appreciated as
so many homes are on lockdown.
I helped my son package
deer sausage that he'd
made. The individual
packages will be good
when thawed as a snack
or appetizer. thanks
beautiful card, great take on the sketchReplyDelete
Great card in design but also perfect for our world right now! Thank you for joining us at AAA Cards.ReplyDelete
I like the starry background. Great job sending so many cards. I sent one card to a member of our church that is turning 96 this week and one to my stamping friend who has MS and lives in a nursing home. They can't have any visitors right now.ReplyDelete
Important message Meghan! Great way to send it out to everyone. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Keep safe stay home and craft instead!ReplyDelete
I went to shoping to buy things taht we run out and I helped older people :)
My daughters and I made cards to send to their teachers who are trying their best to teach online in the middle of this coronavirus crisis!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card and I bet the nursing home residents loved receiving a card! Thanks for sharing with us at AAA Cards.ReplyDelete
Love this clean and simple design on your card. I sent out a few cards to friends to lift their spirits this week.ReplyDelete
The CAS take on the sketch is wonderful. I'm sure the nursing home will enjoy receiving your handmade cards. Glad you shared your creativity with us this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches. Take care!ReplyDelete
Hmm, I would like to think that I'm kind every day or week, but this week I actually sent out a few Thinking of you cards to friends, and I'm always working on donation cards for a local nursing home.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card. Love the background.ReplyDelete
I helpd my daughters with online school very much. We are all very tired.
I love this! I think stencils are so great and the repeated sentiment just makes a statement. Thank you for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.ReplyDelete
Lovely CAS card! I'm sure the nursing home folks would love your cards. Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Stamplorations March CAS Card Challenge.ReplyDelete
love the ombre look - thanks for joining the March Stencil Challenge over on the STAMPlorations BlogReplyDelete
Great monochromatic card with a fabulous message. I love the little bit of bling you added to "dot" the "i"s. You did a great thing, sending cards to your Grandma's nursing home. Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations CAS.ReplyDelete