Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Caring Thoughts are With You

Happy Tuesday, everyone! I hope you are having a great day! Gosh, it has seemed like Monday to me all day because of the holiday yesterday.
I made a card today that I am sending to Madison at Funky Cards for her awesome I Feel The Love Project - July. The project this month is to make a card for 3 year old Marley Moore who is battling a cancerous brain tumor and other things no three-year-old should have to endure.
For this card, I used the Die Cutting Diva's Sketch Week #22 sketch. The card was cut from Wild Card at 5". The pink paper is Core Couture and the pink plaid is from DCWV. I used the Seeing Spots Cuttlebug embossing folder on the plaid paper. I cut the little girl from Nursery Rhymes and the dragonfly from Picturesque. I punched two holes in the top of the card and used pink organza ribbon for the bow. I am entering the card in:
Please visit Madison at Funky Cards for more information on her wonderful I Feel The Love Project. It is such an amazing thing she is doing organizing this, and if you can, please send a card for Marley and her family. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great evening :)

26 comments:

Chloe and Her Clip On Koalas said...

I saw that challenge. That sketch looks like a great one to try and you did a fantastic job... your Nursery Rhyme cartridge is one happily lil chirpin cart lately! Love the dragonfly ad the way you used pearl accents across it. Perfect!

Sherrie K. said...

Your card is fantastic Lisa!! I love the sweet little girl and the pearls on the dragonfly is such a cute touch:) Thanks for the info on Marley. I would love to send a card off too!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Mad Crafter said...

Lisa, this is beautiful. Thank you so much. I love that paper. You ROCK! Thanks for posting the link to the project too:)
~Madison funkycards.blogspot.com

Linda B said...

Hi Lisa... yeah, I'm having the same trouble about the day. But heck... I'm retired and everyday is Saturday!
I love this pink plaid paper and the embossing. The little girl is darling!
Thanks for the heads up about Marley. Will head over to Funky Cards now.

Laurie said...

Hi Lisa, this is beautiful!!!! Good luck on the challenge!!!

Pam said...

Good evening Lisa, Thank you again for all your sweet words you left for me. This card is absolutely lovely. Very feminine, sweet. I am going to try to do a card for Marley too. Hugs, Pam at http://craftycards4u2.blogspot.com/

Sweet Magnolia Rose said...

Oh my goodness Lisa!!! I just love your creation !!! It's soo soft and sweet... Thanks for sharing Marley's story...I am going to try to get a card made for her too.

Big Hugs,
Mistyrose
DCD

Karen said...

Lisa such a thoughtful gesture and a beautiful card. It's just heartbreaking when children have to battle a horrible disease at a time in their lives when they shouldn't have any worries.
hope you have a good night too,
Karen

Kim said...

Very sweet card for a sweet little girl! Your Awesome for cheering her up:)
~Kim

Kelly S said...

Very pretty! I love the pearls on the dragonfly and the organza ribbon.

Kelly
http://kellyscraftylife.blogspot.com

Princess Hilda said...

Your card is fantastic.. one of my fav color combo

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All of these cards are fantastic, Color combination and design is so unique. I love these cards.

Karen H said...

Lisa, this is simply gorgeous! So soft and beautiful... I absolutely love how you used the same patterned paper, separated by the lovely pink shadow. Just stunning. The organza and pearls are beautiful accents. Another wonderful creation! Thank you for the information on Marley. So many people to pray and create for. You are a blessing!

Hugs and blessings. :o)

Arlene said...

Beautiful card Lisa! I love that you used the same patterned paper for the girl and dragon fly as well! :)

Arlene.

Amy said...

Beautiful and lovely card, and thank you for passing on Marley's information. How hard it must be for her family. Thank you for passing on the information, so I can do a card as well. :)Amy

DIANA L. said...

This card is so pretty I love everything about it. I just love doing these cards for a reason don't you? When it makes someones day brighter, all the better. Love blogging with you, you are so creative.

seo greece said...

Really beautiful and gorgeous card. i love these designs.

Shelly said...

Gorgeous! Glad I saw your post I will try to get a card out for sweet Marley. TFS!
Shelly

Georgiana said...

Your card is AWESOME! I love the colors, the cuts, the ribbon, the sentiment, EVERYTHING! I am so glad you joined Die Cuttin' Divas again this week. : )

Georgiana
Carson's Creations

Cre8tiveVet said...

Pink and brown is one of my favorite color combinations! You made such a beautiful card. It also reminds me of Neopolitan ice cream. Thanks for joining us at DCD. -Yvette
cre8tivegirls.blogspot.com

Jessica said...

I love this! You never cease to amaze me. Your silhouette background is awesome with the design matching in front! Great dragonfly, too. Beautiful!

Creative Diva said...

Hi friend! Great way to follow the sketch. I love the colors you picked out. It's my favorite. Thanks for playing along with us at DCD.


Hugs,
Patty
creativediva98.blogspot.com

Susan said...

Hey Lisa!

I'm catching up with your blog here. We've been gone the last few day and now I have to see what you've been up to. Beautiful card! I love how you did the same pattern with the cuts as the background paper! I never would have thought to do that but it works and looks wonderful! Ok, on to your next post............

Susan

MyCuriousCrafts said...

Hi Lisa, super pretty card...love it. You did an amazing job once again. ~Shen

Paper Deckerations said...

This is absolutely fantastic! I love the way you put it all together! Super job! Thanks for joining us at DCD this week!

Dayna Sabrina said...

Lovely card! I think I have this paper! It came in one of DCWV's really big paper packs. I bought it when I first started crafting years ago, and I still have a bunch of it! You did a wonderful job on this card. I really like it. ~ Sabrina

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