Wednesday, May 29, 2013

I Wouldn't Have Missed Being Your Friend Card

Hello Everyone, Terre here with a semi-simple card that you can create fast and simple! Simply choose a wonderful sentiment from Quietfire Designs. For this card I chose to use a special sentiment that has so much meaning right now in my life, "I Wouldn't Have Missed Being Your Friend", I created this card to send to my friend, four weeks ago she was diagnosed with stage four cancer and I am truly heart broken. When I looked through my amazing stamps from Quietfire Designs this one just spoke to me so I will be sending this to my friend.
 

I inked up my Spellbinders 3D M-Bossabilities Framed Labels Eighteen using Tsukineko Versa Magic Perfect Plumeria chalk ink and white cardstock, ran it through my Grand Calibur Machine and just look at that perfect letterpress technique.
I took my sentiment stamp and Tsukineko Memento Black ink and stamped it right on my embossed image. Just look at that detail!
 
Remember, Quietfire Designs carries most of the items you will see here in my blog post and make sure you like us on Facebook so you can see more inspiration from the talented design team! Thank you for stopping by my blog post and leave a comment, we love to hear what you think! Crafty Smiles, Terre

 

6 comments:

  1. Francie in MontrealMay 29, 2013 at 4:53 AM

    So sorry hear about your friend. I wish you both strength and courage for the coming days. She will love your card. It is simply beautiful.

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  2. it's a lovely card and your friend will enjoy it. Thank you.

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  3. Sending healing Light to you and your friend.
    Lovely simple and elegant card.
    thanks for the tip of using chalk ink.

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  4. lovely card. nice embossing folder.
    Have a great day

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  5. Beautiful card Terre. So sorry about the reason for it.

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  6. I'm so sorry to hear about your friend Terre! I wish her comfort and peace. Beautiful card.

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