Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Hand Delivered Note





At 31 I am very blessed to have all my grandparents still living. I try pretty hard not to take them for granted and let them know how much I love them. This week both of my grandfather's have been hospitalized so this week I will be sharing a few projects I made to send them to cheer them up.

I am mailing out this "hand delivered" card later today. Inside the envelope is a personal note. The "stamp" was cut out from Creative Imaginations paper and then "canceled out" with a marker. I like the idea of the hand having painted nails that really looked painted so I painted on embossing ink with a liner brush and heat embossed clear enamel over the red nails. I am mad about tulle these days so I tucked a bit into her shirt sleeve and hand made the little rose with a flower from the Mother's Day Bouquet Cartridge.

Recipe:

Cricut Cartridge: Sentimentals, Mother's Day Bouquet
Patterned Paper: Graphic 45, Creative Imaginations
Ink: VersaMark, Stampendous Clear Embossing
Embossing Powder: Stampin' UP!
Pearl, Tulle: Stash


Thanks for looking,

CarrieAnne

8 comments:

  1. This is such a beautiful way to show your love for your grandparents! I'm sure they will love and appreciate it! I hope they are home and feeling better now! TFS!

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  2. WOW!!!!!!!!!! This is such a sweet Hand Delivered card to give out! You are sooo very creative..wow! I hope your grandfathers are feeling better soon!
    TFS~Raechel
    http://raechelscards.blogspot.com/

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  3. I hope both your grandfathers get well soon! Your post really touched my heart - what a thoughtful thing for you to do!!

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  4. Your designs are just blowing me away lately :) This is fabulous. My thoughts and prayers are with your grandparents...

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  5. this is a great insipration. very original--i like that.
    i sincerely hope your grandpa has a fast recovery.

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  6. WOnderful creation, wishing a fast and speedy recovery to your grandfather thanks for sharing :)

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