I know many of you have been receiving cards via mail over the last few years, but due to health reasons, I can no longer make mass amounts of cards at once. In short, the meds that eliminate the headaches knock me out and if I take them long term, I will have kidney damage, so I have opted to make an e-mail card instead. I will try very hard to photograph them to the best of my abilities. I'm looking forward to this new e-card venture/update so that I may share my cards with an infinite amount of friends/family.
I hope everyone is staying warm! It's been so very cold here in Georgia. Next week, we're supposed to have 50's during the day and 30's at night. That's much better than 30's during the day and teens at night!
Tom started 'orientation' this past week and starts class Monday. He's now attending South University's PA Program and will finish in 2 1/2 years. I've been a little under the weather so I don't have much other than this card to report.
I have had a Big Shot (machine that embosses or cuts out shapes) for a year now and have hardly used it until today. I found an "embossing folder" (a plastic piece that has shapes or designs) with snowflakes so I used solid blue paper and embossed the snowflakes into the paper. To those that don't stamp, just ignore the "deets" (details) below.
DEETS: paper by Stampin' Up (Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery), rubber stamp image by Elzybells NA, rubber stamp sentiment by A Muse Artstamps, ribbon by Offray, paper embossed with Quikutz "Snowflake".