Thursday, November 5

Have you ever cried???

While coloring an Image?? I did today! I came on today looking for a challenge or two to do as usual and saw the post on the challenge blog about Sarah Anderson losing her son Henry this week due to a virus. I do not know Sarah but I just can not imagine the pain that family is going through right now. I am a mom of 2 and noni to 2, my grand daughter is 3 which is how old Henry was so this really hits close for me. Pink Cat Studio is selling this cute digi stamp to raise funds to buy a tree to plant at the zoo in Henry's memory. To find out more about the fundraiser and to learn more about Sarah and Henry go here. I made this card with the Twisted Thursday Challenge, and the Cute Card Thursday challenge in mind. The layout is from Twisted Thursday and the twist was to use kraft card stock or a paper bag on your card, the bottom layer is kraft. The challenge at CCT was to use primary colors. Head on over to the Pink Cat Studio and get this image PLEASE!
Image- Pink Cat Studio
Card stock- PTI
Designer Paper- Basic Grey
sewing machine


Debbie said...

Sending my thoughts and prayers to Sarah's family. I can't imagine what she must be going through. Stephanie thanks for sharing!

Jennifer Scull said...

what a precious card in tribute. and a lovely job on the S2G challenge. yes, I have cried while making cards before, and I'm sure I will again. I think it makes those particular cards extra sweet. hugs to you for making this!

Anne said...

Stephanie your card is beautiful and made with love and compassion, who could ask for more?

You've made a lovely card for Twisted Thursday, thanks

Anonymous said...

Very pretty card, you are very kind!!

Justine said...

This is an adorable card and such a touching story. My heart goes out to that family and I am sure they would be touched by your sentiments. Thanks for joining us for Twisted Thursday

cats whiskers said...

Stunning card sweetie, I had to go and buy this image, what a sad sad thing for any family
Hugs Jacqui x

Shirleys2Girls said...

Stephanie...yes I too read the Blog about this precious little guy! Oh so sad...and I too can't imagine, our hearts go out to the family. Bless the Stamp Company for the sweet stamp. You did a sweet job with this too. TFS...DEIDRE & KRISTINE

Karolyn Loncon said...

Yes, this is one of the saddest stories ever. If my kids were closer, I would have hugged them alot the day I heard this story. Your card is so sweet, and I know will be so appreciated by Sarah's family. I subscribe to her blog, and have followed her work for awhile now. I feel as though her pain is mind . . . obviously, you do, too. Beautiful project, my friend.