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Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Playing with my new dies

Good morning everyone, I hope you are all well or getting there...hugs
Great news about Stephen. Yesterday afternoon, he went out for a little walk by himself. He has previously only been out with supervision (physiotherapist). He was only out for nearly 15 minutes but that must have boosted his confidence tremendously :o) It is still very painful for him to walk and he still gets a bit breathless, but things are looking up for him.
Must say that I was on edge until he got back safely!

And now,  my card for today!



PMS white hammered card folded and cut to 6x6.
Paper is from J&P Pictures.
Glittercard from The Range, cut with Memory Box dies. 
Sentiment is from ancient Woodware word set.
That's all there is to it :o)
Jackie xx



12 comments:

Elaine said...

Hi Jackie I love this card and I have the die at the bottom and it's one of my most used dies? I chop it in two and put it around digi stamps etc , I love it .
thank you for all your visits Sweetie you are so kind . I would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year , love and hugs Elaine

Squirrel x said...

Oh wow hun, no wonder you were on edge! Well done Stephen, that is one heck of an achievement! Gorgeous card sweetie. Hugs xx

Jocelyn aka JoBear2 said...

Ooo, this is beautiful Jackie. Love how you used the dies.

Fantastic about Stephen walking by himself - that's awesome - but I can totally relate to being on the edge of your seat until he returned! Being a Carer myself, I find it more stressful when my loved one isn't with me, although that side of things has improved a little now and I feel a bit more relaxed about when they aren't with me.

Merry Christmas Jackie to you and your family. Thank you for your amazing support and encouragement of my card making - I really appreciate it :-)

Jocelyn x

Sue said...

Oh WOW! That is such great news about Stephen. You must feel so proud of him for sure.
Your card is gorgeous, I love the design and wonderful colours.
Sue xx

Alisonscraftybitzandbobs.blogspot.com said...

Jackie congratulations to Stephen well done to him you must be so proud of him even if you were on tender hooks until he returned. Your card is gorgeous love the design of this. Love Alison xx

Deborah Frings said...

So pleased to hear the progress Stephen has made - I can image you must have been biting your nails! I do hope your shoulder improves too.

Doesn't seem to have any impact on your lovely cards. This one is just gorgeous. I love the warm colours and the sparkle. Great work.

I must also thank you for your lovely comments on my cards, always much appreciated. Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. xx

Myrna said...

What a gorgeous card, such lovely colors and such delicate die cut.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such neat comments.
Myrna
p.s. good on you Stephen, wishing you many more walks soon.

Chrissys for Cards said...

This is a stunner Jackie, love it. So glad to hear that Stephen is coming on so well. Hope you both have a fab christmas and next year Stephen is well on the road to making a full recovery.

coops said...

gorgeous card jackie.the snowflakes are stunning :D
great news about your son, you must be so proud how well he is recovering.

xx coops xx

Wishcraft said...

Fab dies and a lovely card. Great news about Stephen, glad he's recovering well :o) Hugs, Lisa x

Vivienne Holden said...

Fabulous news about Stephen Jackie. He will get there, I have no doubts.
Love this card. It's so striking.
LOVE diagonal stripes and you've made the very best of them on this gorgeous card. xxx

Christine L said...

Isn't it fab to play with new dies? You've put together a gorgeous card with them too.. love the festive red glitter card!

Glad to hear that Stephen is improving.... slow but sure is the right way to do it!

Hugs
Christine x