Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Get Well soon!

I didn't mean to take a break from blogging after I finished my 100 cards in 100 days challenge but it turned out that way.  I have been very hard at work (and play) : ) and my "photo studio" has been disassembled so even though I have been making a few cards I have been unable to take pictures of them.

I have also had some very unhappy events happening in the lives of some very close people in my life.  My Dad was rushed to the hospital last week with a serious heart problem.  He is home now resting well after having a pacemaker inserted.  That was too scarey! : (  He is 85 years old and I am tremendously grateful we still have him with us.

Two days ago a friend text me to let me know her husband had been rushed to the hospital after having a serious accident in his garage involving his hand and a grinder! He is also home resting after a dreadful ordeal! : (  I made him a similar card to this one.  I surely hope this is the last time I will ever! need to use this ambulance from Papertrey Ink's darling stamp/die set. 

My card design was CASED from one of the design team members for Papertrey Ink but I'm sad that I can't remember which member - so sorry.  They used PTI city stamps but I don't own them so I substituted some sweet houses from a retired Stampin Up set.

The Special Delivery stamp set is really fun and versatile!! Here are the links to where you can buy these products:

Special Delivery Stamp Set
Special Delivery Sentiment Set
Special Delivery Die Collection

That is it for today.  I am so glad to be back and hope to get around to some challenges and visiting more blog friends soon.



KT Fit Kitty said...

I think you deserved a break after 100 cards but so sorry to hear that you've had such sad events going on. Glad your father is okay, and your friend's husband as well. Nice card and I'm sure it was appreciated.

Alanna said...

Your card is super cute. It's unfortunate that you needed these for your dad and your friend's husband. I hope both are on the mend.

Beth F. said...

It is always hard needing to make get well soon cards. I hope your dad and your friend's husband have speedy recoveries! Your card is very adorable and I love all of the colors you used with your stamps!

Kelly said...

hope your dad and friend make full recoveries! love how the ambulance looks raised.

Bananastamper said...

Such a cute card! So sorry to hear why you needed to use it! Sending positive thoughts your way.

Marybeth said...

I am so sorry to hear about all your sad news..glad everyone is on the mend now.
Love this card,I have this set but don't use it enough. Thanks for the inspiration.
I hope the rest of the week will be nothing but blessings!

Carole Z said...

HI Patti, I just thought you'd taken a well earned break after the big 100...I was so sorry to hear about your dad and friend...sending hugs and blessings to all of you...as for your card, it is delightful and I am sure it has made them smile, hugs Carole Z X

OH Babs said...

You needed a break Patti. Sorry there was a need to make get well cards and hope your dad and friend recover quickly and I am sure the card will bring a smile to their faces.

Helen F. said...

Love the Get Well card with your city scene ~ sorry for the reason!
Wishing your Dad and friend very speedy recoveries!

Taunya Butler said...

This card is original and so clever!! What a great thought for someone who needs to know you are thinking of them!!

Manuela said...

Great card, hope your dad is feeling better now, also your friend!

Asha said...

Oh dear... i hope your Dad is feeling better. That must have been scary. And your friend's hand...hope that's healing nicely. These cards will make a difference and perk them up ... for sure.
hugs, Asha