It’s my second week after I started with my 4th Chemo. Still feeling weak, but obviously I am doing better than the second weeks from previous chemo. Yesterday I met my oncologist and asked what would he do if after 6 chemo cycles we still can see the cancer cells. I was happy to hear that he would prefer to wait for a couple of weeks to see how it develops. I cannot imagine if I have to undergo more than 6 cycles. So, lets hope that we kill them all!!
Today’s card is a Thank You Card. I got this cool background stamp from Hero Arts. The Glitter pot had it on 50% sale a couple weeks ago.
I stamped the images and drew the outline with Copic Multiliner to give more definition. I really like how the card came out.
Today I made 2 colorful cards. I basically only reproduced the cards. I wanted to try to make a card with a window and floating image like Papertrey Ink shows on their make it monday. I found the card very sweet.
Solid Card Stock: Simply Chartreuse (Papertrey Ink), Pure Luxury Layering Weight Card Stock (Gina K), Kraft Paper (Papertrey Ink).
Patterned Paper: Splash (Echo Park)
Stamps: Turning a New Leaf, Daydreamer, Beautiful Butterfly, Counting My Blessing (Papertrey Ink)
Dies: Counting my blessing, Beautiful Butterfly, Limmitless Layers: 1 ¾” Circle (Papertrey Ink), Framelits Dies Set Circle (Sizzix)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Hibiscus Burst, Simply Chartreuse, Orange Zest, Scarlet Jewel (Papertrey Ink), Daffodil Delight (Stampin Up)
Miscellaneous: Copic Multiliner, Germstone, Acetate sheet
I enjoyed making this card, so I thought I would do another one. And here it is. Another beautiful window card with floating image:
Here are for the detail:
Hi! Yesterday evening I gave a second attempt to finish my Scarlet Jewel card. This is the result. I am not yet so happy, but I thought I had to finally make something out of it. In the beginning, I tried to use some of my patterned paper. But then at the end. I decided to not use any of them. This card looks so simple, but it took a lot of time for me to finish it.