Sunday, 14 August 2011

Cards for Ryan Appeal

Firstly, I'd like to welcome my new Followers, welcome on board it's great to have you join us.  I hope you'll find the time to drop back now and then to check on what I've been up to in my crafty space !

Now on to today's project.  I received an email from a lovely crafting pal of mine in the USA Meredith Winston detailing an appeal for cards.  I won't repeat all the details as you can read more here if you wish to join in and send a card.  Suffice it to say that a friend of Meredith's brother was involved in a serious accident and is currently undergoing rehabilitation.  My card today is the one I am planning to post to Ryan at the hospital and I hope that in some small way it helps him along the way to recovery.   If you have a card lying around that you could send, that would be so lovely, apparently the staff read all the cards to Ryan and it is positively impacting his rate of recovery to know that so many people are thinking of him.

I decided to create a CAS card as, being just one layer, it will be more reasonable to post to the USA than one with lots of embellies on it.   It's a C6 base card with the Get Well sentiment by Dark Room Door stamped along the lower edge with Memento Paris Dusk ink.  The cute teddy from a Nit Wit Collection set of stamps was also stamped with the same ink and coloured with Copics.  I added Glossy Accents to the ribbon and the heart on the top left and considered it done. 

I don't know where the grey spot has appeared from on the upper left of the piccie, it certainly isn't on the actual card, so apologies for the less than perfect quality of the pic.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post.


CraftyMomOf2 said...

Oh Wynneth - thank you from the bottom of my heart!!! You are a great friend to me and I'm so blessed to have such special people in my crafty world!!

I'm sending you your digi prize pack now!!

HUGS my darling friend!


Kathyk said...

Oh how I love those Dark Room Door and Nitwit sets!

Fab card and a worthy cause


Lauren Hatwell said...

What a great idea and a beautiful card. It's nice to be able to do something, no matter how small, to help someone out isn't it. Lx

Annie said...

such a cute get well card Wynneth - I'm catching up with you!
hugs, annie x