Friday, September 26, 2008


If you haven't yet heard about the marvelous prize Carolyn King (Cammie) is offering to help promote World Alzheimer's Day, you may have been under a rock somewhere. But you can read more about it here. You have until 8 PM today to enter. When I posted my entry there were already over 600!

I chose the new "Footprints" set from Our Daily Bread to make a card to send to the staff at The Artman Home in honor of World Alzheimer's Day. I don't have a personal link to this disease, but this is where Cammie suggested we send a card.
This Footprints poem is so inspirational. I am sure I will be using it often and I'm so happy it's part of my stamp collection! You can get yours on October 1st! That's less than one week away!

Did you know that Our Daily Bread Designs is celebrating their 1/2 year birthday? This week marks 1/2 year in business (and many gorgeous stamp sets)! To celebrate, Kelley is offering a special this weekend! Use this special code and get yourself that set you've been eyeing!!

I'll be back soon with the winner of my Blog Candy and an announcement!

Card Recipe~
Stamps: Footprints (ODBD)
Ink: River Rock, Artichoke
Paper: River Rock, Vanilla, Artichoke, Le Jardin DP by SU
Accessories: Charm, fibers, gold brads (SU), McGill Footprint Border punch


Rose Ann said...

This is so very beautiful, Angel!!

nancy morgan said...

Good morning my friend :) ! Just had to pop over and vote...and while I hear, take a look at all your gorgeous creations! I really like what you've done with the footprints set, nice touches with the brad and foot prints at the bottom of the card, plus it's a sweet color combo!! Have a great day...nancy

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Beautiful Angel! I love the footprints poem too, it really is so uplifting and comforting. The footprints along the bottom are just so perfect! Great card for a great cause!

Kelley Holland said...

Thar border is awesome, Angel! Now who else would have that punch but you!!! lol

Michelle said...

I've always loved this verse. Its great to see it in a stamp, and I love the little footprints at the bottom.