April 23, 2019

A Note of Encouragement with Artfully Aware

I currently have five people in my world who are experiencing major medical struggles, several of them are co-workers. I wanted my colleagues to know they are being thought of by our leadership team so created a few cards we all signed at our morning meeting and popped them into the mail. In spite of all they are experiencing, I hope the thoughts and sentiments provide a smile to their day.




The Artfully Aware stamp set was a perfect choice for a card from the team. I'm not an artist or even a really good color-er (I know, that's not a word, but you get it!), but the Stampin' Blends make shading so very easy. You'll find the list of products used in this project below.


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