This card was made by Kathy Winter. Her Facebook page is Create with Kathy. Don’t you love the fun fold on this cute card?
Notice Kathy didn’t write on the card. I often do that when I give cards, so the receiver can “recycle” it and send it on to someone else. I have been writing on my #imbringingbirthdaysback cards. Do you think I should send them blank with a post it note greeting?
This card is from Shannon West who started the #imbringingbirthdaysback. Shannon’s birthday is coming up on May 13. It would be great if we all send her birthday cards! Her address at Stampin’ Up! is below. I know if looks funny with the South and West in the third line, but it is correct.
12907 South 3600 West
Shannon is sending out hundreds or thousands of cards. I’m going to send her some stamps to help with at least my card and a handful of others. I feel a lot of pressure. I would love to make her an awesome card.
My Stamping friend, Connie, is in the hospital tonight. She has cancer. Please pray for her for relief of pain and relief of infection. I hope you’re back home soon Connie!
My BSF and Stamping friend, Barb, and I finished the 23 gift bags for BSF (Bible Study Fellowship). Barb headed up this project and did most of the work. I just assisted a little. We had some help filling them with individually packed snacks and gave them to the staff at the two churches where we have BSF. Here’s a picture of the gift bags. I hope it brightened their day and encouraged the staff.
Abby is happy to be done with the AP Chem test and is now getting ready for AP Lit. This should be an easier test.
Keegan was happy to be home tonight after eight weeks of play practice. He did mow the back yard and put out the weekly trash, but still had hours to do what he wanted! He’s busy thinking up a name for a band he wants to start.