Sunday, November 7, 2010

Fairy Song

Hi friends. It's great to be back!!! Weeks of only limited use of my arms was very boring. lol Thank God for audio books. I'm still not back to 100%, so won't be able to leave many blog comments yet, but that too will come with time. Thank you all so very much for your prayers, messages, emails and cards. They have meant the world to me.

This card is for the Flutterby Wednesday Challenge, Alys Sunday Sketch, Raise the Bar, Paper Play Challenges, Crafty Catz Weekly.  I used Shimmerz on the wings and accented the pocket heart and hair flowers with Stickles.

  • The love and caring from my family and friends as I have recovered from my surgeries.
  • My husband finished his last class with a 99.8% grade average!!!
  • I lost 8 lb. due to feeling so bad from the surgeries! Please pray I can keep it off.
It is unseasonably cold here. It dropped 20* the other day and it has sure been a shock to this warm weather lover. :~)  I don't know how people deal with winter clothes, blankets, etc. on a regular basis.  They're so cumbersome.  Okay, enough whining. lol

Have a terrific day!!!!

Inky hugs!


Cheryl said...

So adorable and love the bright cheery colours!!! I do hope you feel better soon.......sounds so painful!!
Hugs xx

Ira said...

First of all I'm sooooo happy to see you're back again Shelly! Hope you had a good recovery from everything that you had to endure! Love the card you just made! TFS, hugs, Ira

carol said...

lovely card, thanks for joining us at Craftycatz x carol

Dana said...

This is so cute!! I just love that your sentiment is simply a music note!! Very effective ; )
Thanks for joining us this week at Raise The Bar!!

Lindsey said...

What a lovely card! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Catz this week x

Tami said...

Wonderful job I love it. Thanks for playing at Aly's.

Tammy said...

Hi Shelley! It's so nice to see a post from you and I hope you are doing better! Adorable card too!
Hugs, Tammy :o)

Jehanne said...

This a wonderful card! Hope you recover fully soon.

Linda w said...

A lovely bright cheery card. Sorry to hear you've had to suffer through operations. My daughter and myself are disabled due to chronic illness, i'm thankful we've never had to undergo surgeries because of it. You are wonderful to keep cheerful, I find my crafting keeps me sane (my family would disagree with the level of my sanity though lol). Take care, hugs lin

Heather said...

Oh that is adorable little girl! Good luck on your surgury. Hope everything goes well for you!

Kayla said...

I love the colors aunt shelly have an amazing day love you!