Sunday, August 10, 2008


This is for today's SCS Featured Stamper challenge. Kim has such a wonderful gallery! It was a hard choice, but as I love Zindorfian scenes as much as Kim does, I just had to case this Zindorf-style card

I sponged the sunset with various Ranger Adirondack inks, then overstamped some braches and birds with black ink. The whole panel is covered with clear MicroBeads using double-sided clear adhesive foil. I added some "Markie'sMom-Dots" with stickles around the scalloped border, and as I don't have such a wonderful border punch as Kim has got, I just used my decorative blade on my paper trimmer. As I am a complete failure on sewing, I did it without any sewing, stitching or what else has to do with needles and yarn... LOL!
I hope you like the card! Perhaps this one was the last I could create for the next few weeks as my dh is just packing his suitcase to go to the hospital tomorrow to have a kidney transplantation. Although I know this is a big chance and luck for us, I'm very much afraid of all the things that might possibly go wrong. Please think of us. Thank you all!

4 comments:

Sankari W. said...

I hope that everything is okay with your husband Christiane - you are in our thoughts. How are you doing? I hope that you have a chance to get some rest during this time. Please email me anytime if you need someone to talk to - you have a friend in Iowa :)
Best wishes to you and to your husband,
Sankari

ps - your card is beautiful - it is a zindorfian masterpiece!

Sankari W. said...

I just received your last email and wanted to just reach over the ocean and give you a hug.
I would love to send you a little something - could you please email me your address at

swegman@mum.edu

i hope and hope that your DH is doing well. I know what you mean about stamping at a time like this - but you know it is kind of like therapy. When my father was sick in June we were visitiing him in Maryland - and I felt like the only thing that helped my mini-depression was creating something pretty.... You are not alone during this time Christiane - I am totally here for you.

Much love,
Sankari

Curt in Carmel said...

Hey there! Just wanted to let you know that you and your husband are in my thoughts and prayers. Read your comment on Sankari's blog, and wanted to come here to tell you I'm thinking about you and your husband! Hang in there and be strong for the both of you! Best, Curt

Sue said...

Me too...a fan to Curt's blog and found your blog through surfing...thinking of you and wishing your husband a quick recovery from his surgery.