This hop is to support our friend and fellow design team member Sue Trembeth. Sue recently lost her brother to esophageal cancer. The color theme for this hop is periwinkle, which is the color of esophageal cancer awareness.
If this is your first stop on the hop please start at
Mynn Kitchen's blog - On a Stampage
If you are on track with the hop the next stop on the hop is
LeAnn Skinner - The Stamping Tornado
Cancer is a terrible disease and it's hard to believe that people still die from it. We lost my step-dad to liver cancer in 2016. More recently my younger brother passed away last month. So I empathize with Sue.
As for the details on how I created this card. Sorry, I won't be providing those today. But I will have a YouTube video available later detailing how it was created.
|Stamps: CTMH Sentiments by Melissa Esplin, Life in Boots|
|Paper: Canson XL Watercolor Paper|
|Ink: CTMH Intense Black|
|Accessories: Water Brush, Ranger Embossing Powder Clear, Arteza Real Brush Pens Coffee, Ash Black, Periwinkle|
A complete list of the supplies is under the picture. The list, contains compensated affiliate links. If you wish to create a similar card. There is no cost to you for using the links. But it does provide funds to help continue this blog.
Thank you for stopping by!
It's beautiful, Mary Ellen.ReplyDelete
So perfect, Mary Ellen! Thank you so much for helping support others today! You are fabulous! Hugs! Mynn xxReplyDelete
So sorry for your losses, Mary Ellen. I really love your card. It is so clean and elegant!ReplyDelete
Mary Ellen- my heart goes out to you on the loss of your little brother, older younger, doesn't matter, brothers are special and I am sure you miss yours ans much as I miss mine. thank you for the lovely card.ReplyDelete
Lovely card - Jacqueline xxReplyDelete
Love the boots....beautiful coloring. I lost my dad to lung cancer 15 years ago. My heart goes out to everyone that has lost a loved one. Hugs....JanieReplyDelete
Thank you! My heart goes to you to. It's hard to lose a parent.Delete
Fab idea, love those boots.ReplyDelete
Great painting on the boots. Beautiful card. I'm sorry for your loss.ReplyDelete