Wednesday, October 9, 2019

More Cards For Little Hearts

While shopping at Tiddly Inks recently I checked out their freebie section and picked up this cute reindeer image and that is what I used to make my cards. I computer generated the sentiment and used pattern papers from my stash that I had bought many, many years ago along with white card stock.


I made a really simple scene but I still like it. I tried to make it look like snow banks on the bottom of the card.

If you want to make some cards (even one will do) for this great cause here is a LINK to all the information. I also have it advertised on my sidebar. There you can see the dates for the drive. These cards are handed out by the doctors and nurses to the child patients in hopes it makes them feel more cheered. No envelopes are needed either and they really only want A2 size cards.

Well another nice day today but they are saying by Friday we may be having a winter storm. I am not looking forward to that and I only hope it stays away long enough for me to get a haircut tomorrow. I need it bad as I can see my bangs and that is not a good sign for me. LOL

Take care everyone and thanks for visiting. I love the comments you leave me.

God bless,
Verna

16 comments:

Mac Mable said...

What a cute reindeer and love the movement and he sure looks like he is jumping and running for joy. Why do we hoard our papers!!!? Great card to reproduce and thank you for sharing this adorable card. Hope the Winter storm passes through quickly and hope you manage to get your haircut tomorrow x.

Liz said...

The little reindeer is adorable, Verna and I love the CAS scene you've created for him. Hope you manage to get your haircut tomorrow. I'll be at the hairdressers too tomorrow. xx

Leslie Miller said...

Very adorable, Verna! The scene is so pretty and I love that you kept it somewhat simple. I sure hope your storm stays away long enough for you to get out for your haircut. After that you can stay cozy and warm at home with your furnace in good working condition.

Doreen said...

Beautiful,love the cute reindeer.xxx

Donna Ellis said...

Completely SWEET, Verna, with beautiful details to your scene. I always admire how you create lovely scenes for your focal images. It's hard for me to do, so maybe I enjoy it all the more when seeing that technique employed elsewhere. Delightful sentiment, too! hugs, de

Shona Erlenborn said...

These are so sweet Verna. That little Rudolph jumping around in the snow banks is precious. Love the sky too!

Christina said...

This reindeer is absolutely adorable and I love the winter scene, Verna! Such fun! Thank you so much for your help this year again. Hugs.

TK said...

Cutie cards, and what a great find in the freebie section! You've done great making the cute scene!

Carol L said...

How kind of you to donate your cards to such a good cause. I love this whimsical little reindeer and the sentiment you created is just perfect!

laurie said...

What a fun winter scene! I love the deer leaping through the snow. Got any snow your way? we are waiting to get some here today.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Another fun set of cards. You are rocking these out!

Lisa Babitz said...

TOO CUTE!!!!! I love these!! Your snow scene is perfect; Rudolph really stands out nicely on the white banks you created.

wannabcre8tive said...

So cute. Love the happy little reindeer. He is adorable. He likes the snow. Hope you didn't get much of a snow storm and was able to get your hair done.

Lisa said...

oh my I LOVE that reindeer! So cute... and what a pretty design!

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

I LOVE this - such a fun reindeer!

KT Fit Kitty said...

I love scene cards! This is beautiful, Verna! I like how you made the snowbanks!

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