Thursday, September 27, 2018

Clean And Simple Colon Cancer Awareness

Hello everyone!  I hope  you're having a great day and thanks for stopping by.  My little block of the web has been a little quiet this week as I have been weeding out all of the extras that distract my mind and heart.  I became a card maker because I truly want to spread a little happiness and cheer.  I had a friend who sent me a card every day for a year when I was going through an illness and it made my day!  In my attempt to spread cheer I got involved with a lot of clubs and started making cards by the dozens daily, but it started to feel less joyful.  With that said, I am taking a step back and going back to my roots.  What most people don't know is that I pray over each card for however long it takes me to make one (even if it's one of those that takes hours).  I don't necessarily know who the recipient is, but I trust God does and will answer prayers in only ways He can.  I made two identical cards today.  One is for a friend of mine that I love dearly who is battling colon cancer and the other is for a sweet lady who is also fighting the same illness.  I have not met her and found her through Chemo Angels.  If you're interested in becoming A Chemo Angel please follow the above link!  Without furher ado here is my clean and simple card made prayerfully and joyfully! 

Products used: navy cs, white cs, Hero Arts My Sentiments exactly die/stamp set, Darice Ribbon Cause embossing folder

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  1. Hi Joy, a fabulous clean and simple card for two ladies fighting a horrible disease. I'm sure they will both appreciate your kind thoughts and good wishes for their recovery. Have a wonderful weekend... Megan

  2. What a lovely thing to do Joy. And praying over them is sure to help. You are amazing!

  3. What a nice thoughtful card! So very nice of you to make cards for folks that are going through rough times. Thanks for joining in over at a2z Scrapbooking.

  4. Great CAS design for a special cause! Thanks for linking up to our September challenge gallery at a2z.