Tuesday, 25 September 2007

A card for Victoria

Some of you might have seen out there in card-making blogland that lots of people are making cards for a young lady called Victoria. Victoria has cancer and her teacher is trying to help her achieve the goal of receiving cards from every state in the US. I thought it would be fun to join in and send one from England so here's my card for Victoria:



The deadline is 27th September so there's still a couple of days if you want to join in. There are details here.

Supplies: Singing Swirly Bird stamp (Cornish Heritage Farms), Hello stamp (Woodware), Ranger Archival jet black and Whispers Rich Plum ink pads, Prismacolor pencils (mulberry and canary yellow) and Sansodor, vellum embossed with Cuttlebug D'vine swirls folder, silver thread, sewing machine, scallop frame cut on CraftRobo, ribbon from stash, chipboard tag made from thick packaging card, silver glitter gel pen.

11 comments:

Kathy said...

oh this is sooooo pretty Joanne. I love that little birdie!

Leigh said...

adorable card Joanne.

Courtney Fowler said...

Very, very cute card! Thank you so much for helping to brighten Victoria's day!!

Montysmum said...

What a lovely card and a lovely cause! I will pop a card in the post tomorrow and hopefully it will get there in time!

Rosie (Freycob) said...

What a beautiful card Joanne. That lil' birdie is so cute...

I hope Victoria gets loads of cards to fulfill her wish.

EllePiggo said...

What a beautiful card.:)
Vanessa.

Kaz said...

Gorgeous card Joanne, I'm sure she'll be really pleased with it.

Hazel said...

A lovely card, Joanne.

My Paper World said...

So Pretty, I love that little birdie, and the colours are gorgeous!

Flossie's Follies said...

This card is fantastic, it is great how many of us bloggers are sending her cards. We are certainly a wonderful group of people

Em said...

What a completely thoughtful thing to do - love the card.