Back in October, my great-niece Kaya caught the enterovirus D68 and was in the pediatric ICU in Emmanuel Children’s Hospital in Portland, OR for a week. It was pretty scary for the whole family, but she is fine and fabulous now! I made her a card:
There was a matching envelope – which I didn’t take a picture of. Please excuse the poor lighting; I think this picture was taken around 10pm with just an Ott light for lighting! I think it came out pretty cute. They have a small farm, so I thought the designer paper was appropriate.
This last Saturday my niece held a party for her daughter, Hannah, for graduating from high school early. I made her card and envelope:
I’m pretty happy with how they turned out! I’ll be putting them on my “Cards I’ve Made” page with info on the supplies used, etc.
And last, but not least, a picture or two of our Amy that we rescued back at the end of June 2014. She’s a hard one to get a good snap of, and the lighting in our house is horrible. These aren’t the greatest, but you’ll get the general idea. Amy is quite small, only about 6-7lbs. And yes, Mrs. Weenie needs to be renamed Mrs. Jabba-the-Hut-Weenie. I am after Les about overfeeding her (he loves to feed her from the table – big as life, twice as natural – and deny it to your face). I’ve shown him pictures of Obie, the 77lb doxie that lost all that weight, and told him that she is headed in that direction, but it just goes in one ear and out the other. She’s at 20lbs right now (we were shocked when she was weighed at the vet’s the other day that she didn’t weigh more) and Sis and I will keep trying to keep her from gaining any more. Amy looks like she could be Mrs. Weenie's puppy, but Amy is actually a few years older!
|Typical - Mrs. Weenie is top dog when it comes to being around Les!|
Well, that’s it for now. Thanks for stopping by!