When I was in nursing school in 1967; Tina and I lived together for about 6 months. As kids at home, we used to fight all the time. We shared a bedroom for a number of years.When she got married in 1968, I was her Maid of Honour. I wanted her to be my Matron of Honour at my wedding, but she was 8 mos. pregnant with her son when Opa and I got married so my younger sister was my Maid of Honour.
Tina and I live about 1 1/2 hours away from each other and we don't see each other very often. I often wished we lived closer as now we get along very well together and our hubbies do as well. Tina & her husband love golfing and golf every weekend. This year because of the mild weather she and her hubby managed to golf 4 times but only 9 holes each outing because of her hubby's heart condition.
Here is the get well card I gave her on Sunday which she loved:
This card was very easy to make. Some punched out squares, a butterfly punch, some bling and a crochet flower and Hey, Badda Boom, Badda Bing and you have a nice card!
Here is the card I mailed to her yesterday. I'm sure she will really like it.
Here is the inside of the card.
The pink paper is from Bazill and came already embossed. The black card stock is from Stampin Up. I used my MS Butterfly Punch as well as a square scallop punch. The inside butterflies were punched with a Creative Memories punch and I also used an EK Success punch for the swirl. The 2 small flowers on front of the card on the ribbon are the negatives of this punch. The crochet flower is from my stash which I enhanced with a Stampin Up brad which my Stampin Up rep gave to me as a thank you for placing an order with her. The flat back pearls and pink crystals are from my stash. This card took a little longer to make but I really like it. I feel it is one of the best cards I have made. The sentiment is from Class Act - a Canadian Stamp Company and I used CTMH's Hollyhock ink.
I hope this card will cheer her up and let her know that I love her and am thinking of her and hoping and praying that she gets well soon.