So, lately I've been thinking about my friends and how much they effect me. There are different people in my life who make me feel different things, who I learn from, and those I just really enjoy being around.The past week and a few days, I was recovering from having my wisdom teeth out, yeah, I know, why did I wait so long? Anyways...I had a lot of time to think and ponder. That could be good or bad...you never know with me. I also had time to make a few cards to send a few special people the cards I made. The first card I made for my best friend, Liz. She is great. She has always been there for me and I try to return the favor. I feel she deserves great things and sometimes I feel bad because I don't feel she feels this way about herself. When I came up with this card, I thought of her. Letting her know to "emrace life" I used groovy guava and purely pomegranate card stock. I also embossed the "embrace life" and added ribbon I got at Michaels.
For the next card, I was inspired by my friend, Angie. Every time I see Tinker Bell, I think of her. So when I saw this paper and stickers at Michaels, I had to get it and come up with something to make for her. Hopefully she has already received the card! I met Angie at Nicole's and thought she was great from the get go. As I got to know her, I realized we had a lot in common and she was easy to talk to. I miss hanging out with her, sipping wine and just talking about anything and everything!
The 3rd card I made for my friend, Nicole. I just got this "Friendship Blooms" stamp set from Stampin' Up! I used some card stock I had in my stash and some of the Tinker Bell paper.
The last card I made for my friend, Tina. This was a gradual friendship:o) When we started hanging around each other more, we had a lot of fun! Then we shared stories and experiences and it blossomed into a beautiful friendship. I used the same stamp set as Nicole's, but just changed everything.
I've met a lot of other people that have touched me in some way, good and bad. And I've learned a little something from each experience. I'm thankful to each and everyone of them. That's all for today.