I want to share a card that I made this evening but before I do, please take the time to read the following---
While visiting a fellow blogger's Blog this evening, I came across a very interesting post that kind of hit home with me. The posting came from Julie's Open Window and the topic of conversation was "More New Friends...More Inspiration" I asked her if I could copy parts of it and post it on my blog and she so graciously agreed. She opened the posting by saying---
"Thanks to all of you who have kindly taken the time to send a quick comment on my recent posts. As bloggers, we know that a comment is the lifeblood of our blogs." I could not agree with her more, your comments are very important to us! How I wish more of you would take the time to comment. She closed the posting by saying---
"So I hope you will take a moment to check out 'The Blogs I Absolutely Love', stop by a few and leave an encouraging comment. It's important for us to know you're out there waiting for our next post." Again, a statement that speaks for itself! For all of you that are out there "lurking" please take the time to post a comment, it means so very much to us!
You can read the entire post on her blog---
With that being said---here is the card I made tonight, it could be a sympathy card or just a card for someone who may need some added support. It was made with Spellbinders Rose Edgeability then chalked. The words through the window were computer generated on a layer of vellum. A separate sheet of paper was cut 1/4 inch shorter than the base card, folded and sandwiched between the vellum and the back of the card. I thought the paper I had in pink would go with the color of the chalk but it clashed so I opted for white until I am able to find a color of pink that matches. Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you again tomorrow!
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