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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Strip Please - She Loved Behaving Badly! ;)

Coffee of the Day - Salted Caramel White Mocha

So did my post title catch you off guard? 'Strip Please' is the name of the newest challenge over at Hope You Can Cling To on Split Coast Stampers. the idea is to use strips of paper or cs behind your main image. I went a weeeeeee bit sassy with my interpretation and grabbed this oh, so fun digi from That's Fabulous on Etsy for mine. She has the most outrageous digis that capture vintage and a bit of sass all at the same time. some are flat out beautiful, too.

When Victoria was trying to come up with a challenge theme for HYCCT, I was telling her that I was constantly being told to dis-robe by one doctor, nurse, or medical technician for test after test, exam after exam.  She loved the idea so much she named her challenge after it! :)


papers are Basic Grey Serendipity cut with a MFT chevron die. perfect way to use those thin scraps! pretty flower is also from Etsy. buttons are from my vintage stash. lots and lots of shimmerz paint, stickles, and spica glitter pen accents on here for that glam touch. the ribbon was part of a gift, so I'm sorry I don't have the mfg.

I had some bad news today from my radiation oncologist regarding my cancer. I have a lot of tests and biopsies to go through in upcoming days, so will only be posting short messages with my cards for HYCCT and World Card Making Day. I want to spend as much time with my family as I can. all of the boys will be home this weekend and I need the time with them desperately. I do hope you can understand.

hugs and lots of love to you! :)

13 comments:

Joan Bardee said...

Oh Jennifer. I am so sorry that you received bad news. I check in every day hoping that you get good news, as you deserve it. I hope you enjoy your time with your boys this weekend. Hugs.

Jenny said...

Hi Jennifer, loads of love and luck for the tests you have to have...gotta hate this roller coaster we are on!!! Strap on those Brave Girl boots if you can! Enjoy your family time. Love your fun card! xxxx

Jenn Borjeson said...

My sweet friend, you are always in my thoughts. It's so damn unfair that you can't just get some good news... sending you all my love and keeping you in my thoughts & prayers every day. xoxoxoxo

*Vicki* said...

What a gorgeous card girl!! Love your fabulous background design!! I've only done my first one...so I'm hoping to delve into this weekend some more. Thanks for sharing and hope you've doing well my friend! HUGS

teepee said...

Yes, yes, yes, spend time with your family. We are here in a supporting role. Praying for peace.

Pam said...

Jen,

So hate to hear that news is not good. Know I am praying! Enjoy your family and get plenty of hugs while they are all home. Love the title of your post though, it had me wondering what you had been up to! :) Take care!!

{{{HUGS}}}
Pam

Penny said...

Jen, your card is fabulous! Love your naughty image and the die cut she is on. Love all those wonderful chevron layers, the colors, and the design! :^)
As to your news: we will still all be here for you when you need us; we will be praying for your miracle to happen.
Sending you lots of soft hugs,
Penny

tina said...

Praying that good things come your way.

Tina
aurathentic@gmail.com

Helen said...

I love this card - so naughty but nice! I hope you get some better news soon. Treasure your moments with your boys this weekend. I bet they can't wait to see you too! x

Susan Raihala said...

Hugs, Jennifer. Big hugs.

Lisa-Jane said...

I'm so sorry that the news is not better, if only good wishes could push cancer away then crafters would never ever have to deal with it. Sending you much love.

Cath said...

I continue to pray for you, Jennifer. Family time is so important. I hope you can enjoy it to its fullest. Hugs to you, my friend.

Tracy said...

So sorry to hear you're getting bad news again Jen. :-( Keep looking up sweetie. He'll never leave you. Praying for you and thinking about you. Big hugs!