Welcome again to a new Teapot Tuesday Destination Station. Just getting this in before the end of the day. It's been kind of busy around here.
Our cards this week are going to Cory who is 20 years old and has suffered with medical problems throughout
his entire life. He was born with Microcephaly (small brain) and he also
has Hydrocephalus (water on the brain) and due to the Hydrocephalus he
has undergone many,many brain surgeries better known as shunt revisions.
Cory also has battled non-hodgkins lynphoma, and had several chemo
treatments. Thankfully, he is now in remission. Cory does attend school when he can. He loves, loves, loves Scooby Doo (his all time favorite). I didn't have anything good for this in my stamp stash, so I went to the Internet and found a great picture of the whole Scooby Doo group with their van. I printed it off and cut it out and put it together with a few other supplies and came up with this card.
Cardstock base - Gina K Designs 120#
DP - Basic Gray Sultry
Sentiment - Stampin Up Whimsical Words stamped with Memento Black on SU Whisper White, cut with a 1 1/2" circle punch and layered on a Scallop circle punched from SU Handsome Hunter.
Trees - Stampin Up - Lovely as a Tree, stamped with SU Handsome Hunter Ink on SU Whisper White.
I took a couple little cuts of Whisper White to make the white strips down the road. They never were great drivers! LOL! If you'd like to play along and send Cory a card, you can go HERE.
Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment. I appreciate it. Hope you have a wonderful day.
Scooby doo is great! Reminds me of my cousin! Great job.ReplyDelete
what a cute image... this one stumped me too, but I do have an idea tho it will be lateReplyDelete
Great card for a great cause! :)ReplyDelete
Maggie - This turned out great! Did you print the image on cardstock or photo paper? It looks like you stamped it as it blends in so well with the rest of the card.ReplyDelete
Thanks Brenda. I printed it out on plain white cardstock. LOL! I posted it in my gallery and someone posted that I did a fabulous coloring. ;) The printer did fabulous coloring.Delete
Scooby doo sure brings back memories! This fun card is sure to brighten this young mans day! TFSReplyDelete
I loved Scooby when I was a kid! You did such a great job with it:)ReplyDelete
What a fun card! I love it!ReplyDelete