Saturday, November 14, 2009

A Tribute to Henry

Good morning! I made this card for a special JUGS charity challenge, to honor the life of Henry Anderson. Henry was just three years old when he suddenly became ill and passed away earlier this month. His mother, Sarah, is a very talented stamper, and the very giving stamping community has pulled together to help the family through this tragedy. This digital image, Henry's Snow Angel, was created by Paper Makeup Stamps. All proceeds from the sale of this special stamp will go to the Anderson family.

I used the sketch, SC254, for my card. I could not find a sentiment in my stash of stamps that I liked well enough, so I generated "snow angel" on my computer.

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Supplies ~
Stamps: Henry's Snow Angel (Paper Makeup Stamps)
Cardstock: Pure Poppy (Papertrey Ink), Classic Crest Solar White (Neenah)
Patterned Paper: Sweet Dreams Holiday Avenue (My Mind's Eye)
Accessories: Labels Seven Nestabilities and Tags Trio (Spellbinders), Snowflake embossing folder (Provo Craft), Markers (Copic), Star Dust Stickles (Ranger), Ribbon, Rhinestones, Twine (May Arts), Foam tape, Thread, Sewing machine.


  1. Oh Stephanie, this is GORGEOUS! What a perfect die cut for that image and your sentiment is so perfect! I LOVE you coloring, the layout, and that gorgeous color combo you chose! BEAUTIFUL card, my friend!!

    Thanks for supporting the fundraiser for the Anderson family. I'm praying it helps to defray some of their expenses during such a difficult time.

  2. Awwww Stephanie this is SO adorable and what a great tribute! Love your coloring - great layout - thank you from the bottom of our hearts for participating in this special challenge/charity function. We sincerely appreciate you.

  3. What a wonderful card Stephanie! I love all your stitching! Thank you so very much for playing along with the special challenge in memory of Henry! Many Hugs, Mona

  4. YEAH! Thanks for participating in the special JUGS Challenge! I think you did a FABULOUS job with Henry's image -- that nestie looks like it was made for it :). Beautifully done -- thanks again for playing along!!!


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