Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Thank You Card for Physical Therapy

Hey everyone!  Brace yourselves....  I actually made a card!!!!  :)  Woo hoo!!!!  My mom came over today and asked if I could help her make a thank you card for her last day of physical therapy.  I told her "no problemo" and this is the little beauty that we came up with!  She had knee surgery back in August, so you can see that this little skeleton comes complete with a titanium knee cap!  :)  Hope you enjoy!

A2 sized card
Paper Doll Dress Up- skeleton cut at 3.94"
Everyday Paper Dolls- crutches cut at 6.53" & 5.82" (top crutch)
Hoot 'n' Holler- heart cut at 1"
Cuttlebug- swiss dots
Peachy Keen Stamps- Retro Paper Doll Face Assortment
Inkadinkadoo Stamps- Thank You words
Stickles- Christmas red
Silver mini brad

Well it felt wonderful to be crafting again, hope to do some more soon!  ;)  See you later....


Maribel said...

This card is priceless! I love all the details that you added, like the knee cap. I love seeing your creations!

Jen @ Creating with the J's said...

What a great card!!! Thanks for sharing!

Nita said...

Hee hee! So cute Amy! This one is sure to make the recipient smile. :)


Amy said...

Too cute Amy! I love that knee cap you added!!! I hope you have a wonderful & very Merry Christmas! :)Amy

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the whimsy thank you card. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Rachel W K said...

what a GREAT card! it makes physical therapy seem like so much fun (even when it totally isnt lol) im sure the doctors loved it :)

-rachel w k

DIANA L. said...

Very cute and very clever. I'm sure your mom really liked it. Glad to see you back making cards. I love the brad knee cap

KraftyKoolKat said...

Very cute and very clever. Have a great Christmas sweetie.


Tracey ~ GardenOfGrace said...

What an adorable card!! Wishing you a blessed Christmas! ~ Blessings


Sherrie K. said...

This is a super FUN card Amy! You did a GREAT job! Sorry, I haven't been around to your blog lately..miss your creations:)I wish I could subscribe thru email but I don't see you have it available...
Sherrie K

Carolee Carter said...

I'm trying to find the skeleton and the Cricut Design page doesn't show it in their Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge contents. I looked on eBay and saw the cartridge there, but don't see the skeleton? Where am I going astray on this? I've also Googled it and find cards made with the skeleton, but can't locate the skeleton image to upload to my Cricut Design Space or even to purchase a cartridge that actually has the skeleton in it. Help! =)