Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Ode to Angela!

Well, if card-making isn't about celebrating the family and friends you love.... then REALLY, why bother?! Today's happy card was made with a special gal in mind. When I moved to Colorado Springs just over a year ago, I didn't know anyone, didn't have clothes to suit the weather, and all I have to say is "Praise God for TomTom!" or I would still be lost. While it was easy to get some scarves and boots to stomp around in the snow, Colorado didn't really feel like home until I met Angela. What a great friend. You know how you just click with someone? She brings out the best in me. She is full of laughter and living a completely passionate life packed with purpose. She IS BRAVE. She can lead worship like nobody's bizness. And she's a sister with a heart for people. It is wonderful to be sharpened by people who are different from you... and then it is like glorious music to be sharpened by someone whose heart beats with yours. This woman fights for freedom in the lives of others, and consequently, I am more free because of what God has done through her.
SO, when I saw this little digi-stamp from "Graphics Fairy", all I could think of was "I love you THI-I-I-I-S Much!" And that just what I think of Angela White.
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Details! Details!
>> BoBunny paper totally creates a sweet ambiance for the card. I loved using both sides of the pattern and cutting out more of the flowers to make coordinating embellies.
>>Papertrey Ink features my FAVorite cardstock and ribbon: Spring Moss.
>> Digi-stamp from "Digital Tuesday" with a little colored pencils and glitter looks fabulous, eh?
Happy Happy Happy Birthday, Angela!
love and grace to all my blogging babes out there!
smiles, Tiffany


  1. OH, my GOODness!!!!! I'm freaking out here! And laughing and getting teary and squealing and... I'm blushing!!!!! I love you. We WILL change this world together, even if we're states apart. (And I LOVE the card, fyi. It's so beautiful. It's amazing to me that such works of art can come from someone's hands.)

  2. BEAUTIFULLY said and BEAUTIFULLY done!! Do you have a Cricut or other such machine that cuts things out (such as paper flowers) for you? Just wondering. =)




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