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Friday, 17 March 2017

Sick Bunny

I'm sure we have all experienced making a card for a very sick child; acknowledging their illness, knowing they won't get well is very hard.  Most seriously sick children don't care about getting well, they just want to feel better.   That's why I find the 'feel better' sentiment is more appropriate in these circumstances... and something interactive to distract, like a shaker card. 

Image: Eureka  (smooshed)
Die: Couture Creations
Sentiment: typed on the computer
Sequins, gems


Shared on challenges:
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9 comments:

Laura ElleBi said...

So pretty!!!
Thank you for joining Crafty Friends
DT Laura

Bunny said...

This is cute, Carol. I love the image. Shaker cards are great. I like your thinking about the sentiment.

Maxine D said...

Gorgeous card - and cards for little people who won't get well really are hard to make - love the shaker element on this to distract a wee one for a while.
Blessings
Maxine

Dawn Turley said...

Totally adorable Carol. Perfect for a sick child

Alison Barlow said...

I just love this card and everything about it is garuanteed to feel a little one feel better. Thank you for joining us at Fab'n Funky,
Alison x

Amy Ottmers said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Creatalicious, good luck!!! Amy DT

Lisa xx said...

oh this is to gorgeous, what an adorable image.....poor bunny

thank you for joining in with the Crafty Friends challenge, come back soon xx

Monika Reeck said...

ooh Cute Bunnyyyy
Love this
and love the idea with shaker on your card
clever idea for little children :)
Many thanks to joining with us at Cards und More this time
big hugs
Monika (DT at Cards und More)

Diane Louise J said...

Hello…. You have made a beautiful card…. Thanks for entering it into our ‘For a Child’ challenge. Good luck in the draw and we would love you to join us again for our next challenge.
[Diane Louise, Team Leader for Crafty Friends Challenge Blog]