She will be missed

Yesterday evening was the last time I worked a shift with my favourite colleague.. she is leaving the company this month. She is one of the best nurses I have ever know... kind, patient, caring and fun to work with... traits that are a must in a job so demanding. I made her a little gift card holder using Prima paper.

Gift Card

Thank you Verna for being such a wonderful colleague and friend, we will keep in touch!

Materials used:
Prima paper - Jack n' Jill Collection "Sunny Meadow".
Vintage Seam binding and flowers (from Wild Orchid Crafts )
Martha Stewart Branch punch

The idea for the gift card holder came a Youtube video from Plaecm


Vintage card

Busy.. busy.. but luckily I found time to do some crafting. I tell you.. if I would not have my crafting I'll would go crazy... it's a real life saver!

Anyway I made a card to include in my parcel to Susan who won my door prize, the parcel will go in the post today!

Materials I used are
Card stock in antique white/creme
Lindy's Stamp Gang Moon Shadow Mist - Tawny Turquoise (my favourite!!)
Vintage seam binding (Bay leaf)
Martha Stewart leaf branch punch
Cuttlebug 5x7 embossing folder - Goochie script
Vintage picture

You can find some of the materials here:
- Seam binding is from Wild Orchid Crafts
- Lindy's Stamp Gang Moon Shadow Mist, Woodware daisy punches from The Stampman

I won

Yesssssss... I won a doorprize in the OWOH from Tara, an adorable felt bottle top pin cushion. I'm so excited. I will post it once it arrives.

Thank you Tara!!


OWOH winner

Wow, what a fabulous journey this has been, I have met so many wonderful people and it has left me filled with new inspiration. There is so much talent out there... I am totally amazed!
The random number generator has chosen number #167
which is Sussie from Lotusblommans.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this amazing journey of happiness, I loved browsing the blogs and enjoyed every minute of it! And most of all thank you Lisa for hosting this event.

Maybe we will see each other next year at the Our World Our Heart!