Thursday, September 22, 2016


Hi friends.  Thursday already, where does the time go.  We are having warm days and cool evenings, PERFECT!!!

Our Grandson made it until 11 am today at school.  Then, Papa went to get him and
bring him to our house.  He ate a little chicken soup and slept all afternoon. This is 
getting old....feel for him. 

I could not wait to use the Moose die I got yesterday!

Moose Die -m Gina Marie
Tree Oval Die - Memory Box
Papers - Bo Bunny Christmas 6x6 stack (last year)
Black Gingham ribbon
Snowflake Martha Stewart punch
Brown Pearls 

Simple card, but I love how it turned out!

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great day.  Until later........


cotnob said...

A stunning card Sue, such a fabulous silhouette die.

Dora said...

What a great and beautiful card. Indeed, Beautiful moose die.
What good of your grandson to try school. He is going on the mend. His condition need be back. (: That is need to be patience for him. Good luck!

Sue said...

Hi Sue, Loving the card.

Sound slike your grandson needs a few more days to recover.

Hope you have a fab Friday. Sue

Sandra H said...

This is so beautiful as always your creations are stunning and well thought out xx

cuilliesocks said...

Wow !! Sue absolutely stunning card, fabulous dies, lovely background paper too.
The Chicken soup will make all the difference to a poorly boy, Kate x

Donna Ellis said...

Wonderful moose-theme card - especially lovely for a masculine recipient, Sue. REALLY gorgeous.

I'm sorry your grandson is still weak. Thank goodness you have been there for the family in this way. I'm sure you have been a big comfort to his parents and even to your grandson (though he may be too proud to say so). He will always remember your kind love during his illness. Maybe by Monday he will be much stronger. Seems once we start on the mend, it can be very quick when we are younger.

Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Patti J said...

What a beautiful card! Love seeing the fall themes/colors. Sure hope that boy feels better soon - thank goodness you're able to help out! Will keep praying!