The next picture shows the flags in front of one of the buildings that was destroyed during the tornadoes. Times like these help remind me of how thankful I am to be an American and that I live in a community where complete strangers always help others in need.
I know this is a long post but I needed to make a thank you card for my boss. I know I've said it before, but I have the best boss in the world. Last Friday was the last day of 4th grade for my son, Jacob. My boss knows that Jacob loves Krispy Kreme donuts, so on Friday, she came in with a box of donuts and a card for Jacob. She said it was in celebration of his last day of school and for me to take it home to him. I did and when Jacob opened the card (while he had a donut in his mouth), there were three movie tickets in the card. Case in point, GREAT BOSS!! I made this card for Jacob to write a thank you note to Jean. I'm trying to teach him that you should show your appreciation when someone does something nice for you.
Using the Damask Cartridge, I cut this card at 3 1/2" Damask 14 from the cartridge. This cartridge makes making a card so simple. I adhered ribbon in the middle of the card, stamped "thank you" on a tag and tied it to the ribbon. I then cut out the envelope at 3 1/2" and cut Layer 2 out and glued it to the outside of the envelope. Then Jacob wrote a note to Jean on the inside of the card.
Thanks for stopping by and we hope you'll come back again tomorrow! Mom'll be back this week - I think she'll have to rest from her trip. They've walked everywhere in NYC and she said her feet were sore. Until another day, God Bless You!! Donna