Thank you to Nurses Challenge C4C384

May 6th was National Nurse Day.  So over at Crazy 4 Challenges, this weeks challenge was to create a thank you card for a nurse.

Nurse front


Nurse inside

The above picture is obviously the inside of this card.  As soon as I saw this challenge I wanted to make a card for my friend Shelly who is the most “bad ass” nurse I know!

I found this digital image from Dr. Digi House of Stamps called Night Nurse Nina.  She reminded me a little bit of my friend.  I could also see me using this Nurse for many other humorous cards.  If you have never tried Digital stamps before you should give them a try.  There are some real advantages to digital stamps.  You can make them any size you want, they’re stored on your computer instead of a box or drawer and very inexpensive.  Nina was $1.00!  I know, what?  This company is so responsive to their customers.  For example, when I left a message on my order I received a personal email from the owners of how much they appreciated my comment and couldn’t wait to see what to see what I made with my purchase.  I know!  Who does that these days.  I hope you will all hop of to their store and take a look.

Products used for this card

Elizabeth Craft Designs:  1120 Stitched Rectangles, 1125 Ropes 1, 1116 Stitched Circles, 932 Stocking Solid (nail for the sentiment circle), Clear double side adhesive 10m.

Sizzix:  657848 Tim Holtz Texture Fades, Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Metallic Collection

 Gina K:  layering weight white for my image stamp paper.  Copics don’t bleed through this paper.

Michaels:  white and pink cardstock, blackish pearls

Copic Markers:

Big Shot Plus die cutting machine

Books by Hand:  PH Neutral PVA professional quality archival adhesive

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