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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Special Memories, with Loving Thoughts

I made this card for my daughter Melanie.  She told me a little tale of her 2 oldest children and their second week of school.  My little grandson Kaden is a big boy now,  he is in Kindergarten  having graduated from pre-school.  His little Sis Kaylene, who goes by Sissy started pre-school this year.  Needless to say my daughter stays in the car now with her youngest when she drops them off for school.   Afterall it's a pain to get the little guy in and out of his carseat.   Being the big brother that Kaden is, he decided he needed to walk Sissy to her classroom.  Holding hands of course..he escorted her to her classroom... gave her a big hug... waited for her to go in and then went to his own classroom.  Well this brought tears to Mel's eye's when she saw this and to mine when she told me. 

What a great Big Brother he is!  Only 5 years old and such a gentleman...lol.  I just had to ink up my new Magnolia  Brother and Sister stamp and make this card.  I know my daughter will take it apart for their first day of school scrapbook page.  That's why I used a tag with the cute little heart charm and my Special Memories Stamp.  It is a great little memory and a perfect stamp to help remind us of  our little Prince Charming..... I do have a bunch of wonderful grandkids!

I entered this sweet little card into the following challenges:




Here's what I used to create my card:
  • Brother And Sister Magnolia Stamp
  • Special Memories & with Loving Thoughts Hero Arts Stamps
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folders & Nesties
  • Tag, Flower & Scallop Punches
  • Martha Stewart Around the Page Flower Corner Punch
  • Copic Markers
  • Gel Pens, Sakura Metalic Markers
  • Glitter & Stickles
  • Heart Charm
  • Lace Flower Ribbon
  • Rhinestone & Butterfly Bling
  • Purple Brad, Button Brads
  • SU DP & Cardstock
  • Pop Dots
Thanks for looking, comments very much appreciated.

14 comments:

Cindy2 said...

That's a sweet story, my brother would have left me outside the school to fend for myself but if anyone else had picked on me, he would have kicked butt. That was his job exclusively. Cute card, thanks for stopping by the MSL challenge and please come back often. C2

Dragonlady said...

Hi there

What a wonderfully caring little boy. perfect card to go with the story.
Thanks for playing at Let's Ink It Up.

Hugs Ali x

SuzanneK said...

Such a delightful story and your card matches beautifully. Love your flower. Thanks for joining us ar LIIU, hope to see you again soon. Cheers Suzanne

Ros said...

Oh so sweet! and your flowers and lace are gorgeous! thanks ever so much for playing along at CCCB

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

What a pretty card, the close up of that flower is gorgeous, thanks so much for playing along with us at CCCB!

Claire said...

Beautiful card!! Love the colours and your flower is fab. Thanks for sharing it with us at Let's Ink It Up and good luck :-)
Claire xx

Kruemel said...

What a cute card! Love the soft colors you´ve used and the glitter on the image.


Thanks for joining us at MDUC this week!

Hugs,
Kathrin aka Kruemel

Bev said...

Beautiful card, so pretty. Thanks so much for joining us at JM this week x

Cheryl Nelson said...

Darling card!! LOVE the story about your grandchildren! So sweet! Thank you for joining us at CCCB!

Linda Robinson said...

What an adorable card.. Your story of your grandchildren was so touching.. TFS..

So glad you joined us at CCCB!

Kylie said...

How adorable are your little grandchildren! Your daughter should be so proud that she is raising such caring little people. I hope my littlies are that kind to each other.
Your card is gorgeous. I love this image :o) So very sweet,
Thanks for playing at MDUC this week,
Hugs
Kylie

Lynne said...

So pretty! loving the sparkly gems and flowers - gorgeous :o) thanks for joining in with us at Totally Tilda xx Lynne xx

Anna said...

Sweet card! Wonderful job on all the challenges! Thanks for sharing with us at PIO.

Susie Sugar said...

Very Special Thank you so much for sharing it with us at the Totally Tilda challenge blog
Hugs Susie xx

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