Thursday, 21 October 2010

Thank YOU!


Just swinging by with a super quick post not only to share a project with y'all, but to express my thanks for all your sweet messages about my dad. Times are tough and I'm still living out of a suitcase, not knowing where I'm staying from one night to the next, but it's worth every bit of disruption if it means dad can get better.

So I'm posting on a Thursday (aka Friday Eve) so you know that it's time for:

So here's the gorgeous card by Barbara Anders up for our CASE study this week:

Both polka dots and stars - this card definitely hits my soft spots! And although it's not a card, this is my take on the challenge:

Thank You Treat Box

So how did I squeeze in any inky time for this week's CASE study? Well I had to cut some treat boxes for an art club at work and couldn't resist cutting one from some yummy kraft cardstock for myself to decorate *wink* It's been so long since I've gotten inky, but it's just the kinda therapy the doctor ordered for me to de-stress a little.

If I could make lots of these, I'd fill them with sweet treats and give them to you guys as a thank you for your positive vibes/prayers during this anxious time! You're all so sweet; thank you so much!

Fancy playing along with us? I hope so, and if my treat box isn't enough to get your mojo going, then check out the rest of the CASE study DT:

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa)
Andrea Ewen
Carole Kisch
Cindy Lee
Lenet Mos
Sue Kohler
Teneale Williams
Barbara Anders (Octob
er's Muse)

Catch ya later

Treat Box Deets
{Thank You}
Stamps: Star Prints (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Black (Memento)/Antique Linen (Distress Ink)
Cardstock: Kraft, Raspberry Fizz (Papertrey Ink)
Patterned Paper: Dotty Biscotti (Papertrey Ink)
Accessories: Cuttlebug/Treat Box Die (Papertrey Ink)/Star Punch (SU!)/Raspberry Fizz Button (Papertrey Ink)/Fineline Pen


Anonymous said...

Hi Aimes
It's good news to hear that your Dad is still making progress but it must be very stressful for you not knowing what's happening from one day to the next. I'm so pleased you managed to get a little therapeutic crafting in. Your treat box is just fabulous! I love the star and button!
Take care for now dear friend x

Maureen said...

oh, this is as sweet as you :) Love the colours and polka dots and that star is smashing!! Hope all is still going well and your dad is recovering okay :) Hang in...and still sending hugs :)

Lenet said...

Love your treatbox, hope your dad is getting better soon.

Caryn said...

Hey my lovely, good to hear from you. I'm thinking about you and your dad all the time, is he making progress? Thoughts, hugs and prayers with you.

As for your little treat bag - it's FABULOUS!

Caryn xxx

Debby said...

Lovely treat box. So glad you managed to pop in to say hi. Hope your Dad is doing OK. Hang in there.

Lynn said...

Amy, absolutely fabulous. Thinking of you, your dad and entire family often and hoping that he is getting lots of rest so that he can heal. Fondly, Lynn

Karen B. said...

The treat bag is fabulous, as usual with the colors and design. Thinking of you and your father, hoping that things work out well.

Andrea M said...

LOVE this Aimes! The colors are awesome!!!
I know how you feel - a mild inconvenience is so worth it if it means positive strides for a loved one! Here's hoping that living out of a suitcase comes to an end soon because your Dad will be fully recovered! Sending my dose of *positive thoughts*!!!!!!

Christina said...

What a fabulous little treat box, Aimes! Even with little time and major distraction, you produced a fabulous CASE sample for this week. So glad you could squeeze in a little inky therapy!

You're in my thoughts, and I hope your father continues on a steady path to recovery!

~amy~ said...

hang in there girlie....sweet little project!

Sharron said...

So glad to hear from you and know that your dad is making some progress. Even though it may be slow, I just hope he keeps improving and is able to be home soon. Love your little treat box--just adorable! Fabulous colors and the star accent looks great--glad you got a little time to relax while making these. Just keep taking it a day at a time. HUGS!!

Jen Carter said...

That is so cute!! I love all the dots you used!! Cute, cute!

peggysue said...

Love the color choices and paper. Isn't it true that crafting is so therapeutic! Hope your dad continues to make progress.

Carol's Ink Spot said...

Super cute take on the casing! Love polka dots on anything. Sorry to read that your dad is still not doing to well. Big hugs are going out to you and your mom. So glad you had a chance for some therapy with your ink!

Barbara said...

I love that you made a treat box! it's totally adorable! You all will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

nasuha ahmad helmi said...

this is too cute! well i couldn't say no to pink. =)

Sue said...

How you even got this one done amazes me, but what better therapy!! Love what you have done with the dotty biscotti, very elegant!! I hope that your Dad turns the corner soon and is on the road to a speedy recovery soon! Hugs and good wishes coming your way! XX

Amy Kolling said...

Love how you added that star from Star Prints! This is just a great little project! Been thinking of you!

Daniela F. said...

That little treat box is just too cute :) I really hope your dad is feeling better and recovering! Sending hugs and well wishes your way. xx

Ingrid Danvers said...

The treat box is lovely. Yummy colors! I am sorry to hear about your dad. Hope he is doing better. Thinking of you....


Carly said...

Oh my gosh Aimes how super cute!! I so adore that treat box.

Nerina said...

Still thinking about you and sending love and prayers Aimes!

Dana said...

EEek, I love this!

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