Thursday, July 16, 2015

Cards for Co-Workers

Happy Friday eve.  Today is my Friday as I'm off for vacation starting tomorrow. I'm looking forward to it!  I have two cards to share today both for co-workers. The first is for a co-worker who was just diagnosed with colon cancer.  Certainly praying that the doctors caught it early.
 The second card featured above is for a co-worker who lost his dad last week after a very long battle with lymphoma.  I decided to not go with a traditional sympathy card but rather the Irish Blessing. This just felt more appropriate to me.

Both of these are being entered in the current Verve Inspiration Challenge.

14 comments:

Hannelie said...

I love the colours you picked Lynn!
Enjoy your vacation!

I Card Everyone said...

Sensational is right! So pretty, Lynn, and will be so appreciated by your co-workers.
=] Michele

Diane Jaquay said...

This is just beautiful, Lynn! I love the stripes and the colors you chose are perfect for this type of card. It's subtle but very elegant!

Lisa said...

Beautiful cards Lynn, so peaceful! Enjoy your vacation!!

Marisa said...

Beautifully done times two, Lynn. Great use of the colours.

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Just beautiful, Lynn!

Deepti said...

These are beautiful!

Anita in France said...

Simply lovely cards, Lynn ... both calm and serene with such heartfelt sentiments. Enjoy your vacation! Anita :)

Bobby said...

Two more wonderful cards, Lynn. Your co-workers are so fortunate to have someone care enough to send cards often.

Joyce said...

2 Gorgeous cards and sure to bring comfort. I really love that Irish blessing. Who makes that stamp?

Joyce said...

2 Gorgeous cards and sure to bring comfort. I really love that Irish blessing. Who makes that stamp?

Sue Lelli said...

They both will; cherish these cards. I'm sure a lot of thoughts and prayers went into them. Beautiful, Lynn!

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

Great card, Lynn! The one with big sentiment take my heart! Have a lovely vacation :)

Leigh Penner said...

These are both so lovely!