I'm good at celebrating the big things. I make cards for birthdays, weddings, new babies.... But when it comes to life's little everyday triumphs and milestones, I don't always have the time or energy to create something, even though I may have a fabulous idea or the perfect image. I thought it was time to make an effort to change that. Yesterday I was able to put a smile on a co-workers face because I took some time to make a card to congratulate her on reaching one of her weight loss goals. She's been working really hard towards it and was so excited about her achievement that I knew it deserve a special acknowledgement!
I colored up Hoping from Mo's Digital Pencil for the occasion. She is cut out with the Spellbinders Classic Rectangles Nestabilities. I added fishtail banners cut with the First Place Ribbon Award Die-namics by My Favorite Things as well as a Magnolia Swirl Doohickey. Papers are Lost & Found Two: Blush from My Mind's Eye. A few flowers complete the simple yet pretty design based on Stamp with Fun's current sketch (#220).
It's going to be a short and sweet post today; just the facts, folks. Have a fabulous day!