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Black Chandelier…

June 22, 2010

Today is our son’s birthday, he came into our lives, early one very chilly winter morning, 28 years ago. He was just the most gorgeous little boy ever, the first time we looked into his tiny face he quickly stole our hearts. Caree adored her little brother and smothered him in smootchy kisses for months, she was besotted with him, and when his little sisters came along they adored him too!! They are very close to one another and my hubby and I are very proud of the bond that they have created together, they are very good friends to each other.

Timothy, you are a dream come true for your Dad and I. We love you!!! 

Happy Birthday Sunshine!!

I chose a theme of black and white for his birthday card, and kept it clean and stylish. Timothy loves black chandeliers so I thought this stamp would be a ‘must do’. It was given to me by a sweet friend early last year sometime, and I love using it, (it’s gorgeous done in pinks too…of course!!) lol I stamped the image onto white cardstock with Stazon Black ink and then heat embossed it with black embossing powder. I used a square piece of black glittered cardstock behind the white scallop circle to add some glitz, it is quite subtle but adds some texture to the card.

Thanks for popping by, enjoy the remainder of your afternoon, I am off to a Pain Specialist now, seeking help to manage my severe migraines!!

Take care, love,

Sally xx

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  1. Leanne Coghlan permalink
    June 27, 2010 12:27 am

    Happy Birthday for Timothy and hope your specialist can help you with your migraines.

    Thinking of you, Leanne

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