Thursday, May 31, 2007

The Joy of Using Friends Stamps!


Well, it seems my ability to continue posting has dwindled a wee bit lately! Between painting our home and dealing with some lingering issues from last years knee injury I've not been crafting much!
On a personal note, I went to see my surgeon this morning and ended up in the hospital to have some emergency ultrasounds. After 30 minutes of bruising my leg from my hip, down my inner thigh to my ankle, they were able to conclude that I did not have any blood clots!!! Well, as great as that is, I still don't know why my leg and foot are swelling like a watermelon, with my foot turning purple by the evening. Sooo, back to the doctors tomorrow and hopefully we will figure something else out!
Anyway, I made this card while a friend was over. Pollen dust, and a couple of Paper Tray sets and my mind was spinning with what I could come up with quickly while I had access to them! Thanks Sherrie!

7 comments:

Sherrie said...

Love how it all pieced together Theresa! Sure glad to hear you don't have any blood clots! That can be so scary! Prayers for you and your doctors' appointment tomorrow. Let me know what's up!

Kori said...

sorry to hear about your leg. That sounds very painful!!

Your cards continue to amaze me!!

villagegirl said...

That is a beautiful card! you are just so creative.
I'm sorry about your leg! I hope it is 100% better by tomorrow. Rest up girl!

Jill said...

Oh my goodness! It sounds like you have been through the ringer in terms of your health but yet you are still creating brilliant cards. Hope the doctors can figure out what's up! Good luck!

hummerbee said...

Sorry to hear about your leg. I hope now that it's been over a month that you are doing great. I love your card. What stamps did you use?

Theresa said...

Hi Hummerbee - Just in case you check back, I used a couple sets of acrylics. One I think was by Paper Tray and the other I can't remember the name, sorry! I will check with my friend.

Theresa said...

Oh ya, the big background stamp was from the Pollen Dust set.