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Saturday, August 6, 2016

More DTGD

I had a few minutes to play today, so made a couple of cards for the DTGD challenge at Splitcoaststampers.

 I love this image- when Krista, owner at Saturated Canary offered to make digi's for a limited number of requests, I sent in a picture of my youngest Stephanie running and requested an image. Stephi developed Vocal Cord Dysfunction in High School that significantly affected her times. She worked with a Speech Therapist and finally in college, was able to get her rhythm back. She joined the running club at college, and ended up winning 1st place in the 6K race 2 years in a row in outdoor running. For Cross Country, she was 6th in the country Junior year and 4th in the country Senior year.  The club running kids run with a National Organization called NIRCA.  I love that she worked so hard to overcome adversity, and worked hard at achieving her personal goals.
 Sentiments are from TLC.  I cut 2 sentiments apart to get Go Green!


This is a card for a relative who just had a huge surgery- praying for a speedy recovery and a decrease in her pain soon!


Thanks for stopping by!
Shelly

16 comments:

Maxine D said...

Oh Shelly what gorgeous cards - and what a triumph for your daughter. Love the gold embossing in the second card
Blessings
Maxine

jimlynn said...

They're both great Shelly. Love the first one and how wonderful to have an image that you'll treasure!
Lynn

Lynn McAuley said...

What a special image to have! Congratulations to your daughter, Stephanie, for her courage and determination to succeed!

Beth Norman said...

Kudos to your daughter's success. Very cute card of your daughter running, and of course your get well card is lovely.

Katydid Cards said...

Hi Shelly,
I never heard of vocal chord dysfunction. How amazing of her to overcome it and achieve such lofty goals. It's so cool you have an digital image in honor of her!

Your card using it is adorable and I know she just loved it.

Your other card is beautiful and I know your friend will love it....it looks like some good medicine to me!

Donna said...

What a wonderful card and a wonderful story about your daughter. I just love to hear about young people who go for their dreams. Beautiful flower card too. Sending prayers for your relative's recovery. Have a wonderful week!

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Oh wow Shelly! You made such beautiful cards for this Dare to Get Dirty event - I scrolled down and was thrilled about each single project! Awesome!
oxo Susi

Dr Sonia S V said...

Love the floral card Shelly the purple and gold look gorgeous together
Cheers
Dr Sonia

MaryH said...

You can be truly proud of your daughter for overcoming the problems, and going on to excel in the things that interested her. Love that you've been able to make such a special card that just fits the events in her life, and I know she will be so pleased to have this. Please pass along my congratulations...not everyone has the strength to do what she's done. Also love the pretty floral card...the embossing gleam shows off the blossom so pretty. Best wishes to your neighbor for a speedy recovery too. TFS & Hugs

Barb said...

Great cards Shelly. I love both of them but I think the first one is pretty special!

Stef H said...

oh the green card is sweet and the flower card is just gorgeous.
is mom now living with you? or just visiting? yeah, us old folks are not a fan of the heat nor the cold. guess spring and fall does it for us LOL.

be well and have a great week.

hugs :)

Desire Fourie said...

Beautiful creations Shelley. Love the sport theme on the first and the second will make any patient feel better. These are perfect for one entry as an anything goes creation for our challenge below.
Hugs
Desíre
{ATG with a CREATE WITH TLC Element}
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Shelly, these cards are beautiful!

Amy Johnson said...

Such lovely cards. How amazing that you were able to get a customized digital image. That would be a great business idea for an artist...having people send in pictures and they design a custom digital image. I've never heard of that before.

*Vicki* said...

WOW!! That is completely awesome that she designed an image to personalize it for you!! That is totally amazing and what a wonderful story behind it too!! :) Your cards here are absolutely gorgeous Shelly! Wonderful coloring and such clever takes on the challenges too!! I was so worn out afterwards and then I had to go straight into my creations for the Dirty Dozen DT that's being released on Monday! Hope you'll stop by to take a look at the theme and what we've come up with! :) HUGS

Kristie W. said...

How cool to have a personalized image like this. You did a wonderful job turning it into a card. The sky and grass look great! Your second card is beautiful, hope your family member is doing better now.