Monday, 17 October 2011

CAS139 - Better late than never.....right?

Hi Blogger's.

Happy Monday......hope you all had a great week end.

I'd made a card for the CAS challenge over at SCS about the middle of last week.  Then as this silly bug took hold I forgot all about it!  So it went in today, which is technically late really the new challenge will be up soon.   Hey ho, that's the way things go sometimes.....right?


The stamp is from a set I've had for ages and not stamped from Inkadinkado.  I really like the crooked sentiment (it really lets me off the hook!).  Stamped in Vintage Sepia and coloured with Prisma's and OMS the red and brown card is A.C.C.



So a week on, the pharyngitis was confirmed as URI. I'm half way through the first lot of antibiotics, still coughing, raw throat and deaf in one ear (well if you don't count the rushing sound that is).
 It's hard to stay down though........I put a line on my facebook page about being sick and my 'friends' all sent get well wishes.........So much like a warm hug it was great!

OK back tomorrow with AnnaBelle Stamps second blog hop for October hope you'll join us.........


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7 comments:

Robyn said...

Do hope you are feeling better soon Sue- great job on the CAS challenge- I put that one in the "too hard" basket Lol!!

Shirley-anne said...

Hello Sue , sorry to hear that you are not 100% well .
Hope that you are back in the pink real soon .
Love this simple card and the dramatic effect of the red and brown strips .
hugs Shirley-Anne

lostinpaper said...

Awesome CAS card! I really like the effect of those coloured stripes!
Hope you feel better very soon!

Olga said...

do take care, it'sw ain't fun being sick!!!! Love the card!

The Other Patti Sue said...

Great card GF! Hope you get to feeling better soon!

Selma said...

So sorry to hear you are not feeling well. Hope you are feeling better. Sounds like you need that hot beverage in the cup to help your sore throat. The card is very cute with that great sentiment.

Sue said...

beautifully done Sue, I love the angled cut of the paper strips! :)