Here are my posters:
I'm not sure why the one poster uploaded sideways. But as you can see, my dad was very devoted to his family-especially his grandkids-and he adored his only great granddaughter. He never let on just how much he suffered. He always said he was fine and never lost his sense of humor. He joked until the end. When dad said he was having a bad day, I knew it was truly a bad day because he would never admit that he felt bad. I was afraid the end was nearing, but thought the procedure he had done would help like it had in the past. We never dreamed going into the cath lab that we would never see him conscious again. This experience has given me a lot to think about. Goodbye Dad. I love you and I miss you, but I will do my best to make you proud! I will try to be a good Christian so that I can see you again someday. I know you're at the foot of the throne praising God and smiling. Thank you God for giving me such a great man to call Father!
I know this post is long, but here is the card that I finally completed:
I was going to enter this in some challenges but unfortunately, the deadlines are past. I found the leprechaun and pot of gold by doing a google search for them. I don't know where they came from, but they were already colored. I just had to cut them out. I did change up the pot of gold though. I cut along the lip of the pot and glued buttons over the existing gold. I covered them with stickles to make them shine. The sentiment was from CDACs progressive challenge number 12. I can't think of the artist right now and forgot to look. I will change this when I find it out. I just pasted different papers on the background and added a strip of ribbon for texture. I colored the sentiment and added stickles to make it sparkle. I think that all of the paper were from Creative Memories shades of Olive. I was able to find the following challenges to enter this in:
Hopefully my next blog will be business as usual. Have a great week!