So now that all of that is in the past...it's time to concentrate on what's to come for the near future. THANKS TO GOD and to all your wonderful prayers my mom is safe at home AND confusion free. Looks like they did take care of her UTI with amazing care and I am very thankful for that. I guess it did take me to get all commando on them...lol. Seriously though...I thank each and everyone of you who have been there through and through for both of us with your thoughts and AMAZING prayers. A million prayers back to you all! Of course a BIG cyber hug and kiss as well... She also sends millions of thanks to each and everyone of you!
Now on to what I made for mommy. So as I was anxious last night after cleaning her room and fixing the hospital bed we had for my dad and just tired and sat down and made this cute caddy for her medicine. I bought this template this weekend from Becky at Inking Idaho and had to make it while I waited for the last load of clothing to dry. Check out her AWESOME tutorials and oh so darn cute work! This one caddy I made is a bit bigger than the other caddy/basket I made to hold my Ciao Copics and airbrush cans. Since my mom LOVES sunflowers..I thought I'd try turning these Black-Eyed Susans into sunflowers...lol. I think I achieved it! I also HAD to ink up my new favorite Sprout from TGF...Dahlia! I love this little girl! I also can't get enough of this adorable Sunny Glen DP...so I had to use it again. I threw in her medication to personalize it!
Ok...I'm off because I'm needed! :) <---yeah...that smile says it all without me saying too much!
CS/DP: CChip, SSun, OOlive, Sunny Glen DP, & C. C. Designs white
Ink: BBlack & Copics
Stamps: Dahlia from TGF
Embellishments: Grosgrain ribbon in Olive, CChip, & VVanilla
Others: Black-Eyed Susans dies, Martha Stewart butterfly punch, white gel pen, airbrush machine, & wire