Look at what my aunt found while going through my Grandma’s things.
A box of all the cards I sent her over the years! (Can’t believe she saved them all.)
I tried to put some red on the cards I sent her. (Red was her favorite color.)
It’s kinda neat to see how my cardmaking has changed over time. (And how Grandma kept cards that I thought didn’t come out very good.)
Remember when House Mouse was popular? Still love these guys.
I made her a whole bunch of Texas themed cards when we first moved here.
Remember these Hero Kids? Too funny!
I love sending out Christmas cards. (Tried to come up with something fast yet clever since I usually make a bunch all the same.)
Thought I’d end with some Easter cards. (That All Night Media rabbit on the left was one of my very first stamps. I still have it!)
Sending a card really is sending love, isn’t it?
29 Replies to “A box of love.”
Love this wonderful box of treats Lisa – your grandma will have loved looking through all the cards you sent her and thinking of you. Even though you were miles apart… close in heart.
Hugs, Ruth S x
Wow, this is really touching! You’ve inspired me to actually send more of the cards that I make. Have a great day!
It is, and your Grandma knew it too. And what a wonderful gift back to you now.
Hui Lisa! I am sure that it must have been wonderful to see that your grandmother kept all the cards! I bet she enjoyed reading them again as she added new cards to the box! And keeping them shows how special you were to her! :> Hugs!
How special to see that she kept all your cards throughout the year…who wouldn’t? They are like little works of art. I especially love the Texas state Christmas card!
This is so sweet – how lovely that she kept them all.
So much love in this box! What a blessing and so precious…Thanks for sharing this with us.
Oh that’s so sweet and special, Lisa!
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