When I first moved to Wilmington almost two years ago, I sought out crafty friends almost immediately. I knew I would need them to make life here close to normal. One of the first people I met here was a CTMH rep. I think her name is Sherry. I really wish she had stayed in contact with me. I went to her house one day for some crafty time and this is what I made. I thought this was a good time to share it since it could easily be changed to make a Mother’s Day card. You could make it fancier with more layers or more pattern paper – but sometimes I just like a quick simple card.
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