Hello and welcome to you today.
I'm here with a DT project for
This month its all about stories and we would love you to share yours with us.
There was a young girl of 25 years old who was told she had breast cancer, her whole world fell apart before her eyes. She went through lots of treatment and thought she had beat it only to find a few years later it had returned and once again she had more treatment but was told they didn't think she would make it. This hit her family hard along with her very young children. She put up a fight and suprised the doctors but yet again a few year later it had come back again but she looked at her young daughters who gave her the added courage she needed to fight and do it all over again. She decided enough was enough moved herself and her daughter miles away from what she knew and set up home by the seaside to begin a new life once the treatments had finished. Since her move her life changed for the better she has had to have a few operations and now has a few health issue's but is Cancer free and very happy and she loves to craft and along the way she has meet some of the most infuluenceable people in her life today and some of the bestest friends who have made her the person she is today.
Moto: Have a little Courage as you can do it.
The Young girl is indeed Me.
Here's my inspiration this month for you.
Here's how I created it:
I started with Mulberry Bush Paint, Wordblocks #2, Phat Foam and a Palette Knife.
I added the Mulberry bush paint to the Phat Foam and used it like an ink pad to the stamp Courage sentiment from the Wordblocks #2 stamp set.
I added some Iced Pink Gem paint to some Phat Foam as before and with the Victorian Garden Stamp Set I stamped some of the flowers in both the Mullberry Bush & Iced Pink Gem.
Finally I stamped the Butterfly from the Victorian Garden stamp set and coloured it with a water brush and both the paints. To finish off I added a little twisted string and attached the butterfly with some glue gel.
There with have it.
Thank you so much for stopping by reading my story and your lovely comments.
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