She is such an amazing and talented person. She is a wonderful mother to her flock of children too. She has five parrots at home. I chose these images because she has blond hair and I have red (I'm the older sister though). Anyway she can be the queen for one day out of the year....LOL.
Becky is really kind and sweet and has such a big heart. She is always caring for others (even to the point of ignoring herself). She even takes care of me a lot. These images were a gift from her....as are many of the crafting items I have. If you've read some of my previous posts you will see we went on a trip to Michigan recently. She paid for the whole thing. I am unable to work and don't have much money to spare. She is always doing such wonderful things.
We have two nieces in Kentucky that have children of their own now and Becky has gone out of her way to help care for them since they were babes and now does so many wonderful things for their children. She was even there (May 25) on her birthday because she wanted to spend time with the new baby. She helps me with my children also and I don't know what I would do without her.
I wanted to share some of the parts of my sister that she normally doesn't talk about so you will know how great she is. You can pop over to her blog and tell her happy birthday too. You will see how talented she is. I had to wait until today to post because I had not been able to give her the card until now.
The images I used are Queen Elsa Sassy and Coronation Anna Sassy. They are colored with Copic and Whisper Strokes markers. I forgot the white streak in Anna's hair though. I haven't seen the movie enough yet. I also added some Glossy Accents and Wink of Stella glitter pen for that added sparkle and shine then popped them up on dimensionals. The papers I used all come from Bazzill, the ribbon is American Crafts, the snowflakes are from Recollections, the die cut is Stampin' Up and the embossing folder comes from Darice.
Thank you for visiting and don't forget to tell Becky Happy Birthday!