Sunday, May 6, 2012
Boy has it been a while since I have posted on my blog.  I went on a fun little trip with my sister and a friend and I am still trying to get back in the groove.  My creative mojo left me for a while but it has to come back because I have graduation cards, mother's day cards, birthday cards to make.  This is going to be a busy week for me.

Today I am posting a little gift that I made for all the special nurses that I work with.  I truly admire all the nurses that I work with and have come to know.  I have worked with nurses for 25 years and know that they are some of the hardest working people that you will ever find.  I found this pattern for a Two Pocket Treat Holder over at Angie Juda's Blog.  It worked perfect for this project.  The digital image is called "Nurse Betty" from Pink Cat Studio.  I downloaded the image and colored it with my copic markers.  I did Happy Nurses Day on my computer and cut out the sentiment.  On the back I used a heart die and the saying "Nurses are the Heart of Healthcare" that I typed on my computer.  I filled each package with Ghirardelli Chocolate squares in the front and a Good Earth Sweet & Spicy Tea which is my favorite tea of all times.

 

So this is my project for today and I want to wish all the nurses I know a very Happy Nurses Week and hope you enjoy your special week.

6 comments:

  1. That little nurse is SOOO cute! And the envelopes you made to hold the chocolate are really awesome. I'm holding a nurse's appreciation luncheon next week and I'm thinking this would be a great favor!

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  2. Tracie, those are so cute. You are so talented and crafty. I love these and love the litle nurse that is you image. Fabulous job!

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  3. Hi Tracie!
    I am sure the nurses will be happy to get these adorable favors!
    I am copying them...hope you don't mind...for my coworkers!

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  4. Tracie, this image is super cute and the treat holder is such a great little gift idea !

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  5. So cute, fun, and sure to be appreciated! You have colored Betty beautifully!

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