Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Remembrance Day isn't really a card-giving occasion.  But it's a day that we should all be encouraged to set aside a few moments and remember.

Remember those who died to keep our country free.

Remember those who put themselves in danger, here and around the world, so that we can be safe.

Remember those who hope to make a difference in the future.

I created this frame for my son Sam, who is a member of the RCSCC Whitby Sea Cadets.  He has gained so much from being a cadet, and has thoughts of making the military a career in the future.  Hopefully, he will post this in his room and always remember those who came before him.

I also wanted to honour my sister-in-law, Meghan, who is a member of the Canadian Navy and has been deployed several times into dangerous zones, fighting for our country.

Thank you.  I will always remember.

This frame uses the following supplies:

  • Atlantic Hearts Sketch (see more creations using this sketch tomorrow)
  • Black, Whisper, Slate, Cranberry and White Daisy cardstock
  • "Courage" and "It's the Little Things" (November Stamp of the Month) stamp sets
  • Cranberry and Black CTMH Exclusive Inks
  • Assorted black ribbon and adhesives
  • Value black frame from Michaels


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