Friday, July 14, 2017


Hello. this card is for a lady who loves butterflies. I have used a memory box butterfly vine and some cheery lynn butterflies. I got the results of my MRI today and now have to wait two weeks for a cortisone injection and then another week to see a specialist..One of the joints in my neck has fused and will never move again but i am hopeful the other joints can be helped.. Not much card making as I am wearing a neck brace to keep my head up...Loz


  1. the card is beautiful but I am so sorry to hear about your neck. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Ooo I really feel for you Loz, sorry to hear the results you had, hope you are sorted soon.
    Beautiful butterfly card and lovely embossing.
    Pam x

  3. Poor Loz, you have a neck brace on but you still produced a gorgeous card. Thinking of you .xxx [aNNie]

  4. First off your butterfly card is stunning - beautiful die cuts. So sorry to hear about your MRI results - hopefully the cortisone injections will help.

  5. Gorgeous card Loz, like how you used the pearls. I hope the cortisone injection helps, wish the results has been better.

  6. Sorry you never got better results Loz and hope the injections help you. Love your card, so pretty. Take care Kx

  7. Ooooh dear, dear Loz, so sorry to read your news.
    I pray that there will be some relief with the injections. .. or some other solution for you.
    Lovely card as always, beautiful attention to detail.
    Thanks for being a blessing and encouragement in your comments, in spite of your pain. You are appreciated.
    Shaz in Oz.x

  8. A very pretty card. I love your butterflies.
    Sorry to hear your news. I hope the cortisone gives you some relief.

  9. Beautiful arrangement of the butterflies, it sure seems like they're in movement. Sorry to hear about your neck, hoping for good news ahead...


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