|Bald. Bold. Beautiful.|
This year in second grade, she went around to the other classrooms with the school nurse to explain why she is sometimes allowed to wear a hat in school (on the days she doesn't feel like wearing a wig). She told her Mom that it was OK, she could do it herself and didn't need her to come to school! The nurse said she did a great job explaining it and answering all the questions the kids had! We are so very proud of her. So to all the people with Alopecia Areata and those who have gone bald due to cancer or other reasons, this one's for YOU!
To learn more about Alopecia Areata go to www.naaf.org
- The Stampendous Blossom Beauty stamp face was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, the head template was placed over it and I lightly traced the top of the head with pencil, cut the whole thing out, colored it with COPIC markers.
- The Open butterfly stencil (LG740) was pasted embossed with glossy red embossing paste (you can make red by putting red tube acrylic paint into the Translucent Embossing Paste). Let the red dry.
- Place the clean, dry stencil back over the dry red paste and paste emboss with Crackle Embossing Paste, let dry.
- The crackle paste dries with a slick white surface, great for coloring on top of with COPICs.
- Cut out the butterfly, edge with a dark marker and mount everything into a great card.
I think I will be sending this to my great-niece to congratulate her on a successful walk!
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