Gifts for friends and loved one in sickness…

Good day!

My post today is about encouraging gifts. Do you have any friends or loved ones that are not well, or going through long periods of illness? I love to send them cards to cheer them up (you can add hanging strings to hospital rooms so that many cards can hang for them to see – see here┬áremember that clothespins are not necessary with standard cards which you can just hang over the string).

I also like to make little ‘encouragement journals’ with stamped images and room for journaling on the back of each page. They are cute little books that they can read and pray with whenever they feel alone.

Here’s the last one I made using Stampin’ Up! Wetlands and Moon Lake Stamp sets with Our Daily Bread Designs Scriptions (Verve also has a wonderful collection of scripture stamps.)

Enjoy!

Audrie

Encouragement Journal by Audrie

Encouragement Journal by Audrie

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Love the card. It is a fantastic idea for someone who is ill. Thanks for sharing. Also, colors are great.

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The card is really beautiful, I’ll have to add my friend preferences so he will be happier (:

I love to make new things and I can’t think up things to do but I like instrucktions I used to have this sent to me but I had to change addresses. thank you

I told you I love to make new things and you show nice things to make.

Such things are made with their own hands able to cheer up and help a person feel what you are experiencing about him.

Every little pleasant memory and positive emotions help people to overcome the disease and feel the support of people close to him.

For me personally, it is always important to support my loved ones, because this is what family is for, because everything is much simpler and easier together.

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