Monday, May 5, 2014

In memory of Linda Palmer

It is with sadness that I post this card,  I belatedly learned of the death of a long time SplitCoastStamper  friend, Linda Palmer.  We exchanged images and comments over a long period of time.  Then the talented Linda became a designer for blog challenges, and her name was often on the list of winners.  I think my best memory of Linda is seeing all of the cards she created for grand and great grand children.  (If you know of a challenge for which she was a designer, could you please mention it?)
The image is SU's Garden Collage, and the sentiment DRS.  I used bits of lace, some DCWV DP, and punched flowers with gems.  I embossed the mat of Spellbinders' labels die.
Sketch, with Tic Tac Toe (sentiment, DP, flowers):
Texture/embossing (lace, gems):


Linda Anderson said...

Yes, I too was saddened by the news of Linda's passing. She was one sweet lady. Your card is beautiful Dorothy, quite a lovely tribute. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2.


Kathie said...

Sorry to here the new about Linda's passing yes she was one sweet lady. I do love your lovely tribute card for Linda and I know she would have loved it as well. This is a lovely card and thanks so much for sharing it with us over at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2 this week and good luck.
Kathie SSW2-DT

Joanna M. said...

I too was shocked and saddened by Linda's passing. She was truly one of a kind! What a gorgeous card. I'm sure that her family will be so happy to receive this. Thanks for joining us this week over at SSW2

Heide said...

Saddened to hear of Linda's passing. Such a pretty card that you made in her memory and for her family. Thanks for joining us .
Hugs, Heide SSW2-DT

Sharon Basel said...

What a beautiful and sentimental card you created in honor of Linda. Thanks for sharing it with us at SSW2.
Sharon, DT

Emily Leiphart said...

This is beautiful, Dorothy, and a wonderful tribute to your friend Linda. I'm sorry for your loss. Thanks so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes!