Over the years she became my child.....and now I have lost my child . So it leaves me with mixed feelings .
But I am so glad she recognized me until the end and she was always very glad to see me (big smile and big eyes ! ) which proves that there can still be a very strong relationship with totally demented people , its just another way of communicating with them - not treating them as actual children , I mean, still leaving them in their dignity ,( although its not always simple , it means changing your attitudes constantly (I remember that about 15 years ago , the moments that she was my mother , and in no time changing into someone very insecure and scared and then back to being my mother ). The difference is these people are no children ,these people have had their own lives lived , roared a family and still deserve to be treated with respect , and very,very much warmth . No long sentences or story's, just short and easy words , body-language and eye-contact .
But on to my card making , that is- I'm I 'm trying to get back into it . I finally got my pictures on to my laptop :
All of my cards are decoupaged by hand or 3 D as usual, using my punches and die cuts .
Thanks to the video of Becka Feeken on how to use a border punch I got this effect ,
Take care ,