On June 1, my son began a new journey in his life. He began serving as superintendent of the Washington State School for the Blind. I am so proud of him, so of course I had to send him a card.
The card base, front panel and stars are from an old card kit that I got from my local thrift store.
I'm hoping you can see in the photo on the right that I popped up some of the center stars for a little dimension.
The inside of my card was pretty simple with another stamped sentiment from the same set I had used on the front of my card. I added a few more of those stars for decoration.
We were lucky to tour the campus of the School for the Blind in Vancouver, WA, when we visited my son recently. It's a beautiful residential school with amazing facilities. I know he will be an outstanding superintendent who will make a real difference in the lives of so many students. He has a big heart and is passionate about his work with the blind and visually impaired.
Thank you so much for stopping by, and remember too laugh--a little or a lot--every day.