Saturday, September 15, 2007

For Hala


Hala, I enjoyed making this card and mandala for you. I haven't met you before but I hope that these images make you smile! Here is a link to Hala's blog if you want to make her a card.

11 comments:

Frances said...

Wow Love that mandala. The picture is so pretty too. Lovely fresh colours.

Rima said...

Thanks, Bobbie! I love both of these cards, especially the mandala and I'm sure Hala will too.

Sweet Irene said...

Wow, Bobby, you did a great job, good for you!

Rima said...

Hala put up your cards on her blog - thank you so much, this so adorable.

Frances said...

So clever the way you turned it into heart shapes round the edge.
Hope it cheered her up.
Have you seen Neda's? also lovely

dianeclancy said...

this is very beautiful, Bobbie - very kind.

~ Diane Clancy
www.dianeclancy.com/blog

Sue O'Kieffe said...

the mandala reminds me of those fortunes we used to make out of folded paper, and when you opened one of the sides there would be a good wish inside. do you know what im talking about. im sure somewhere there are instructions for it online but that sounds like too much work. anyway, it is very charming.
~sue

Neda said...

Bobbie, you are a true guardian angel. Thank you on behalf of Fawzan and Rima's extended family.

Sweet Irene said...

Hi Bobbie, I have two surprises on my blog for you today. Go check them out! Have a lovely day. Ciao...

Debi said...

The hearts around the mandala are very clever and sweet! Both are beautiful as befitting Hala.

P.S. I haven't confessed to you I don't know how to make mandalas with our version of Photoshop. Something you can teach me :)

Bobbie said...

It was joyful to me to be able to do something that might bring a smile to Hala. My brother Mike had lymphoma and I remember these days well and how important the kind act of strangers can be.

Debi, gosh, I'd be pleased to teach you what little I know about mandalas. First you make a pie :)