A Stampin’ Get Well


So… most of you know that I’ve had a short stay at Hotel Maui Memorial.  Not exactly the most exciting resort, but I got good care and am getting better. Hopefully I will have a new and improved back.

Anyway… a couple of the Maui Stampers dropped by just to bring some cheer and well wishes… it was very exciting.  You need to see what they made…


The box of Junior Mints was banded with some nice dsp and a tag. And Cheryl brought some great lilikoi jam that she made… from her own vine!! And the cute little get well doggy has a tea bag on the inside.  And, I love the keep calm card. The layering of each element of the stamps with the buttons really makes the sentiment stand out.  Here is another picture that shows the inside of the tea bag…


I must say, this wasn’t the extent of the visitors and gift giving. I am so blessed to have my mom here to help out and my husband’s parent have been a lifeline (literally…by bringing non-hospital food).  And not to mention aunties, cousins, etc.  And desserts and plants. I’m so thankful for everyone and the extent to which they went to make sure I felt loved. Its been wonderful.  And, one last picture…. since I knew I was gonna be sitting here…for a while… I brought some composition book covers I made… to sew on the closure buttons:


These will be available at my craft show (yeah… you read right… more details to come)   so.   This opportunity to get them finished up was good…  anyway… hopefully I can break out of here tomorrow.  I finished the buttons.  And I’ve almost finished 2 mds scrapbook albums… (but the husband needed the computer tonight so he took it…)  don’t forget… mds sale is extended til Sept 14!!  Anyway…  thanks for all the thoughts and prayers.  And thanks to everyone who came to visit and send well wishes.  I am well loved!


About clkondo

I am a teacher, mother, wife, and LOVER of all things papercrafting. It's been my sanity (and sometimes insanity) for the past 10 years. I am an Independent Stampin' UP Demonstrator...which helps me pay for my passion...

2 responses »

  1. So glad you’re not “wasting your time” in there!! Ha! I was in Kapiolani for 3 1/2 months when pregnant with Malia. The doctors stopped asking how I was doing & just wanted to see what I was making that day. So glad you’re feeling better!

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