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Friday, November 13, 2009
FAUX DESIGNER PAPER
A few posts ago, I mentioned that I rarely use sentiments of thanks, so it just figures that I'd need a "thank you" card. The Office Manager at my son's doctor's office has been sooooo very helpful in getting a claim filed (again and again and again) correctly and properly so that the insurance would review and approve it. This claim was generated over a year ago for lab work, and I know the Office Manager could very well have sent me to deal with the lab, but I'm so glad that she didn't. This claim, if not paid by insurance, would have cost me $350, but I knew the lab work was a covered service. And it was--finally! So, for using her experience and connections to save me a ton of run-around and further aggravation, I made this card to send to her. I absolutely love the faux designer paper technique, and isn't Stampin' Up!'s "Friends 24-7" stamp set just awesome? Other Stampin' Up! products used include Whisper White, Elegant Eggplant, and Soft Suede card stock, Iridescent Ice embossing powder, VersaMark, Soft Suede, Brocade Blue, and Certainly Celery ink, Organza ribbon, Modern Label, Word Window, and Scallop Oval punches, and the handy dandy distressing tool.