Monday, February 2, 2009


My husband had surgery at Mt. Zion U.C.S.F. eleven days ago. My mom and I spent a few evenings in a hotel nearby. I took images and paper to play with will waiting. This is one of the collages I finished. The necklace I had made a few days before we left. I will call her my"Healing Angel". My hubby is doing well!

11 comments:

lorhen82 said...

Steff, I'm so glad your hubbie is doing well! Your Healing Angel is pretty, and you'll always have her as a reminder of how you got through this trying time. ~Lori

~♥~ Monica S said...

Hello!
Thanks for visiting me in "norway"... I have looked at all your artwork! WOW! Beautiful necklaces and purses and dolls!! I thought those card-dolls were so precious!! I have never seen anything like them before!! :-)
LOVE this healing angel necklace!! Beautiful!

Come by again some time!
Monica

Marie Reed said...

It sounds like your healing angel is doing good work! Get Well Soon wishes to your hubby!

Diana said...

This is a very special piece, Steff. Love your use of paper and fabric. The necklace is great and looks wonderful in this photo.

La Donna Welter said...

So glad your hubby is doing well! Love your "Healing Angel"! : )

SherryRoseBella said...

I love the beautiful "Healing Angel" you created & the necklace is beautiful, as well. That was a great idea to take your project to work on while you were waiting and worrying!! Hope your husband has a quick recovery.
Sherry

Jen Crossley said...

What a beautiful piece and a very meanful one.Glad your husband is doing okay
Jen

Viola said...

Stunning artwork again, Stephani! Love your "Healing Angel" !

La Donna Welter said...

Stephani,
Thank you for your kind note! I could just give you a big hug! : )
La Donna

Couture de Papier said...

Love your healing angel and purses! What are the art angels?

lindacreates said...

I hope your husband continues to heal and love your healing doll! I wish I lived closer and could attend your showing.

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