Jan 13, 2018

With Deepest Sympathy

Hello Dies R Us friends.  Lena here today sharing a sympathy card I made for a friend who recently lost her brother.  These are without a doubt the hardest cards for me to make. 



These are the dies I used to put this card together.



I began with a 5.5" x 5.5" square card and centered the Paris border on it. I normally use the grid on my craft mat to help me centre my card and then my dies on my card.


Now it's time to cut the other pieces. I used all five layers to make my flower and then a few flourishes for the leaves. I always tend to keep Sympathy cards on the plain and simple side and this one was no different.
Once the front of the card was made, I worked a little on the inside. I cut a mat of the same paper as the flower and adhered it to the card. Next I stamped the greeting with Memento Tuxedo Black ink

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6 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful and thoughtful card.

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  2. Really great sympathy card. I sure wish that I had seen this last night, as I just put in an order for dies. I certainly will would included these. Wish list!

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  3. This is beautiful. That flower is gorgeous!

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  4. You made a beautiful and thought-filled card. May your friend find much comfort during this sad time.

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