Oct 21, 2018

Hummingbird Sympathy

Hi, fellow paper crafters!  It's Julie with you today from Muddy Paws & Inky Fingers.  It's always a pleasure to be sharing some of the wonderful Dies R Us products with you!

I'm a church organist.  One of my duties, besides Sunday services, is playing for funerals.  I seem to always need a sympathy card.  Today, I used some gorgeous Dies R Us products and created a sympathy card:



I'll go over all the supplies a bit later in this post, but here's a photo of them, before I started:

The nesting dies are from Yvonne Creations Dies.  It is the Nesting Frame Die.  I love this die, but there's a bit of a learning curve with it.  Make sure you keep track of your layers, or it can get confusing.  I've ruined some paper, cutting the pattern in the wrong direction.  I always reassure myself -- it's only paper!!

Here's a shot of how I did the card base:


Notice how I leave the largest die outside of the fold of the card base.   If you look closely at the finished card, you can see where that fold is.  The outside layer is exactly the same size on the left side of the card (where the fold is).



Now, as promised -- a list of supplies used:






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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful sympathy card, Julie! Yvonne Creation die cuts are one of my favorite line. This one is fabulous. Love the LF papers too!

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  2. What a beautiful creation Julie! Thanks for all the details and inspiration!

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  3. Sympathy cards are always tough. Yours is so very lovely!

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  4. What a lovely Sympathy card. They are always tough to make.

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  5. Love the nesting frames and bird dies. Terrific colors for this fab Sympathy make!

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  6. Lovely card that is bound to bring a small measure of comfort.

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