Sympathy cards are really difficult to make, but, I have been lucky enough to receive quite a number of beautiful handmade sympathy cards over the past few weeks, and wanted to share them with you, and to give the creators a huge thank you. I can’t tell you how much it has meant to me that each of you put the effort into making and sending such lovely cards. And I wanted you also to see, that sympathy cards don’t have to be done in certain colours or styles, they don’t have to be anything in particular, and these are all different, but gorgeous!
This first card was made by the very talented Debbie Fearns. I am lucky enough to have Debbie in my downline, and very grateful to have her and her family as close friends. Debbie has used her Big Shot and the new Top Note Die for this card.
This one is from Carolyn MacPherson, again Carolyn has used the Big Shot, this time with an embossing folder:
From Annette MacMillan:
This next one is from a friend who, as far as I know, has never done any classes in card making, and tells me that I inspired her to make her own cards. She has hand drawn the tree and this card is just stunning in real life. Thank you Carly, for the effort that went into this card.
From Carly Clough:
From my Secret Sister: – love this colour combination – it uses Soft Suede, one of the new In Colours, in combination with Baja Breeze.
From Kerri Donsky, a fellow demonstrator in Queensland:
And from Paula Allcock, also a demonstrator:
I am having some problems formatting this page, so my apologies if it comes out looking a bit odd! But I am sure you can decipher it!
Happy Sunday Stamping! 🙂