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Friday, September 11, 2009

SYMPATHY CARDS


I promised I would post some pictures later today, so here they are. Sadly 3 of my girlfriends have asked me for sympathy cards in the last 2 weeks. I will let Michelle pick her two, then I will list the others in my shop. This is a lovely Stampin Up set, Close as a Memory. I have had it for almost a year and this is the first time I have used it. The image has a watercolor effect, and my watercolors were a little too bright! I stamped the image in Mellow Moss SU, ivory and olive (I think) are Stampin Up. I should say I know for sure they are Stampin Up, I am just unsure of the names of the colors. I used the Spellbinders Labels 8 Nestabilities and the Spellbinders Deckled Mega Rectangles Nestabilities. I stamped one in black ink, and the other three I used the black embossing powder, I like that better. I glued Cricut flowers to one, used a shimmery watercolor paint on another, used my Aqua painter and some Stampin Up ink on another, and my 2 way glue pen and glitter on another. Well I hope you like these. Thanks for Looking, ~Diane

9 comments:

  1. Very lovely, I just hate making sympathy cards it is so sad....♥

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  2. Diane, those are lovely, there is just something about embossed ivory paper it is soooo elegant. Hugs

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  3. Diane, these are so wonderful. I think we all struggle with creating sympathy cards and after I have made some I am never really happy with them. Will they be okay, will it make them sad, did I say the right thing? Your cards are just perfect.
    Carole

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  4. *Your Sympathy cards are so beautiful*

    "Thanx for stopping by my blog".

    ~Amor, Familia Y Cultura~
    Betty

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  5. I am always at a loss when asked to make a sympathy card or when I need to make one for someone I know, it's even harder. These came out just wonderfully, though. Beautiful and meaningful and the image is so pretty. You did a great job on these, Diane!

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  6. Diane, such lovely cards. Your tutorial was fabulous, but then you are a fabulous talent :o)
    Thanks so much for your kind words last week; it means a lot!!
    Cara DCRU DT

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  7. Too bad we have to make cards like this, but they are gorgeous! I like how much work you put into your posts as well as your cards, to say how you arrived at the end result.
    Great blog!!!

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  8. Such pretty cards, Diane, love the different variations... I love the one with the punched flowers. Great stamp!

    xxx Monica

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