Sunday, June 7, 2009

Sympathy Card

I cannot take credit for this card. It is cased from sympathy card I saw online. The problem is I have been on so many different blogs and look at the scs gallery everyday that I am not sure whose card it was. I went back through the scs gallery for sympathy cards until mid April and can’t find it so I am sorry I can not credit whoever inspired me. It isn’t a complete case, the other card had some beautiful dsp paper and a lovely bordcards 001er on it also. I am happy with how the ribbon bow turned out, when I tied it the middle knot looks like a little flower! I ran the white paper through the big shot with a small dot texture plate and just could not keep from adding stickles to the flowers.

UPDATE! I finally found where I saw the card I was thinking of and would like to give credit. This beautiful card was the inspiration for this sympathy card.


  1. You did a beautiful job here. I love the ribbon!

  2. This came out very nice. Reminds me that sadly, I have to make two sympathy cards as well.

  3. This is a beautiful card! I, too, forget where I saw a card that I really like and end up casing in some form or another. I know the layout was a challenge from someplace, but alas, I don't remember where LOL!

  4. this is a beautiful card...the ribbon is ideal! TFS!

  5. lovely card.

    M.E. aka CMCMaryD@SCS


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