Friday, April 6, 2012

Sympathy Card

Today, I am sharing a sympathy card I made for a friend who recently lost her sister. Keeping the colors on the lighter side, I hope this will comfort her.

To heat emboss the stamped image, I swiped the patterned paper and the copy paper (to catch the embossing powder) with The Perfect Crafting Pouch. By doing this, it will also ensure a clean crisp image. I assembled all the pieces to the card front with The Best Glue Ever and little bit of foam tape for dimension. I used The Embellie Gellie to place three pearls each on the top and bottom of Labels Ten die cut to finish the card.

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Supplies – Patterned Papers: My Mind’s Eye (Follow Your Heart Collection); Embossing Ink: TSUKINEKO (VersaMark); Embossing Powder: Stampendous; Stamp: JustRite Stampers (Thinking of You Borders & Centers); Pearls: KaiserCraft; Dies: Spellbinders Paper Arts (E8-008 Classic Edges Two; E8-004 Classic Ric Rac; S4-110 Classic Ovals LG, S4-112 Classic Ovals SM and S5-022 Labels Ten); Tools: ScraPerfect (The Best Glue Ever, The Perfect Crafting Pouch and The Embellie Gellie); Other: White cardstock and foam tape


Susie Bentz said...

Lovely card - the colors you chose are just perfect.

Robyn L. Coburn said...

I'm sorry about your friend's sister. Sympathy cards are hard. This one is very delicate and light.