5/19 Elegant Sympathy


I took some time a few days ago to stamp a couple of sympathy cards. This was one of them. I used a long retired stamp called Stipple Hydrangea. I stamped it onto my card with White Craft ink and let it dry naturally. I framed it with a leftover cut out from the Top Note die. I used the Word Window Punch with a sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes. It's a very simple card . . . but full of caring and concern. I pray I do not have to use it anytime soon.
The inside of my card repeats the image from the front of the card. It has a softer look though because it is the White Craft ink stamped onto Kraft paper. The sentiment is from Close as a Memory.

Here are the supplies I used:

Stamps: Stipple Hydrangea (retired), Teeny Tiny Wishes, Close as a Memory for the inside sentiment
Paper: Basic Black, Kraft
Ink: Craft White, Basic Black
Tools: Big Shot Machine, Top Note Die for the Kraft frame, Word Window Punch
Adhesives: Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive

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Comments

Chris Glebus said…
Beautiful Card Kay. I never thought about using my scraps from the top note die for other cards. Thanks for the tip.