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Thoughts and Prayers Sympathy Card

I found myself needing a sympathy card and reached for the Thoughts and Prayers stamp set.  My inspiration for this card is from this week’s Hand Stamped Sentiments sketch challenge.  The sketch made it easy to put this card together in not time.

Stampin' Up! sympathy card

I used Soft Suede for the card base and Naturals Ivory card stock.  I like how these colors look together.  The tree and the greeting are embossed with Early Espresso embossing powder.  The small buttons on the upper right are from the Vintage Trinkets assortment.  I like the transparency of the seam binding ribbon on the side and also used the twine at the bottom of the image to bring focus to the tree.

Here’s the sketch I used to create my card.  I love this sketch because it has so many possibilities.  Visit Hand Stamped Sentiments to see how this sketch inspired our design team.

Hand Stamped Sentiments Sketch Challenge 162

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Thoughts and Prayers Sympathy card

Size:  5.50″ w x 4.25″ h

Stamp Sets:  Thoughts and Prayers

Paper:  Cardstock:  Soft suede, Naturals Ivory

Ink:  Versamark

Acessories:  Early Espresso Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Vintage Trinkets, Very Vanilla Seam Binding ribbon, Linen Thread

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One Response

  1. Simply elegant and pretty! I’m sorry that you need a sympathy card, they’re not the easiest to make and give. I love the tree image, and the sheer ribbons along the side, and how you tied the linen thread across!

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