Tuesday, October 12, 2010

~~ Yet ANOTHER Sympathy Card ~~

Good Morning!! I found out yesterday that my friend Zannie, lost his battle with Lou Gehrig's disease and I wanted to make his sister, a card. God is good and I don't question His will, but I'm bout tired of making sympathy cards!! Anyway, I made those beautiful flowers from the Paisley cart. Used the Easter cart for the cross and George for the circle, on top of the Nestabilities scalloped circle. Added some gold buttons that Maxine, one of my "swimmin wimmin" gave me and added the small gold pearls in the corners. I did the tips of the flowers in gold Color Box Ink and then added a little sparkle with a Martha Stewart gold glitter pen. I also outlined the cross with the same pen, altho I'm sure you can't see it. I embossed the background paper and circle as well.The paper is from the So Sophie collection...I really am enjoying using this paper, I LOVE the texture! Thanks for stopping to take a peek!!!



Oh Joy, I am so sorry to hear about the lose of your friend. You have made a beautiful card and I'm sure his sister will cherish it.


Sorry for your loss, Joy. I know from experience how much a beautiful card like this will mean to your friend's loved ones. Great job.


Joy, So sorry to hear of your loss,
Your friends sister will greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness,
lovely card


So sorry, hon. Your card is a beautiful tribute to his life. Obviously done with love. xxD

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