I’m sure I’m not alone in saying Sympathy cards are something I cringe at having to make.
The flower shop has asked me to make a small handful of Sympathy cards, as they often get requests for them. Double D’s challenge this month is Black and White, so it gave me a bit more incentive to make this card.
It was very simple to make. I cut a panel then punched along the bottom. The centre was made using two different sized dies, and cutting a frame, so the smaller die cut sat in the centre of the white panel with black showing through.
I then stamped it using an old Stampin’ Up! set.
Last but not least I added a small black bow.
*The stamping looks crooked here, but I’ve actually photographed it crooked. Very sorry!
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Beautiful in the black and white. And I love that gorgeous border too.
Thanks so much, Verna. It’s just a punch, but a lovely one.
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Beautiful and comforting! Great job! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘BLACK & WHITE’ challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.
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They are the most difficult for sure, yet they are the most needed! This is simply beautiful. Sure to bring comfort when needed. Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Double D Challenge Blog, Donna, DT Member.
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Wonderful sentiment. The pretty punched border and simple bow, along with the black and white really make a lovely sympathy card. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Double D.
Thanks so much, Darlene.
Thanks so much, Leslie. Yes, it’s a lovely sentiment.
This is a lovely, elegant card, very classy in black and white!
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Thanks so much, Karen!