Tuesday, November 19, 2019


A fellow card maker lost her mother recently.  I usually go a little dark but I decided to go with a little more bright approach this time.

The white piece I put in the middle of the yellow polka dot band was a left over piece after I had punched a border before and I thought I might be able to use it and I think it worked just perfect here.

Spellbinders - Asters and Poppies die
Teresa Collins - He said, she said paper
Elizabeth Craft Designs - with sympathy die

Thank you so much for taking out the time to stop by and say Hi,



Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

These muted colors are really pretty. I think it works well for a Sympathy card too. I’m sure she will appreciate your thoughtfulness.

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful page, love that blue and yellow mustard together.xx
{The photo of Darlene and I was posted a while back too but diff layout, memorable days...miss her]

Kim said...

This is a lovely sympathy card; the colours are just right. Your card will bring a smile to the lady's heart at this sad time.

Debbie said...

a beautiful card connie, they are always the most difficult to pick out in the card store. sending them is just as hard. i like the colors and the brighter presentation!!!

Louca por porcelana said...

How sweet!

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

Gorgeous. I love this colour combination for a sympathy card. Pretty aster colour.

Leslie Miller said...

I think sometimes it's nice to have a sympathy card that sends a little bit of sunshine when it's needed. You've made a card that conveys your sympathy, but is cheerful and pretty. That's a good thing!

Donna Phelan said...

Sorry for the need and her loss. This is perfectly sweet and wil convey your feelings in her time of need. xo~