Today is a sympathy card, kept very simple,and all white ( I do love an all white card…did you guess that?) I have dry embossed a layered background with a stampin up embossing folder, Foiled a couture creations hot foil stamp with silver foil, die cut that piece with a stitched oval die, and then just added a few flowers. So many things on just now… still trying to get organised for my craft fair in a couple of weeks, and then it will be full steam ahead organising my six classes for the cruise next February. I know that seems a long time away but time continues to fly and there is a lot of preparation work for the cruise classes 2 cards each class and all die cutting and embossing have to be done beforehand to limit the amount of luggage I have to take on board. It’s all good fun! Til tomorrow….
Quite often the last thing we want to do is make a sympathy card when we need one. I find it’s always handy to have a couple put away for when they are needed, and my rule with sympathy cards is the simpler the better.The card I have done here is a perfect example of my theory. I have used stampin up cardstock – early espresso, crumbcake and very vanilla, and a stampin Up stamp which looks ok even though it’s not coloured – any simple stamp will do – and a simple seam binding bow.I have also subtly inked around all the edges with a brown ink pad ( in this case Stamp in up Early espresso). I had a lovely lesson with my ladies this morning – it’s so good to see them every month, and they are always so good even when I might be a bit vague, as I was this morning – I had a sick son at home, he seems a little better this afternoon, so all is well in my world again! Til tomorrow….