Hello! I’m working on my sympathy card stash. I had a little delay because my cutting mats were all warped and I needed to flatten them. It’s a easy process but took a little time this morning but I’m good to go now and cutting has resumed! I do like simple cards and todays card is really simple
A quick sympathy card today. This is a clean layout with just one layering swatch and two stamps. The flower is EE65 and was colored with alcohol ink markers. The ribbon hole was created with EK Success Vertical Slot punch.
Keeping it simple with this card. First, cut out three scalloped ovals of white dull gloss paper and stamp the flowers. Very important to set the ovals aside to dry before coloring. Then stamp the words on the lower portion of a 4×5.25” piece of white dull gloss. Again, important to let ink dry before coloring and assembling! The middle scallop oval is popped up with a 3D dot. Links are below!
A sympathy card today. I love these flowers and bees! Can you tell? This is a good card for mailing because it is flat and will fit into a regular envelope nicely. The words can easily be changed to fit other occasions too. Links are below!
Happy Friday! Here is a very simple sympathy card that only takes a few minutes to put together. To stamp the sympathy phrase, I placed the white piece of paper with the oval cutout on the card and marked lightly with a pencil where the edges were before taking away the white piece and stamping the words. Then stamped the flower and bee on the white piece, colored the images and assembled.
Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend and links are below.