Saturday, July 23, 2016

Take Heart Sympathy Card

When I saw the color challenge at Watercoolor Wednesday I thought it would be great for a sympathy card. Since our church has a number of older adults, I never seem to have enough at the right time to encourage someone that they are in my prayers. Here's their color palette:





Thank you for visiting! May God bless your crafting and may your crafts in turn bless others!


I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
Alphabet Challenge - K for Kindness
Aud Sentiments Challenge #160 - anything goes with sentiment
Crafty Calendar July - punches and/or dies
Crafty Friends #36 - use your dies
Scrapy Land Challenge #46 - emboss it! (& using Spellbinders dies)




5.5" x 4.25" Card Recipe:
Paper - CTMH Cardstock: Juniper, Colonial White, Outdoor Denim, unknown pink, older scrap of Juniper and Cream dp
Stamps - CTMH "Take Heart"
Inks - CTMH Juniper, Thistle, Outdoor Denim, Copic B99 Agate (to color the blue sequins darker)
Tools - Spellbinders "Foliage Two" and "Splendid Circles Nestabilities;" CTMH Quatrefoil embossing folder
Embellishment - CTMH "Magical Sequins"







5 comments:

Gale said...

Gorgeous card Vickie. Love the embossing and dies. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Calendar and don’t forget to Join and be a Follower of our blog to be in with a chance to win the fab prizes!!! Hugs, Gale DT

Diane Louise J said...

Hello… Thanks for joining our challenge with your lovely project. Great use of Dies for our challenge theme. Good luck and hope you can join us again for our next challenge.
[Diane Louise, Team Leader for Crafty Friends Challenge Blog]

Maryvonne COUSSE said...

Beautiful card !
Thanks for joining us at Scrapyland Challenges blog and good luck !
Maryvonne DT Member

Sandy How said...

Wonderful Sympathy card, love the colour scheme, the fab diecuts and lovely sentiment
Thanks for sharing with us at Aud Sentiments and hope to see you again soon.
Hugs, Sandy

Helen said...

Great card - thanks for joining us at the Alphabet Challenge.

Helen x