Thursday, February 23, 2012

With Sympathy

Here is a card I made using my new "This & That Graceful" 6x6 pad from Echo Park. There are some really lovely patterns in this pad!!! And they are double sided. I thought these particular patterns would make a sympathy card that is sure to cheer anybody up. Luckily, I don't know anybody in need of a sympathy card, but they're great to have on hand. The light wood grain pattern is the back side of the large floral print, which has a great variety of colors. I used a stamp from Papertrey Ink, a Nestabilities die, and a scallop edge punch by Fiskars. Now for the paper yummies:
I am entering this card here:
Do You Stack Up "Distress" challenge
Ooh-la-la Creations Challenge #99
Simon Says Stamp "Use 3 different papers"

Thanks for looking!

Supplies: cardstock: Recollections (kraft), Georgia Pacific (white); patterned papers: Echo Park; stamp: Papertrey Ink; inks: Tsukineko (black), Ranger (distress); die: Nestabilities by Spellbinders; die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provocraft; scallop edge punch: Fiskars; distressing tool: Imaginisce; ribbon: Hobby Lobby; button: craft supply; baker's twine: Divine Twine; sewing machine: Kenmore; thread: Singer; dimensional adhesive: American Crafts


  1. Very pretty dp and colors! Thanks for sharing your lovely creation at the Pixie Cottage :)

  2. This is such a pretty card and the papers really are gorgeous.
    Thanks for joining us at The Pixie Cottage this week xx

  3. A really pretty card I love stitching and the papers are lovely
    Thank you so much for sharing with us at ooh la la this week
    I do hope we see you again

  4. This is so pretty. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.


  5. This is very pretty! The papers are great and I love the colors.
    Thanks for playing with us at The Pixie Cottage this week!!

    Many Blessings,

  6. I love how you used sticking to accent the card. So creative. :-)
    Come lend your creativity to my challenge blog and win a free stamp. :-)

  7. such a pretty card, love your choice of colours so glad you joined us at Ooh La la