Monday, August 13, 2012

a sympathy card

Sympathy cards are one of my favorite cards to make.
I love to go to the dollar store and find great poems or quotes and use them.
I also like having these on hand because when someone loses someone - getting a card is so appreciated.
Unfortunately, I say that from experience.

So here's a sympathy card I made with some older Basic Grey and a butterfly punch.
I used a square card from Studio G. and covered the hole that was on the front (actually cut it off).

I couldn't help myself - I used Lavenderia again for the font. My new fave.
Plus, a bit of embossed green cardstock on sale at Michaels for 39 cents a sheet.

Here's the lovely poem inside that I stole from a Dollar Tree card:

Isn't that beautiful? Love it!
Now, let's hope I never have to send this card.

Looking forward to my two cards classes this week and catching up on some paperwork so I can start school one week from today.

Tomorrow I'll be sharing some new goodies I just got! See you then!

5 comments:

Christina Collins said...

It's perfect! Beautiful and I just love how you decorated the inside as well.

Madeline said...

Beautiful inside and out!

Jann Gray said...

Tracie...I LOVE that! Such pretty paper and the sentiment is so very perfect! I am so going to put this design in my "sketch book" with your permission because I would love to use it as inspiration for some cards. Just LOVE this!

April Michelle said...

Great card!

TracieClaiborne said...

Jann - feel free! Thanks!