Stamping with Princess – Sympathy Card

Stamping with Princess – A Sympathy Card

sympathy

Though not a fun card, a very necessary one. Here is the card I made for my brother-in-law because his grandmother just passed away. I think it has the right mood for the occassion and is not too masculine nor too feminine.

I actually made two sympathy cards but thought the other was a bit too cheerful. I’ll save it for an occassion when someone is having a “Celebration of Life”.

Two sympathy cards with different moods

Two sympathy cards with different moods

 

Supplies:

  • Large Rosebud stamp by DenamiDesign K41
  • Heartfelt Sympathy stamp by Paper Inspirations F10501
  • 1 piece dark brown cardstock
  • 1 piece light pink cardstock
  • 1 piece dark pink cardstock
  • 1 piece typing paper
  • black inkpad
  • embossing pad
  • silver embossing powder
  • 1 piece brown ribbon
  • hole punch
  • embossing gun
  • puffy tape
  • double sided tape

Instructions:

  1. Trim dark brown cardstock to 8 1/2 x 5 1/2. Fold in the middle to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 with the fold at the top.
  2. Trim the typing paper to 5 x 3 3/4 and adhere inside dark brown cardstock with double stick tape creating a place to write a note. Set aside.
  3. Trim dark pink cardstock to 2 1/4 x 3 1/2. Trim light pink cardstock to 1 1/2 x 3 1/4.
  4. Stamp the large rosebud on the light pink cardstock with black inkpad. Adhere to the right side of the dark pink cardstock with double stick tape leaving 1/8 border around.
  5. Punch two holes on the left side of the dark pink paper approximately half way up. Tie ribbon around the holes.
  6. Heat emboss the sympathy stamp on the bottom right side of the dark brown cardstock using the embossing pad, silver embossing powder and heat gun. It should be 1/2 from the bottom and 1/4 from the right.
  7. Adhere the pink rose to the left side of the card using puffy tape.
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1 Comment

  1. Vickie said,

    March 16, 2009 at 22:55

    Yes, I think you capture the masculin sympathy thing quite well. It is a good design for that occasion. Two thumbs up!


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