Saturday, August 21, 2010

Sympathy

Today's card share is a sympathy card that I had made for a friend who lost a relative.  I use one of the Papertrey Ink stamp sets that I picked up while at CHA, Blooming Button Bits to stamp this card and kept it clean and simple.

Supplies: Blooming Button Bits - Papertrey Ink, Print Packs DSP-SU, Buttons, Eyelet Border punch, Nestie die, Ribbon, Perfect Polka Dot Impressions Folder, Dimensionals.  Color: Garden Green, Whisper White.

Hope you're enjoying your Saturday!

10 comments:

Susan (peebsmama) said...

This image makes a nice sympathy card. Very pretty in all greens.

jimlynn said...

Beautiful card! Love how you added the buttons and such pretty patterned paper. Gorgeous.
Lynn

Karen said...

OH Lynn I am SO JEALOUS that you got to go to CHA! I bet it was absolutely mind boggling all the beautiful stuff there! I would have been in heaven at the PTI stand and it would have saved me a pile of cash in shipping if I could have gotten it my self! lol

Your card is just beautiful! I really love that set and I think I'll get it on my next order!


Karen
x

Vicki S. said...

So excited to see you using a set you got at CHA (although I'm sorry that you needed a sympathy card). It's beautiful, of course, and I will probably be CASing you :D No surprise there!

Vicki said...

Gorgeous!!!

nina said...

Wow, this is such a beautiful card. Wonderful monochromatic look...

Dawn Easton said...

Lynn, this is gorgeous! I had this set on my table yesterday but didn't have time to get to it so I returned it to the shelf. Looks like I need to pull it out again! Thanks for inspiring me with your clean design!

Tina said...

Wow, this is so beautiful Lynn.

Monika/Buzsy said...

Pretty card Lynn. The image and colors are perfect for a sympathy card.

Lola G. said...

This is really lovely. I made some cards a few weeks ago using the Blooming Button Bits set, and I wasn't completely satisfied with the results. I think this design is much more pleasing to the eye, and I'd like to try my own version of it. It's hard to go wrong with the polka dots -- they're subtle, but they always seem to add a special touch to a card.