I sat down to work on this card one morning after I had dropped off some cards at my church and realized there wasn't a single sympathy card there. I couldn't even remember the last time I had made a sympathy card. I check my blog categories and the last one that showed up was in April. No wonder the church didn't have any. So that's the direction I went with this sketch. I kept it very, very simple so I could easily make a number of them to take up to the church.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Freshly Made Sketches: Heartfelt Sympathy
It's time for a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches! Today we have a sketch by Narelle.
It doesn't get much simpler than this. I love the calm and peaceful look of it.
In a completely different mood - guess who I saw yesterday? I was in my PJs, happily crafting about 7:30 in the morning - and I got a message from the fabulous Jen Timko. She was in town for pilot training (I think she said something about practicing disaster drills and emergency landings!) but before she went off and did that - we got a chance to meet and chatted about stamping and our boys for 2 1/2 hours. SO fun!! Other than the fact that I look distinctly cross-eyed - this selfie is proof that I got to spend time with her. Aren't I lucky? I love this online world of cardmaking and blogging that we all live in, particularly when it becomes real life!
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Your card is soft and lovely Kim! Cute photo of you two crafty ladies, so happy you got a chance to meet!ReplyDelete
Love the soft pink with neutrals on your card! Soooo pretty! And you two are looking pretty darn good yourselves for an early morning meet! I love meeting online friends for real! So glad you managed to get together!ReplyDelete
What beautiful color choices on this!! Oh so pretty! And you look wonderful!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful sympathy card, Kim! I never even gave a thought to using stamps for the shapes and you've done such a fabulous job with those butterflies. And I'm so happy you and Jennifer got to meet.ReplyDelete
I love butterflies for a sympathy card. And your's are beautiful. Love how you've use them for the sketch.ReplyDelete
Simplicity at its best :) and you guys look awesome !!ReplyDelete
This is awesome! It is so peaceful and wonderfully CAS! Perfect for a sympathy card.ReplyDelete
A soft, delicate, gorgeous sympathy card, Kim. The photo of you and Jen: fabulous! Isn't meeting crafty friends in real life the best? I didn't realize Jen was a pilot...another WOW!ReplyDelete
What a sweet card! I love those soft butterflies and the subtle colours! I also really love that picture of you and Jen! What a fun time! We definitely need a team get together!ReplyDelete
First of all I'm so jealous you guys got to hang out! Secondly, I adore your card - it's so pretty!ReplyDelete
This card is so pretty! I hadn't seen it yet when we chatted and these butterflies are a lovely take on the sketch! Thanks so much for dropping what you were doing to come over and hang out! Made all that emergency stuff SOOOO much more tolerable!!ReplyDelete