Monday, February 6, 2017

With Sympathy


Today's card was created for the latest Just Us Girls and Addicted To CAS challenges. I started by layering a piece of dark brown wood grain patterned paper from the Little Yellow's Bicycle's Fern & Forest 6x6 paper pad onto my white card base. I then die cut a rectangle panel using a stitched edge Gina Marie Design die and layered it onto some plain white cardstock. I stamped the pawprint from the Simon Says Stamp Pawprints On Our Hearts stamp set onto the panel using Gina K Designs charcoal brown ink. I die cut the sentiment using a Simon Says Stamp die and adhered it onto the panel using my Zig Two Way glue pen. For a finishing touch I popped the focal panel up off of the card using some 3M foam tape. I hope you like this simple sympathy card and thank you so much for visiting my blog!

11 comments:

Ina G said...

Simple and perfect for such a sad time when we say goodbye to a much loved pet.

Lisa Kind said...

I sincerely hope you don't have to send this card! It's so pretty and perfect for the loss of a pet. Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Suite sympathy card-- I do a lot of these. Thanks for joining in at JUGS

Lisa Elton said...

I like th woodgrain and the stitches draw print! It's s wonderful pet sympathy card.

Carolyn King said...

I need a pet sympathy card---thanks for the great inspiration! So sweet!

Chris Dring said...

I hope you don't have need to use this soon, but it is a very pretty pet sympathy card. Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls

Sybrina K said...

As a dog lover, I can't imagine receiving a sweeter sympathy card.

Helen Gullett said...

What a cute CAS card. Love that paw :)

CHRISTINA HOR said...

Hi Celeste. This is such a lovely card. I like the stitches on the paw. May you have a lovely rest of your week and thank you so much for taking part in my blog hop for Hug a Heart Card Drive. Take care.

Rannah Romps said...

CONGRATULATIONS ON BEING A WINNER!!!!

Bobby said...

What a sweet pet sympathy card. I'm so glad you shared it with us at Addicted to CAS.