I always struggle when it comes to making sympathy cards but when I saw these 2 gorgeous patterns in the Garden Impressions DSP #146289 from Stampin Up I decided it was perfect for a sympathy card. I added the sentiment using the Make A Difference #146676 stamp set #146676.
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I have been celebrating my love of beautiful patterned paper all month long. Today’s card uses the now retired Whole Lotta Lovely DSP from Stampin Up. The sentiment and flower were stamped using the now retired coordinating Lots of Love stamp set.
The card layout that I used on today’s card has been trending on Pinterest and Stampin Up blogs so I decided to give it a try myself. I textured the base layer with the Layered Leaves #143704 Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. The now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP was angled and then I added a double daisy punched from the Daisy Punch #143713. The sentiment was stamped on the Classic Label #141491 using the now retired [but still a favorite] Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Cammie created this sweet card using the Petal Palette #145788 stamp set from Stampin Up. She added a branch from the Seasonal Layers Thinlits #143751 and the heart nest was cut from the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits #141489.
These remarkable flowers are perfect for a remarkable person. These cards were made and showcase the soon to be retiring Remarkable You Stampin Up stampset. To create these cards Cammie stamped the remarkable flower then colored it with Stampin Up markers. The flowers were hand cut and placed on a basic black panel and scattered rhinestones about. The panel was double matted and then place off center onto a card base textured with the basket weave textured impressions embossing folder to create an all occasions card.
For today’s card I used a card from the Stampin Up Memories and More Color Theory Card Pack #144210 to create this simple card. The Color Theory Card Pack contains 52 Double Sided cards that are intended to be used for scrapbooking and memory making. The 4″ X 6 ” cards are perfect for creating card fronts and combining with other coordinating supplies to create a quick and easy card.
I recently had a Color Theory workshop and this is one of the cards using the Color Theory Card Pack #144210 from the Stampin Up Memories and More collection. I started the card with a piece of the Color Theory DSP Stack #144193 and then added 2 of the cards from the Color Theory Card Pack and a doily. The sentiment is from the Colorful Seasons #145348 stamp set. It is great how all these products work so well together and make card making a snap!