Thursday, March 10, 2011

Sympathy Card

symp card

I had so much fun creating my first post for the Spellbinders blog that I decided to use the same concept and create a second card while my supplies were still out.  Have you ever given yourself permission to inspire yourself?  I think this is the first time ever for me!  I always feel like with everything I create I have to come up with something new!  Well, this card is quite different from yesterdays but definitely has some of the same elements.  For instance, I used the same Post It paper which is craft paper from the company who makes Post It notes.  You just peel the back off and add glitter.  It’s fabulous!  The stamp is also from JustRite but it’s a saying for a sympathy card.  It worked perfect stamped right on top of this card. 

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I also used the same border as yesterday but I turned it upside down and covered the other half.  It is Spellbinders S5-040 Floral Doily Accent border. 

I pray you have a beautiful day!

Supplies: Spellbinders Grand Calibur GC-001, S5-040 Floral Doily Accent, S5-042 Fleur de Lis Doily Accents, S4-116 Standard Circle LG, S5-027 Labels Twenty-One Tag;  JustRite Stampers, Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Ink, Sparkle N Sprinkle Shimmering Sea Glitter;  WorldWin, Oatmeal,  Treasures Cardstock; Post It Craft Paper by 3M; Pink Paislee Starlight Bright; Creative Impressions Bits of Bling Pearls; SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVE by 3L, 3D Foam Squares, E-Z Tape Runner; Black Dye Ink; Pattern Paper for Basic Grey; Prima Marketing Flowers

6 comments:

Margie H said...

Another stunning card, Julie! Love that you used your existing stash :)

Valerie said...

Oh Very Beautiful!

Anne-Marie said...

What a simply stunning card! I love all the soft colours, and everything just goes so well together....love it!

bethann said...

this is beautiful, wonderful as a sympathy card or change the sentiment and it would fit so mahny situations

Laura - Layers of Color said...

Another favorite, Julie! Scrumptious details! Love the musical edges and the main flower, gorgeous!

Holly - Wild Wyoming Art Cafe' said...

Beautiful! I love the stitching. I need to get my sewing machine out more. Love the glitter too. Gorgeous!

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