. . . but this time around I made them pretty easy with a clean & simple design.
Hello Friends and Welcome Back to my Blog!
Today I have a set of four sympathy cards to share. I know we all dislike making these cards because that means someone has lost a loved one and is hurting. But hopefully just by sharing a simple card we can let them know they are not alone and we will help them through the difficult days ahead.
Here are four of the same design just used different colored card stock panels along with my Tim Holtz 'Flourish Layering Stencil' and white craft ink.
Here's a peek at the inside sentiment . . .
Once my ink was dry on my stenciled panel, I did a bit of accenting with a white Prisma pencil.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll come back tomorrow when I'll have a card to share that was created for the new challenge offered up over on the Sisterhood of Crafter.
BEFORE YOU GO ...
While writing up this post I realized the name on the stencil is identified as a 'layering stencil' so I thought "hmmm so I should try something a little different" and created this card. I stenciled it with white craft ink first the moved the stencil over and sponged it with a TH oxide purple ink.
I like the stenciling done both ways but doing it this way will save me from doing the highlighting by hand ... will have to keep THAT in mind in the future.
Thanks for sticking with me to the end . . . LOL!
As always . . .