Thursday, December 16, 2010

Thinking of You

Today's sympathy card is meant for someone who lost her father-in-law unexpectedly last week. I know her through work. She works at one of our clients, and looks after one of my bosses who works at that client site for three days a week. I met her in person a few months ago, and want to let her know that I've been thinking about her. I used the Larger Than Life set designed by Lisa Johnson. A wonderful and versatile set. It can be used for various occasions.



Supplies: All supplies by Papertrey Ink unless noted otherwise Cardstock: Smokey Shadow, Rustic Cream | Patterned paper: 2009 Bitty Dot Basics | Clear stamps: Larger Than Life, Asian Fusion (sentiment) | Ink: Smokey Shadow, ColorBox (Antique Pewter), Versafine (Onyx Black) | Tools: Small Scalloped Border Die, Larger Than Life Die, sewing machine | Foam dots: Zva Creative (AD01CB101)

The girls will have Christmas dinner at school this evening, and I have to prepare some dishes this afternoon. Off to run some errands. See you next time....

10 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful sympathy card Ingrid. Sorry for the occasion though. Very sweet of you to let her know she's in your thoughts.

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  2. k vind hem heel mooi.

    Gr. Anita

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  3. wat een heel mooi lief en stijlvol kaartje
    zo knap dat je ook dit soort kaartjes zo mooi weet te maken
    je bent een kanjer!

    lfs mij

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  4. Ik weet zeker dat ze dit heel erg zal waarderen. Met ingetogen kaartjes heb ik altijd een beetje moeite, maar jij tovert ze zo uit je mouw.

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  5. Ingrid, that is beautiful. Stunning in its simplicity! I am sure she will appreciate your thought as well.

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  6. This is perfect for a sympathy card, very peaceful and serene.

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  7. prachtige kaart ingrid, bedankt voor de inspiratie

    gr corinne

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  8. Beautiful card Ingrid, I didn't get this set, but maybe I should have. Very appropriate for a sympathy card. xox

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  9. The muted greys/blacks are appropriate; serious, respectful and beautiful. Great job on a difficult card to make.

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