Monday, January 16, 2012

MC Jan/12 - With Deepest Sympathy

At my age, I'm so glad I haven't had to use too many of these types of cards. But it's always good to be prepared... And I wish the pic would be better. It's hard to see the softness of the stamping.

I'm using a sentiment stamp from Quietfire Design

Just click on the card image to see more details and descriptions. Enjoy

And it fits for these challenges:
Die Cut Dreams  #106 Sympathy
Stamps Fun Creativity  #82 Pink & Grey
The Shabby Tea Room  #96 Grey/silver, pink, peach & lilac, lace (fabric or CS) & a metal embellie

12 comments:

Carole said...

Beautiful Yogi, I really like the softness of the card and yes I can see it.

Kreativmonster said...

I like the style of that card, it is quiete elegant. Here in Germany, cards for this occasions are traditionally black and white.

Thanks for playing along with us at stamps&fun=CREATIVITY.

craftykitten said...

What a beautiful card and I love that sentiment stamp. Thanks for sharing with us at Die Cut Dreams in our Sympathy challenge this time.
hugs
Dawn xx

Deb said...

Beautiful and classy creation, such lovely colors, thanks so much for joining our challenge at Die Cut Dreams
Debs
xxx

irishfaery said...

Beautiful card. Soft and simple.

x

Anonymous said...

Excellent post! I think you've encapsulated the mission of this blog and our challenge.

Wanda H said...

A beautiful card, Yogi!!! That shadow stamp looks just like a torn piece of muslin.

Crafty Chris said...

A beautiful card, Thanks for joining us at DCD.
Chris x

Anonymous said...

Interesting post, this was really useful. thanks!

Melissa Bove (SCS ~ Melissa1872) said...

Such a beautiful card! So subtle and elegant! And I love the lace along the edge! Perfect!!

Thank you very much for joining us this week at The Shabby Tea Room!

Hugs...
Melissa

ChristineCreations said...

Very soft and elegant. Lovely effect on the stamping Yogi!

Kristen said...

So beautiful. I love the etherial quality. It is so lovely.