Yesterday I filled the hole I had in my get well cards slot of my card stash. I found I also had also just mailed my last sympathy card. I prefer to have them on hand, instead of making them up as needed.
Watercolor Wednesday Challenge this week is all about occasions, including sympathy.
I prefer my sympathy cards to include a monochrome palette and a botanical image with a simple sentiment.
Here are my offerings today:
Penny Black Bejeweled
Hero Arts With Sympathy
Hero Arts Delicate Vines
Hero Arts Remember
Hero Arts Delicate Leaf Clusters
Hero Arts Remember
Hopefully these will sit in my card box for a long time. Thanks so much for visiting.
you used some oldies but all time classic HA stamps and they're all so pretty in the monochrome.
Perfect sympathy cards - love that blue!
Beautiful sympathy cards, Cat. I love that blue color!
These are all lovely designs, perfect for sympathy cards, Cat, and I love your adorable feline get well cards from your last post, too!! Hugs, Darnell
Lovely cards! Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges!
They are all pretty and are perfect for Sympathy cards. I only have one in my stash and have been meaning to restock.
These are 3 excellent cards, each one is quite different but quite special xx
Cat, these will go a long way to filling the void in someone's heart. So perfect!
We have the same idea for sympathy cards & these 3 are just lovely! I probably wouldn't think to use that beautiful flourish stamp (2nd card), but now I will!
Yes lets hope they will sit in the box Cat. What beautiful and elegant cards, perfect for the occasion x.
These are all such beautiful cards, Cat! I have a couple of Sympathy cards on hand but also hope they are not needed for a long time.
Simple and beautiful!! Sometimes less is more.
Wonderful creations with exactly the right tone for the occasion.
Beautiful Sympathy cards, Cat... and I'm with you, make them up in advance that way the sadness doesn't ruin your attempt.
Nice x 3! I really do like your idea of monochrome botanicals. Beautiful stamps. I've always particularly admired that Hero Arts background.
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