Friday, February 12, 2016

Sympathetic Post

I'm quite sorry that I don't have photos of the fabulous cards I made at a workshop last night to share with you. I'm sure I will tomorrow, so no need to continue to wallow in sorrow today. Perhaps a couple of cards made several months ago and can ease your suffering.

The Fine Print: Stamps, toppers, and card parts by Club Scrap "Tilescapes." Also, for easing suffering try one or more of the following: whiskey, wine, women, song, retail therapy, nachos, or chocolate.

9 comments:

Bad Kitty said...

sad but nice card

butterfly said...

These are really great - simple and to the point, an approach much needed in difficult times.
Alison x

Barb said...

Just right Judy. Barbxx

MaryH said...

Cute writeup of your post, and your prettily designed card did ease my suffering too, and I'm so glad you didn't wallow for too long anyway. These are unusual colors for a sympathy card, but work so nicely. Somber colors are not always just what the person needs to comfort. Love the design, & absolutely love the play of colors. Well done! Looking forward to the great photos of the fun workshop too! Have a super Val Day and happy wkend too. TFS

Maxine D said...

Wonderful cards Judy - it pays to have some sympathy cards on hand as I find making them under pressure is not easy,
Blessings
Maxine

SARN said...

Lovely font and I like the deep orange colour too.

xxx

LesleyG said...

Yep, most of the fine print methods work for me except I can't sing. Nice cheery card to make someone's day better xxx

Greta said...

Perfect for sympathy cards, Judy!

chrissy xx said...

Cards that are always needed..Pretty colours and designs PJ.
I always try to have a couple handy.
Chrissyxx
Wine & Chocolates!