Wednesday, October 24, 2012

With Sincere Sympathy... Clean and Simple

Wow, This clean and simple card was harder for me to make than a regular card! I wanted to add embellishments! And No Cricut on this one!




Bird and flower stamps from Recollections
Martha Steward Ladybug Embossing powder
Tim Holtz Distressed ink Walnut Stain
A Muse Studio Cherry Ribbon
Docerela Creations With Sincere Sympathy Stamp Mix Match III
Liquid Pearls White


Entering into:
A Muse Studio: Singular Sensations
Perfect Sentiments: Birds and Blooms

18 comments:

  1. This is soooooooooooo beautiful!! I love love love the colors and loveeeeeeeeee the bird!!!

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  2. This is lovely! The little pink bow is really sweet:)

    Annette
    My Mind's Dust Bunnies

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  3. Hey Carri, what a sweet card!! I have not used any of my cricuts, or my Silhouette in so long, I don't even remember how to use that Silhouette!! I here it is wonderful, I just need to actually use it to remember it! karen♥

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  4. Great card. I love the dove stamp. --C

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  5. Beautifully clean & simple!! Love your card and thanks for joining us at The Perfect Sentiment!

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  6. Beautiful, Carri!! The bird is a gorgeous focal point of the card!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  7. Sympathy cards are hard enough to make - yours is just simply beautifu, Carri!

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  8. This is so pretty, the CAS look is really nice!

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  9. this is beautiful that bird is so pretty. I think cas is a harder look to achieve. With embellishments you can hide your mistakes.

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  10. Carrie, it turned out beautiful...hugs

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  11. Crisp and clean-beautiful Carri!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  12. The stamps really stand out. I love the bow and liquid pearls.

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  13. Great CAS card. Thanks playing with us at the A Muse Studio Challenge blog.

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  14. Love the simplicity and beauty!
    Enjoy your day,
    Migdalia

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