Sympathy Silhouette

Hi there 🙂 I seem to be getting bogged down in strips of paper that are leftovers from cutting 12×12″ sheets down for envelopes. I’ve been saving them, and seeing as how I make a LOT of envelopes, well…..time to do something with them! I grabbed an assortment of green strips, and cut them with a scallped edge die. After repositioning them about a hundred times, the idea for this card came to me. I layered the die cut strips on the top of a piece of CS that I’d stamped and embossed. The silhouette flowers, and butterfly seemed so peaceful, that I decided to add to my sympathy card stash. A stamped and embossed sentiment, a few black gems, and black matting finish this card off.

I’d like to enter this in the following:

Bizzy Becs Monthly Challenge – April ATG

Penny’s Paper-crafty Challenge – #520 ATG

Allsorts Challenge – Week 674 ATG optional Scenic

Stamping Sensations – May Anything stamped with option of Floral and Fauna

Pixie’s Crafty Snippets – #427 ATG with Snippets

9 comments

  1. What a lovely sympathy card you’ve made with your snippets.

    Thanks for submitting homework to the Snippets Playground. It’s your turn to put on a flower garland, grab a ribbon and dance around the Maypole! Xxx

  2. A pretty design for a sympathy card, thank you for sharing with us at Allsorts this week.
    Lorraine

  3. Such a great idea for using your left overs. Great design for your sympathy card. Thank you for sharing and joining in with us at Bizzy Becs for our Anything Goes Challenge. Karen DT

  4. Brilliant use of snippets Susan for a really lovely card. I do love the floral stamp you used as well – so perfect for a sympathy card.

    Hugs

    Di xx

  5. A great use of your snippets and it’s a lovely card for such a sad occasion. Thanks for taking part in my challenge week at Allsorts challenge. Lynn x

  6. A lovely card and a great design using your leftover scraps of paper.
    Thanks for sharing at Stamping Sensations.
    Avril x

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

*