Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Thinking of You at this difficult time

After using the Sympathy cards that I had put aside, I am needing to create a few more.  Sometimes you need one and don't have the time to create it right there and then.

I wasn't quite sure what was meant by "Borders" so have taken my interpretation from the DT examples and hoping I have understood correctly.

I would like to enter:
Creative Knockouts - Borders
http://creativeknockouts.blogspot.com/2020/03/341-border-time-fred-she-said.html
Paperbabe Stamps - Anything Goes
http://paperbabestamps.blogspot.com/2020/03/paperbabe-stamps-challenge-114-anything.html

I added a strip of patterned paper from a paper pad across the card.  The image is from Fred She Said and the sentiment is from Bird's Cards.  Colouring is with copic markers and Wink of Stella.  Matting is pink pearlescent paper.

2 comments:

  1. A perfect card for the occasion. I try to have a t least one in my box as often if needed for yourself it can be quite hard to make when emotions are raw. I hope you are staying safe and well. We are about to go into lock down here in the UK with all schools closing from Friday and a swathe of the population advised to stay indoors which is the category we come into. Am trying to order out groceries on line but the web page keeps falling over as it can't cope with the demand. Very worrying times for everyone world wide at the moment. Hugs Mrs A.

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    1. I've got a bad cold at the moment so I'm staying indoors so don't spread it to anyone else. A good excuse to do some crafting. We haven't got to lockdown but everyone has been panic buying anyway. Apparently, someone ordered 90 cans of corn on an online order. The result is that the shelves are empty and those who aren't bulk buying are struggling to get their normal groceries. With being sick, I'm running out of tissues but I suspect when I get someone to go to the supermarket for some there won't be any there.

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