Monday, August 23, 2010

MASKED AND MARKERED FLOWERS AND SYMPATHY


HELLO! Happy Monday. We had such a relaxing Sunday. Both my husband and I woke up and were feeling under the weather, so we slept and slept. I  tried to go into my stamp room but just could not muster enough energy, I was so fatigued, I came back and ended up resting the entire day.


Does this look familiar? I am using a remaining portion of card stock from THIS card. I had a dear friend lose her father to cancer this week, so I created this card for her... 


Since this is a remaining strip of card stock, the technique I used is called MASKED AND MARKERED from the Technique Junkies Newsletter. The floral image is the gorgeous set called FALL FLOWERS from Firecracker Designs By Pamela.


Here are a few more details:
Stamps: Fall Flowers from Firecracker Designs By Pamela, retired French Script by SU, the sentiment is from SU
Cardstock: Peach, Rose, Black, Olive
Accessories: Copic Markers,  Nestibilities, , Dimensionals, Paper Cutter, Swiss Dots, Watercolor paint brush, Black brads Basic Grey


This week, we will be starting school...although I am not feeling ready. I bet my kids feel the same way! lol Thank you for stopping by! Hope you have a FANTASTIC day!!! 


Be Blessed -
Chrissy D

7 comments:

Sally said...

Stunning sympathy card. These are always so hard to make. Love the color scheme.

Terry said...

Sympathy cards are the most difficult to create! Your friend will appreciate the kindness and beauty you captured in this card!

Dawn said...

What a beautiful sympathy card, love that you used color instead of plain colors.
Hope you are feeling better.

bsgstamps4fun: Barb Gault said...

Lovely card, lovely sentiment!

Kristie Maynard said...

What a beautiful card. I'm sure your friend will love it too and it will bring her great comfort. Very nice sentiment!

Lori said...

Wow, this is beautiful! Love how you've done the flower image. Thanks for entering my blog candy-Lori

Cheryl said...

Your card is gorgeous! I love these colors together. I hope you are feeling better.