Wednesday, 28 August 2019

Woodware Into the Woods sympathy card






Hello everyone and welcome to another challenge over at Addicted to Stamps and More. I hope you had a good Bank Holiday weekend if you are in the UK. They reckon it was a record for sunshine and heat, and it certainly felt like it! It was good to catch up with friends and family and I always try to make the most of it because it's the last BH until Christmas. A scary thought!





Anyway, our challenge this time is the ever-popular 'anything goes', so you can pull out anything you fancy and go to town. Sadly, I had need of a sympathy card, so I came up with this one



I blended distress oxide inks and then stamped the Woodware Into the Woods silhouette stamp on top of it. I cut the panel with one of the MFT Blueprints 33 dies.


The stacked die-cut sentiment is from Simpon Says Stamp, and the stamped one is from Clearly Besotted. I finished off by adding splatters in the same colours. I'm sorry the lighting on the photo isn't very good today!


The DT has lots to inspire you over on the blog and I hope you will decide to join us this time.

I'd like to play along at

Try it on Tuesday: in my garden

Die Cuttin' Divas #435 - thinking of you

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge S is for sending sympathy


Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs
Carol x




18 comments:

  1. So pretty! Love the ink blending and the silhouette stamping looks great. Nandini, Paint Paper Scissors

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  2. Beautiful card, pretty colours x

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  3. Beautiful sympathy card, Carol ! I find it so difficult when it comes to making a card for this occasion, I always think grey, black, white. So thanks so much for showing me that pretty blended colours and an ombre can make a perfect sympathy card. I love also the coordinated splatters and sentiment. Have a great day ! xx

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  4. Beautiful card, love the stamp, the colours and the splats!
    Faith x

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  5. Wonderful sympathy card design with such gorgeous colors for the background. It shows off the silhouette images so well.

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  6. Lovely card, though for a sad occasion. I am sorry you had need of it.
    Keep strong
    Ela

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  7. So pretty, Carol! Gorgeous colours for sympathy card, and it shows dark flower silhouette beautifully.

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  8. What beautifully blended colours Carol, perfect for a sympathy card. Love the splatters too xx

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  9. Lack of light is forgiven with the lack of sun today in our neck of the woods - I'm just in Merseyside, not too far from you :-)
    You've used some lovely, bright colours. I like the die cut with the words - that's one of my favourite things.
    Thank you for playing in Try it on Tuesday's 'In My Garden...' challenge.
    Cath x

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  10. So beautiful! Thank you for joining in at Try It On Tuesday! Susi xxx

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  11. So sorry you need a sympathy card, but it is beautiful, Carol. So reflective with the sunset and silhouettes.

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  12. Fabulous blending and stamp carol...lovely card! xx

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  13. The panel is so full of vivid colour, echoed in those delicate splatters - great card design.
    Alison x

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  14. It's beautiful! Thanks so much for playing with us at Die Cuttin Divas. Hope to see you again soon :)

    michelle (Die Cuttin Divas DT)
    Purple Monkey Moments

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  15. This is a beautiful card. I'm sure whomever receives it will know you are thinking of them. Thanks so much for joining us for the Die Cuttin' Divas Thinking of You challenge this week :)

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  16. A lovely card for a sad occasion. I do like the shades of the flower panel
    Thanks for sharing with us at Try it on Tuesday
    Avril x

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  17. Love your layout & the wonderfully blended panel Carol. Hugs, Gwendolyn

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  18. Very pretty is this design with a great blended/shaded panel as the focal image! Love the spatters and large sentiment panel too!

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Carol x

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