Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Scored sympathy

The current challenge at Less is More is "Bring something back"  and I dug out this lovely old Penny Black stamp which I've had for about 10 years. I seldom use it any more because it is wood mounted and I have a rather similar clear stamp which of course is so much easier to position. But it is too lovely to part with, and perfect for sympathy cards.


I stamped it in purple ink and heat embossed with clear powder, then used my Hougie Board to score a double frame around it. The sentiment is stamped with an Anna Griffin stamp and I used a Memory Box die to cut the butterfly.

I am sharing this with

Less is More - Bring something back
Sweet Stampin - Sympathy/Thinking of you
Just us Girls - Purple  

7 comments:

  1. A very effective card. I always find them difficult to tackle. Love Dawn x

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  2. This is stunning, love purple. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  3. Beautiful card, that stamp is great, funny I love my wood mount stamps. Fabulous idea of framing the flowers with the scoring.

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  4. Always a difficult type of card but you've aced this, Jane

    Kathyk

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  5. I can see why you love that stamp. It’s versatile and works beautifully for this pretty sympathy card. Thank you for joining us at Less is More. x

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  6. A truly lovely creation, perfect for our 'Sympathy/Thinking of You' challenge at Sweet Stampin' this week. I LOVE the purple and lovely simple embossing you've used!! Thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous creation with us and come and play again soon. Hugs, Wends xoxo Sweet Stampin' DT

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  7. A really elegant card Jane! That stamp is very beautiful. It's funny how some of our older stamps are perfect for CAS cards, isn't it. I love what you have done with this one.
    Thanks so much for sharing this with us,
    Sharon xx
    Less is More

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