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Today's post for me is hard.
I have just in the past couple of days lost my precious baby nephew, and although I know I will see him again, my heart is aching so much right now. Seeing this card in particular is hard for me, because as I was making it I was thinking this would make a beautiful sympathy card - but didn't have a reason to make one at the time. Unfortunately now, I have the task ahead of me of making what will probably be the hardest sympathy card ever to make.
With that said, I really do love how my card turned out. It is clean with just enough dimension for a bit of interest. There were hundreds (maybe thousands) of people praying for my nephew Roscoe over the past 10 or so months, and so I would like to use today's card as a "thank you" for all those prayers.
Prayer is powerful.Massa Leaf Background and Massa Leaf Outline dies from Poppystamps and is topped off with Solid Caribbean twine from The Twinery.
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The Next Stop:Supplies:
Twine: The Twinery (Solid Caribbean);
Dies: Poppystamps (Massa Leaf Background, Massa Leaf Outline);
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink (Rustic Cream);
Vellum: Papertrey Ink (Stamper's Select Vellum);
Patterned Paper: Heidi Swapp (Hello Today 12x12);
Stickers: My Little Shoebox (Mini Alphabet Stickers - Seaside);
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors); Scor-Pal (Scoring Board);